Buddhism teaches that our desires, whether good or bad, can be the catalyst for tapping into our Buddhability.
Buddhability is a free resource for our growth and happiness.
There’s a reason for the consistent rhythm of chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo. Hint: It contributes to our spiritual well-being.
Chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo is like planting a garden. At first, you water the seeds, not sure if you’re doing it right.
This week, we wanted to check in with everyone who is currently doing the 28 Day Buddhability Journey.
Stormi Grundon of Vincennes, Indiana, learns about chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo from a musician at her local café.
Today we are covering some of the basics of Buddhism for anyone who might be new to chanting or simply wants a refresher.
Allison Rubin, of Baltimore, realizes that her Buddhability journey isn’t only for her but a way she can show up for others.
Advice for anyone who is thinking about doing A 28 Day Buddhability Journey.
Justin Holliday looks back at how chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo helped him find his inner Buddha and see that same potential in his family.