Hello and guidance

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acuriousmind
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Hello and guidance

Postby acuriousmind » Thu Jul 25, 2013 8:59 am

Hello. I am from India. I am here to learn. I am a Hindu but recent years I've started to question a lot (regarding Hinduism) which kind of irritates and also to some extend offends many. I've got answers but they don't satisfy me. I've read about Buddhism but because I wanted to know about it. While reading I found I could relate to Buddhism.At this stage in my life I find myself questioning things, confused about what I am doing with my life but there is something within me that keeps telling me that I am born to so something with my life, something different, but I just don't know what. I do not suffer from illness or depression but I am looking for some guidance to show me the right track and peace of mind. I haven't joined any Buddhist centres as of now. Mainly because I am not even sure if I should, because I find myself that confused. But there is something that keeps telling me that I need to. I am happy to be a part of DharmaWheel and hope to interact with you all.

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Grigoris
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Re: Hello and guidance

Postby Grigoris » Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:21 am

Welcome to Dharma Wheel "acuriousmind"!

Feel free to look around and ask questions. You may not always be happy with the answers. But, hey, that's samsara... :smile:

Do you mind if I ask what tradition/branch of Hinduism you practice?
:namaste:
"My religion is not deceiving myself."
Jetsun Milarepa 1052-1135 CE

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Luke
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Re: Hello and guidance

Postby Luke » Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:49 pm

Welcome aCuriousMind,

I hope you find the answers you're looking for here. It takes courage to think differently than the people around you do.

:buddha1:


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