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Apr 03, 2013 · Over two-thirds of its population, 70%, follows Buddhism as a religion. 4. Bhutan. Bhutan is a small kingdom in the Himalayas with a population of just 800,000. It is a Buddhist country with 75% of the people being Buddhists. The religion of the country is Vajrayana Buddhism which is practiced by most Himalayans. 3. Myanmar
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Oct 12, 2016 · Caroline Contillo in 2012. In her own article, Snow describes how her husband introduced her to Contillo: “Caroline is a Buddhist witch involved with occupy.” On her @spacecrone Twitter account, Contillo described herself as a “Buddhist lesbian climate justice activist and meditation instructor.”. She has frequently referenced this identity on Twitter:
This is an interesting question. But "witchcraft" is a vague term. In Western culture, it often associates with negative meaning. If witchcraft is just a board terminology to cover any practice that's outside common sense and general knowledge, you may say Buddhist texts mentioned about it. Often the text retells the story to forbid such practice.
Dec 04, 2020 · Buddhist Witch Add topic. Post Posted 3rd December 2020, 4:04 PM. Rating: #14338 (In Topic #8707) Skyea. Standard member. I am a witch and I'm also a practicing Buddhist. I'm a witch. I come from a long line of female witches. And I'm also a practicing Buddhist. I'm curious about other's experiences with how the two interact.
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Buddhist Witch. I'm 21, I've been pagan since I was 13. I am a practicing witch and a vegetarian - trying to go vegan. I post mostly things on paganism and Buddhism. I'm super willing to help if i can, and if i can't I'll help you find an answer. :). well love and light. loves. Home;
Dec 27, 2010 · Buddhist Witch (brief explin.) If I had to use a label to attach to myself, I’d go by a Yogic Witch or Buddhist Witch or a Kemetic Buddhist Witch or Pagan… etc. But I don’t like labels much as they cause a whole lot of confusion and when you …
I prefer to find my own path with things. Any religion that has the slightest hint of misogyny will be dismissed immediately in my world, and that includes most of the major ones. In my search, I have found two religions that I have embraced based on a lot of reading, thinking and comparing with my own intuition and the known universe. They are Wicca and Buddhism. The whole religion is about how life equals suffering, and the idea is to learn all the lessons you need to learn as a spiritual being. Nobody is expected to master it. We are all just expected to do our best. Nobody is going to Hell. We are all just trying again until we finish learning. This makes sense to me. We are human to learn and grow, not to be punished just for being what we naturally are. These things are not rules that are there to make people unhappy or that one will be punished for breaking. They are guidelines to follow to further your path to enlightenment and happiness. That makes sense to me. I like Wicca because it is based in nature, and the balance between masculine and feminine is fair. One is not better than the other, and both are needed for the world to work. Physics is just as weird, and nobody really understands that either, so I can take that part in stride. Nature is Divine- respect everything, from plants to animals to elements. Um… care about the planet AND respect life. How could that not be right? Personal responsibility — be responsible for your actions and accept the good or bad consequences that you bring to yourself. Totally logical. Harm None — no harm should intentionally be done to another being. Respect for others beliefs — Here we go! Each person must find their own spiritual path without coercion. Is there another religion that specifically states this? Because it is very important to me that this is part of my own belief system. The main idea of both of these paths is to be aware and responsible for your actions, and to have compassion towards other living beings. The big dilemma for me personally is that while not enough concern for others will generate negative Karma, too much concern for others can be a hindrance and can also bring negativity. The challenge is to balance it. I used to always put everything other people wanted before my own needs. I was doing it because I have been conditioned with the particular events of my own life that my needs are not important, and making other people happy is the only way to hold value. I found myself resenting it, and that makes for bad thoughts and actions, and generates bad Karma, which to me is just bad energy that builds up when you are failing at being a good person for whatever reason. It is logical that bad actions and thoughts bring a bad response. So anyway.. I am a Buddhist Witch. I am going to do my best to follow the rules of being an enlightened person, aligned with nature and respectful of science. I encourage everyone to craft their own path. If you have one already, good for you! If not, find something that makes sense to you,and that holds you accountable without making you feel like a bad person if you mess up. Good luck! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.