Buddhism 2.0 (ebook)

Buddhism 2.0 (ebook)

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Even thought the universal truths presented by Buddhism are immortal and will remain as such for many centuries to come, even thousands of years, they have been interpreted in different ways and by different groups.

Title Buddhism 2.0 (ebook)
Author Robin Sacredfire
Type ebook

Even thought the universal truths presented by Buddhism are immortal and will remain as such for many centuries to come, even thousands of years, they have been interpreted in different ways and by different groups.

Today, however, many Buddhists seek for a more practical application of such principles, by transforming them into laws that can be practiced in a daily basis and in any context, namely, in our relation with others and with our ambitions. In this sense, this book reveals a path to enlightenment as being immersed in the material world of illusions, rather that segregated from it and neglecting it.

This new slant on Buddhism represents, in such a challenging way, a demonstration about how anyone can practice this life philosophy in any context and by following the same principles described by the first practitioners of Buddhism.

  1. The Meaning of Achieving Nirvana
  2. The Signs of Death
  3. The Vicissitudes in the Kingdom of Earth
  4. The Spiritual Layers of a Buddha
  5. The Games We Play with Karma
  6. The State of Oneness

The Meaning of Achieving Nirvana
  Once one understands the meaning of the illusion in the planetary plane, he will be able to see how it functions and, in doing so, release himself from the boundaries set by the same illusion. When this occurs, one can reincarnate in planets where life is more joyful and less restricted than on Earth. In those higher planes of existence, existence isn’t forgotten and one gains a better sense of immortality, for he can remember past lives easily and as if it was all part of one and the same time-track.
  For these reasons, it’s foolish to feel pride in being human. The arrogance of humanity is what restricts people from ascending to higher worlds. However, the lowest level of the human condition is found in ignorance and evilness. In this level, the mind is less capable of discerning illusions and dualities. And so, evilness increases the potential for ignorance and vice-versa, which lowers the spiritual condition of the being, eventually leading him to be reborn in a world where suffering is more abundant and common. [...]

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