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Although there are conflicting dates as to when they met ( some sources state that they met in January 1989 at the Satyricon nightclub ), Love stated that the two first encountered one another in January 1988 at a Dharma Bums show where she was doing a spoken word performance, and Erlandson stated that both he and Love were formally introduced to Cobain in a parking lot after a Butthole Surfers concert at the Hollywood Paladium in 1991.
On death, the soul of the person he brought before " Lord of Dharma " are these account are read out as recoded in this quote: " Day and night are the two nurses, in whose lap all the world is at play.
The Dharma at Big Sur ( 2003 ): A piece for solo electric six-string violin and orchestra.
2003's The Dharma at Big Sur / My Father Knew Charles Ives was well-received, particularly at Adams's alma mater's publication, the Harvard Crimson.
* ( 2003 ) The Dharma at Big Sur
During this period, Gandhi claimed to be a " highly orthodox Hindu " and in January 1921 during a speech at a temple in Vadtal, he spoke of the relevance of non-cooperation to Hindu Dharma, " At this holy place, I declare, if you want to protect your ' Hindu Dharma ', non-cooperation is first as well as the last lesson you must learn up.
Setting out to declare his own teachings of Buddhism, Nichiren started at the age of 32 by denouncing all Mahayana schools of his time and by declaring the correct teaching as the Universal Dharma ( Nam-Myōhō-Renge-Kyō ) and chanting as the only path for personal and social salvation.
Retrieved 2008-02-16 from " Buddha Dharma Education Association " at http :// www. buddhanet. net / pdf_file / vandana02. pdf.
On May 1, 1966 at Từ Hiếu Temple, Thich Nhat Hanh received the " lamp transmission ", making him a Dharmacharya or Dharma Teacher, from Master Chân Thật.
Tibetan king Khri srong lde btsan ( 742 – 797 ) invited the Chan master Mo Ho Yen ( 和尚摩訶衍 ) ( whose name consists of the same Chinese characters used to transliterate “ Mahayana ”) ( Tibetan: Hwa shang Mahayana ) to transmit the Dharma at Samye Monastery.
Vajrayana Buddhism was established in Tibet in the 8th century when Śāntarakṣita was brought to Tibet from India at the instigation of the Dharma King Trisong Detsen, some time before 767.
His Holiness ' principal seat in exile is the Dharma Chakra Centre at Rumtek Monastery in Sikkim, India.
The origins of the Tangut Chan can be also traced deeper, than it was previously believed: information on Bao-tang Wu-zhu ( 保唐无住720 ~ 794 ) travels in North-Western China from the Notes on Transmitting the Dharma Treasure through Generations implies that at the period of 760's some sort of Buddhism was spread in the region of Helanshan, where the Tangut were already residing.
Since, moreover, Dharma was made the central subject of a literary tradition which was to become vast and extensive throughout India, while the conception of Ṛta remained largely confined to the Vedas and their commentaries, it naturally took possession of brāhmaṇical thinking even at the expense of older, exalted concepts and conceptions.
On Dharma Raja's death in 1798, Balarama Varma ( 1798 – 1810 ) took over crown at the age of sixteen.
He began speaking in public at the annual Sarva Dharma Sammelan ( Meeting of all faiths ) held at Jabalpur, organised by the Taranpanthi Jain community into which he was born, and participated there from 1951 to 1968.
Dōgen had received Dharma transmission from Tiantong Rujing at Qìngdé Temple, where Hongzhi Zhengjue once was abbot.
Mirroring the life of Shakyamuni Buddha, the young prince is depicted as having a natural capacity for swift learning in multiple fields and the practice of Dharma at a young age.
* Jack Kerouac's " The Dharma Bums " contains the passage: " Pretty soon we headed into another siding at a small railroad town and I figured I needed a poor-boy of Tokay wine to complete the cold dusk run to Santa Barbara.

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** The Dharma at Big Sur ( 2003 )
* " The Dharma at Big Sur ," Tracy Silverman ( electric violin ), Los Angeles Philharmonic ( October 24, 2003 )
** The Dharma at Big Sur, for electric violin and orchestra, inspired by the talents of ( and written for ) electric violinist Tracy Silverman.
Icon also has evidence that Dharma had been involved in the ' Big Bang ', a riot which, due to altered tear gas, ended with dozens of fatalities and superpowers granted to the survivors.
* Contemporary Composer of the Year — John Adams — The Dharma at Big Sur / My Father knew Charles Ives
In addition, she has made appearances in episodes of such shows as The Love Boat, Hill Street Blues, Married ... with Children, L. A. Law, Suddenly Susan, Dharma & Greg, ER, Days of our Lives, Malcolm in the Middle, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Desperate Housewives, Ghost Whisperer, Benson, The Big Bang Theory, Good Times, Dexter, Two and a Half Men, Southland, Criminal Minds and several other series.
She appeared in episodes of the television series ' Charmed, The Evidence, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Dharma & Greg and Tru Calling.

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# Luminous: The third bhūmi is named " luminous ", because, for a bodhisattva who accomplishes this bhūmi, the light of Dharma is said to radiate for others from the bodhisattva.
In the Mahayana Mahaparinirvana Sutra, the Buddha insists that while pondering upon Dharma is vital, one must then relinquish fixation on words and letters, as these are utterly divorced from liberation and the Buddha-nature.
Dharma states that there are guidelines or rules that must be obeyed varying from place to place.
Also, Dharma is invoked by Kunti and she begets her eldest son Yudhisthira from him.
It could be concluded from an emanationism point of view, that all actions and creations by a deity are simply flows of divine energy ( the flowing Tao in conjunction with qi is often seen as a river ; Dharma ( Buddhism ) the law of nature discovered by Buddha has no beginning or end.
This is different from Abrahamic sin in the sense that pāpa is not a crime against the will of God, but against ( 1 ) Dharma, or moral order, and ( 2 ) one's own self.
Dharma, Artha and Kama are aims of everyday life, while Moksha is release from the cycle of death and rebirth.
Together these principles are regarded as the fundamental nature of the cosmos, the criterion for differentiating right from wrong, and are held to be the highest manifestation of the Tao, or Buddhist Dharma.
At one point, owing to this disenchantment, Dōgen even refused Dharma transmission from a teacher.
In 1227, Dōgen received Dharma transmission and inka from Rujing, and remarked on how he had finally settled his " life's quest of the great matter ".
This shift of emphasis from Ṛta as a metaphysical principle governing action in the universe to Dharma as the codex of social and ritual ordinances thought to uphold Ṛta had a considerable impact upon the later development of the religion under the guidance of the Brahmin priesthood.
As the notion of Dharma shifted emphasis away from the gods as executors of Ṛta and towards the individual as upholding Ṛta thought his actions, the ethical responsibility and culpability of the individual received an increasing amount of emphasis towards the end of the Vedic period.
In Nichiren Shoshu, the Three Treasures are the Buddha ( butsu: he who reveals the Law ), the Law ( hō: Dharma or " body of teachings "), and the Priesthood ( sō: he who receives from the Buddha, maintains the purity of, and transmits the Law ).
Bridgeport plays a small role in the novel The Dharma Bums ( 1958 ) by Jack Kerouac ; it is the place from where the main characters Ray Smith, Japhy Ryder and Henry Morley start their climb to the nearby Matterhorn Peak.
The concept of ' Sarva Dharma Sambhava ' is somewhat different from European secularism, which is independent of religion ... We may say that the Indian concept of secularism is that of Sarva Dharma Sambhava ... Sarva Dharma Sambhava is not against any religion.
Many streams of thought flow from the six Vedic / Hindu schools, Bhakti sects and Tantra Agamic schools into the one ocean of Hinduism, the first of the Dharma religions.
During the reign of Dharma Raja, Marthanda Varma's successor, Tipu Sultan, the de facto ruler of Kingdom of Mysore and the son of Hyder Ali attacked Travancore as a part of the Mysorean invasion of Kerala ; this lead to the famous Third Anglo-Mysore War, as Travancore had already allied with the British to seek protection from the potent assault from Tippu.

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