Well, if that’s the case, I’d like to suggest something you may not have thought about: a Buddhist. And as you’re about to find out, they make wonderful partners…SEE ALSO: True Buddhists surround themselves with people that lift them up and inspire them to be their best.Buddhism is a "wisdom tradition," meaning that it is based on the realizations or insights of the historical Buddha and that it holds that all suffering and even the suffering of death are related to a failure of wisdom.
The debaters are seeking to understand the nature of reality through careful analysis of the state of existence of ordinary phenomena, the basis of reality.literally means "warp and woof" or "continuation" and refers to non-duality, interwovenness, or oneness through the union of opposites. Buddha is said to have transmitted Tantric teachings to his disciples.Tantra is an ancient, esoteric Indian spiritual tradition, common to both Hinduism and Buddhism, dating back to before the time of Christ--and even the Buddha, who lived in the sixth century B. Both Hindu and Buddhist Tantric traditions emphasize the cultivation of enlightened consciousness, divine oneness, and the burning off of blockages and defilements that cover and inhibit the inner radiance of our own original nature or innate state of perfection.Now one of the most influential and vibrant women teachers, Khandro Rinpoche travels tirelessly between her late father's monastery and her own two nunneries in India, her American headquarters, Lotus Garden, in the Shenandoah Mountains in Virginia, and an ever-increasing number of Buddhist communities.In addition to receiving the traditional training usually reserved for male teachers, she also studied journalism, business management, homeopathy and sciences.