Thursday, August 24, 2006

Yogic Meditations and a Happy Return

The methods and understandings of the yoga are frequently preferred as a meditative approach, especially by the more discursive thinkers. Santosha offers many resources to start exploring and even feature some Buddhist sutras in their philosophy section. It's even combined with retail.

PJ, the original founder of the club, will be posting on this site in future. Our combined efforts should be able to churn out something remotely readable. Naturally, we encourage your questions, comments, and points of discussion.

Monday, August 21, 2006

Online Buddhist Library

Buddhanet (link in sidebar) offers quite an instructive library, branching out in numerous directions from the esoteric fractions to history and art. Here´s their library index zipped in microsoft word format.

Saturday, August 19, 2006

The Essentials of Buddhism

Here's a very straightforward site to introduce some aspects of the Buddhist practice and, more importantly, to help you begin questioning.

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Saturday, August 12, 2006


Welcome to the .:buddhism club:. weblog where we'll be hosting contents of our meetings, references to related materials and resources, and news of upcoming events.

This club serves as a medium for the discussion and practice of a varied set of meditational skills mostly, but not exclusively, drawn from the Buddhistic tradition. The emphasis is on technique and practice rather than adorning historical or philosophical elements. Naturally and happily, this limits our scope to styles that may be intuitively grasped without too much fore-knowledge of their origins.

There is no fixed syllabus to the club's progress as it is largely up to the members' input and preferences. So if you have experience in meditative techniques or if you're willing to learn we hope to see you in one of our meetings in the Interfaith House.