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AVATAMSAKA WORLD FOUNDATION
In order to prepare our young generations as future leaders of their respective nations, the Avatamsaka World Foundation exists for the sole purpose of educating all children and youths in secular and Buddha Dharma knowledge, Christianity and other pagan and/or native spiritual traditions and practices.
Ours is an assistive and educational congregation of conscientious and compassionate people around the world in all walks of life with a passion to enlighten, highlight, and discuss matters of urgency related to our generation of young people living in a world of hunger, turmoil, conflicts, and regional displacements. Scientific advancement in technology has eroded humanity to its very core. Science in and of itself is neither good or bad. It is a tool which depends on its user to make good of it. We believe that our only choice is not to further develop the market economy and consumerism but to immediate halt all pilferage, plunders, squanders, exploitation, and wars over all natural resources. As well, we have no choice but to accept all people, traditions, cultures, languages, race, creeds, religions, and perspectives in order to avoid all conflicts at all costs. We welcome other world organisations, fund sponsors, benefactors, subscribers, contributors who support our cause to join us either through financial contributions or otherwise volunteering on our virtuous path towards world peace.
The AWF will offer children and youths the opportunity to learn the English, Chinese (both Cantonese and Mandarin), computer and communication skills, arts & crafts, homemaking, cooking and gardening, permaculture design certificate training & practices, photography, philosophy, and other social sciences and humanities, in addition to a core program in the comparative studies of Buddha Dharma, Judaic Christianity (both Catholic and Protestant), Bahia, Islam, and other pagan and/or native spiritual traditions and practices. Our attitude toward all religions and spiritual practices is all inclusive. We make no judgment, none at all.
The Avatamsaka World Foundation is unique in their support of persons with disabilities. We encourage children and youths living with physical and/or mental disabilities to join us.
Venerable Master Sakya M. Longyen is a victim of the psychiatry industry and has been living with mental illness since 21. He has overcome all obstacles, he has stumbled and fell, he has picked himself up all by himself, and has now stood up tall, proud, like a man in the face of stigmatization and discrimination surrounding mental health. He is a standing member of the Canadian Mental Health Association of British Columbia and has been trained and certified by Strength-in-Unity to bring attention to stigma surrounding and resolving issues of mental illness and the malpractices of the psychiatry industry.
Find the truth. Be the change.
From the Founder and Abbot of Avatamsaka Buddhist Monastery of Canada
Ven. Sakya M. Longyen
Have a nice life!
By Venerable M. Longyen Sakya
Avatamsaka Buddhist Monastery of Canada
LET IT BE KNOWN THAT ON THIS DAY,
The Venerable Longyen Sakya did hereby coin the new form of Buddhist greetings.
The Venerable says, “Just say, “Buddha Be!” to each other. “
SO LET IT BE WRITTEN.
SO LET IT BE DONE.
Nature of the Dharma
By Sakya M. Longyen
Avatamsaka Monastery of Canada
The Avatamsaka Sutra states that the nature of the dharma exists pervasively everywhere, in all sentient beings, in all lands, and which exists in the past, the present, and the future with nothing less, and there are no forms to be found, and thus all dharma is me, and as soon as I am mindful of my nature, the one being mindful of has attained Enlightenment.
As God is Alpha and Omega, so is Avatamsaka. The Mahavaipulya Buddhaavatamsaka Sutra is the first Holy Scripture spoken by Buddha to all sentient beings in worlds in the ten directions, leading them eventually to the Pure Buddhaland of Amitabha Buddha by following the footsteps of Mahabodhisattva Samantabhadra (aka the Hindu Godhead Lord Shiva).
In the Avatamsaka world, there is no distinction between energy and matter, light and darkness, Yin and Yang, male and female, black and white, right and wrong, friends and foes.
Your foes are your saviours. They have acted wrongly against you in order that your own karmic debts are cleared.
It is my sincere hope that everyone understands this truth and peace shall be on earth, and Peace Shall Be On Earth.
God bless you all.
大哉華嚴 不二法門 大而無外 小而無內
大即是小 小即是大 大小無礙 一也
是以佛佛相應 心心感召 悲智雙運 法界無礙
心佛眾生 等無差別 十法界不離一念心
佛言: 凡所有相 皆屬虛妄 如露亦如電 應作如是觀
然則萬法唯心造 世人妄作真 故有自然三塗 無量苦惱 五惡五痛五燒 苦不堪言.
隆嚴稽首 頂禮佛足 繞佛三匝 而白佛言
正念止觀諸通明力 如法調伏諸眾生力 如是等力 能除一切三毒之苦
南無阿彌多婆夜 哆他伽多夜 哆地夜他 阿彌利都婆毗 阿彌利哆 悉耽婆毗 阿彌唎哆 毗迦蘭帝 阿彌唎哆 毗迦蘭多 伽彌膩 伽伽那 枳多伽利娑婆訶
離婆離婆帝 求訶求訶帝 陀羅尼帝 尼訶囉帝 毗黎你帝 摩訶伽帝 真陵乾帝 娑婆訶
南無喝囉怛那哆囉夜耶 佉囉佉囉 俱住俱住 摩囉摩囉 虎囉吽 賀賀 蘇怛拏 吽 潑抹拏 娑婆訶
Phone from within Canada: Canada +1 (778) 938-9945
In and of Life, only this moment is true. When the conditions that make up this very moment is gone, life becomes an illusion. So at each and every moment, we have to live seriously; for each and every thing we do, we must do so seriously; and for each and every person we meet, we must treat them seriously because “conditions come and go and when they are gone, illusions set in and the truth is no more.” Do not let yourself regret what is deemed to be too late. Time passed is past, and we can only look to the future. The most precious and the very thing we need to cherish is this very moment — Life is a serious of kSaNa (in Sanskrit (क्षण ), and the meaning of life is to make every single moment count.
THE SHIFTING REALITY
By Venerable Sakya M. Longyen
Avatamsaka Monastery of Canada
Let’s cast a sidelong glance on the unpleasantness of or in life, still breathing; then with loving-kindness pull yourself back to the anchor of meditation, your home base, your breathing.
Take one breath at a time and ask yourself how did that breathe feel like.
Hmm! That feet so good!
Now focus about 75% of your attention on that part of your body or mind where you are feeling good and cast a sidelong glance at the unpleasant emotion or sensation that you are also feeling.
You are exploring your mind through meditation.
See that we have more positive power than the negative and the pain.
This is a healing process.
Everybody suffers in their own ways.
You’re not the only one.
Being aware, be kind to others, to your enemies, or to yourself.
Recite the following:
May I be kind to all beings, in all directions!
May the suffering suffer no more!
May the fear stricken have no fear!
May there be everlasting peace on earth!
May you and I and everyone else be happy, at ease with ourselves, and grow spiritually old together every day.