No Castes. . .
The Buddha was born into a society that knew the caste system. For Buddhists, the caste system is an example of discrimination and is something that they do not support.
Buddha Waves. . .
Buddha was a spiritual teacher in Nepal during the 6th century B.C. whose teachings became the foundation for the Buddhist religion. One of the most influential spiritual leaders of all time, Buddha (born with the name Siddhartha Gautama), was a philosopher who spoke extensively about peace, life, love, happiness, and death. The name Buddha itself means “one who is awakened” or “the enlightened one,” which says a lot about what he taught others.
Phobias. . .
Almost everyone has an irrational fear or two—of spiders, for example, or your annual dental checkup. For most people, these fears are minor. But when fears become so severe that they cause tremendous anxiety and interfere with your normal life, they’re called phobias.
Sleep. . .
Your body’s natural daily rhythms are regulated by structures in the brain that help determine when you fall asleep and wake up. People progress through a series of distinct physiological stages during sleep. The Buddha understood and taught the importance of rest.Read More