Way of Bodhi - a place for exploring the wisdom teachings and meditations of the Buddha. Revitalising Buddhism in India.

Let us take a journey beyond religion -
By waking up to the way of bodhi!
Let that warmth of bodhi melt the borders,
Let us walk together in that wisdom expanse!
Learning from the wisdom culture of Buddhism
To live a life of mindfulness, reason and compassion.
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HH Penor Rinpoche

The Play of Wisdom

Homage to HH Penor Rinpoche In you I came to see the living Buddha, O, gentle and loving, the boundless ...

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Acharya Nagarjuna – the Second Buddha

A World-renowned Philosopher and Rationalist from Ancient India Acharya Nagarjuna who lived in South India in the 2nd Century AD ...

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Freedom and Bondage

The Genuine Freedom – What it Takes to be a Freethinker?

All of us make hues and cries about freedom. We talk about being a freethinker, wanting “freedom of expression”, “freedom ...

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Living in Spacious Awareness

The Essence of the Buddhist Practice What is the Essence of Buddhist Practice? The Buddha taught how to open the ...

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Buddhism – a Path beyond Religion

Buddhism is a journey beyond religion – a deepening awareness into our own nature relying on reason and direct seeing, ...

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Behind that Strength

Reflections on the Dichotomised View on Buddhism in India   Along with the demise of Buddhism in India, its birthplace, ...

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Sreemoolavasam – an Ancient Buddhist Monastery in Kerala

This is a replica painting of the famed statue of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara (Lokesvara / Lokanatha) at Sreemoolavasam Mahayana Buddhist Monastery ...

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The power of compassion

Existence is Absurd without Compassion

Reaching out to all beings, I performed virtues and thus honored the Buddhas. Firmly abiding only in the benefit of ...

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Bodhidharma

Bodhidharma – a Trilogy on his Life and Teachings

A biographical sketch along with the essential teachings of Bodhidharma. Bodhidharma, often taught through his silence. At other times, he ...

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The Wild Leaps of Awakening – Bodhidharma and Martial Arts

In this final part of the trilogy on Bodhidharma, we shall look into the pivotal role played by Bodhidharma in ...

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Bodhidharma Teachings

Breaking the Silence – The Teachings of Bodhidharma

In this second part of the trilogy on Bodhidharma, let us go deeper into his teachings, including the two methods ...

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The Three VAisakha Full Moons

The Three Full Moons

A pleasant full moon day of the Vaisakha month, The groves of Lumbini were in full blossom. Fragrance spread far ...

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Poetry


The Three VAisakha Full Moons

The Three Full Moons

A pleasant full moon day of the Vaisakha month, The groves of Lumbini were in full blossom. Fragrance spread far ...

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The Lake-born Vajra – Guru Padmasambhava

Verses of homage to Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche), also known as the Lake-born Vajra (Saroruha-vajra), the Lotus-born (Padmākara), etc. O ...

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oyous Explosion of Emptiness

The Joyous Explosion

  Prajna (wisdom), śīla (self-discipline), samādhi (settled clarity) Are the essence of the noble eightfold path. With prajña discerning right ...

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Teachings of Masters


Thirty-Seven Verses on the Practice of a Bodhisattva

by Gyalse Ngulchu Thogme Zangpo A Translation from Tibetan In his profound and beautiful guidebook, named ‘Gyalse Laglen’ (Thirty Seven ...

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In Praise of Worshipping Sentient Beings – Sattvaradhana Stavam

सत्त्वाराधन स्तवं Sattvārādhana stavam Composed in Sanskrit poetry by Acharya Nagarjuna based on the words of the Buddha (metre: Verses ...

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Bodhi Leaves


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“Do not make a division in meditation between perception and field of perception. Do not become like a cat watching a mouse. Realize that the purpose of meditation is not to go “deeply into ourselves” or withdraw from the world. Practice should be free and non-conceptual, unconstrained by introspection and concentration.”

- Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche in Dzogchen Practice in Everyday Life

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