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Venerable Huifeng, originally from New Zealand, received full ordination in 2004. He obtained his PhD degree at the University of Hong Kong
Presently he is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Buddhist Studies, Fo Guang University in Taiwan, with academic focus on Indian Buddhism, in particular early Mahayana sutra and sastra, translation and hermeneutics, and practices of contemporary Taiwanese Buddhism.
Yup folks, from none other than our own in house Venerable member on Dharma Wheel on Know Mind. Cultivate Mind: Buddhist Psychology
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Very interesting. Thanks to Ven Huifeng. And to plwk for posting it.
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Hehe, thanks for that -- though I'm not going to watch it! haha!
I didn't know that they'd put it up on Youtube already.
This was at Hsi Lai Temple, Los Angeles, the Sunday before last.
This particular topic is something I've already done several times before, though.
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Mind and mental events are concepts, mere postulations within the three realms of samsara Longchenpa .... A link to my Garden, Art and Foodie blog Scratch Living
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