Brian

  • Reading this thread was very helpful and informative. I appreciate Ananda’s insights and Kim’s honest questions. I downloaded a counter app on my iPhone to log the # of malas I recite now.

  • For right now I do some formal chanting of Namu Amida Bu in the evening after work on mala beads. During the day I informally mentally or silently repeat the Nembutsu to myself while commuting or at work. I am currently reading the NienFo Book and seeing how I can incorporate it into my formal practice. I am also trying to get up earlier in the…[Read more]

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  • Brian started the topic Greetings from Florida! in the forum Introductions 1 month ago

    Hello Sangha, My name is Brian. I’m glad I’ve made my way here to this forum where I can share and learn about the Pureland Dharma.

     

    I was raised in an irreligious and secular household. I found Tibetan Buddhism in secondary school. I practiced in the Nyingma lineage with Khenchen Palden Sherab Rinpoche as my teacher for many years until his…[Read more]

  • Brian posted a new activity comment 1 month ago

    I went to university for several years in Orlando Florida and there are 2 Chinese Pureland Buddhist organizations there. Prior to that I studied under Khenchen Palden Sherab Rinpoche for a few years while in secondary school.

    Since leaving my studies I’ve been practicing on my own and reading a lot of Shin Buddhist material online from Paul R…[Read more]

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    • Welcome, Brian! How did you encounter Pureland Buddhism?

      • Brian replied 1 month ago

        I went to university for several years in Orlando Florida and there are 2 Chinese Pureland Buddhist organizations there. Prior to that I studied under Khenchen Palden Sherab Rinpoche for a few years while in secondary school.

        Since leaving my studies I’ve been practicing on my own and reading a lot of Shin Buddhist material online from Paul R…[Read more]

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