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    Helping to “Spread the Dharma” is the mission of Buddha Weekly.

    The timeless wisdom of Buddha, who taught the Dharma more than 2500 years ago, remains increasingly relevant and important today.

     

    Gautama Buddha taught the path to Enlightenment, attainable by all beings. His words are a living, meaningful Dharma, precious and sacred teachings, and self-empowerment that remain practical today.

    Buddha revealed the true nature of reality, centuries before science began to unravel the same mysteries. Buddha taught self-help centuries before it was re-embraced in our times. Buddha taught us how to empower ourselves, save ourselves, help ourselves. He taught us the Eightfold Path, a simple method to perfect our own wisdom and compassion.

    Buddha Weekly’s mission is to preserve and spread the Dharma — Buddha Dharma. Publishing since 2007, Buddha Weekly now reaches out with a wide archive of Dharma information online, at BuddhaWeekly.com, together with a newer YouTube channel and a new Podcast format and books in hardcover and softcover for 2021.

    Buddha Weekly covers all aspects of Buddhism, from meditation to sacred sutras:

    • Our most popular content is teacher-guided meditations and visualizations.

    • Another popular series is the Scientific Buddhist. These features demonstrate how advanced Buddha’s teachings were — even in the context of modern science.

    • Another popular series is the Scientific Buddhist. These features demonstrate how advanced Buddha’s teachings were — even in the context of modern science.

    • Sutra series, covering major sutras and some of the lesser-known sutras from the 80,000 teachings recorded.

    • Buddhist “living” topics from the current teachers, such as: Dealing with Anger, Healing and Health, meditation topics, motivation, memory loss.

    • Jataka Tales stories, narrated and animated for all ages.

    • Many of Buddha’s teachings on the “turning points” in life: loss of loved ones, loss of pets, overcoming obstacles, and many others.

    • We also cover Buddhist teachings from all schools of Buddhism, Theravada, or the Way of the Elders, Mahayana, or the Great Vehicle — including Zen and Chan — and Vajrayana, the Lightning Path.     

    • Our popular series, “In Buddhas Words” — where we quote genuine words of the Buddha and cite their sources.

    • Mantra chanting videos for meditation.

    We invite you to discover the Buddha’s wisdom, with new content daily on multiple Buddha Weekly media platforms.

    Don’t miss new content! Please subscribe to our entertaining YouTube channel with dozens of videos, and new videos each week.

    We invite you to visit our massive archive of Dharma features at BuddhaWeekly.com, accessible in multiple languages. Subscribe to our free, emailed weekly ezine found at BuddhaWeekly.com slash subscribe.

    Please join our new Podcast, aptly named Spread the Dharma, with our Editor Lee Kane.

    Watch for the Dharma books on Amazon. For information on the podcasts, visit the website www.spreadthedharma.com.

    Meet the living teachers of Buddhism in interviews, videos and podcasts.

    Please consider supporting us on Patreon, as a supporting patron — just because you support our mission of “Spread the Dharma.” Patrons also will find exclusive content on Patreon, at: https://Patreon.com/BuddhaWeekly

    Or, join us as an “Early access and Podcast” Patron for early access to most content, and patron-only editing imput and voting power, plus exclusive podcasts. You’ll not only participate in the mission of “Spread the Dharma” you’ll add your important voice.

    For our Karma-Yoga Patrons who go above and beyond, enthusiastically embracing the mission “Spread the Dharma”, you’ll receive a complimentary Ebook copy of any of one of our books each year, and Karma Yoga patron shout-outs.

    Buddha Weekly began, and remains, a free platform for sharing Dharma — vetted and cited by experts. Our platforms have evolved, but our mission remains — Spread the Dharma.

    Please join us on the noble Buddha Dharma mission.

    Buddha Weekly — helping to Spread the Dharma!

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    The power of Dharma to help sentient beings, in part, lies in ensuring access to Buddha’s precious Dharma — the mission of Buddha Weekly. We can’t do it without you!

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    Lee Kane

    Author | Buddha Weekly

    Lee Kane is the editor of Buddha Weekly, since 2007. His main focuses as a writer are mindfulness techniques, meditation, Dharma and Sutra commentaries, Buddhist practices, international perspectives and traditions, Vajrayana, Mahayana, Zen. He also covers various events.
    Lee also contributes as a writer to various other online magazines and blogs.

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