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Pannobhasa Bhikkhu talks about "Backwards Logic" and the way people will often only find that which they are looking for.

Paññobhāsa Bhikkhu is a Mahathera (Great Elder) of the Theravada Sangha.

For more information about Paññobhāsa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his site:
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For Paññobhāsa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist-oriented 'blog:
thebahiyablog.blogspot.com

For some of Paññobhāsa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

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Pannobhasa Bhikkhu, Mahathera with a difference (and WHAT a difference!) talks about "Conspiracy" Theories, the Hollow Earth, and Land of the Lost. Also further discussion on the Ogre Attack including Hypnagogia, Lucid Dreams, & Liminal States. Plus: The Hermit who Lived in a Tree, having Shrines dedicated to oneself, and the noted absence of Apple Fritters in Rural Myanmar.

For more information about Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his website: www.nippapanca.org
For Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist oriented 'blog: http://thebahiyablog.blogspot.com/
For some of Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

To help support Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's mission to the Occident: http://www.navakavada.org/

Pannobhasa Bhikkhu, mild mannered monk and Mahathera from Alaska, The Pacific Northwest, Burma and points East, talks about the importance of Masculinity to Men, as well as some reminiscences of a Macho Buddhist...

For more information about Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his website: www.nippapanca.org
For Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist oriented 'blog: http://thebahiyablog.blogspot.com/
For some of Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

To help support Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's mission to the Occident: http://www.navakavada.org/

Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Otto Ex talk about the difficulties Western Buddhists often have in keeping the 5 precepts, the metaphysics of the sneeze, the shape of the Earth, and the all-pervading Australian Conspiracy…

For more information about Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his website: www.nippapanca.org
For Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist oriented 'blog: http://thebahiyablog.blogspot.com/
For some of Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

Pannobhasa Bhikkhu, mild-mannered Mahathera and Dhamma Howitzer, talks with Otto Excelsior of Navakavada.org about the difference between the Realities of Evolution and Biology as opposed to the wishful thinking of Left-wing ideologues.

For more information about Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his website: www.nippapanca.org
For Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist oriented 'blog: http://thebahiyablog.blogspot.com/
For some of Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

Pannobhasa Bhikkhu, the original Dhamma Howitzer, talks about Buddhism today and the unique challenges to spiritual practice created by Political Correctness and the current emphasis on the Heart over the Head, as well as other things....

For more information about Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his website: www.nippapanca.org
For Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist oriented 'blog: http://thebahiyablog.blogspot.com/
For some of Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

Pannobhasa Bhikkhu, mild mannered Mahathera of the Theravadin Sangha, describes his encounter with "Ogres" in Burma.

For more information about Pannobhasa Bhikkhu and Buddhism, check out his website: www.nippapanca.org
For Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's thoughts on Buddhism, check out his more Buddhist oriented 'blog: http://thebahiyablog.blogspot.com/
For some of Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's controversial writings on current events, politics and the Kulturkampf, check out his Politically Incorrect 'blog:
politicallyincorrectdharma.blogspot.com

To help support Pannobhasa Bhikkhu's mission to the Occident: http://www.navakavada.org/

Tao Teh Ching - Chapter 22
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A talk about rules (or the lack thereof) for those on the path of enlightenment, as well as the nature of Charisma and the value of a Boss. Peace!
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This video is a talk about "Weekend Buddhism" and it's limitations. It's kinda crude, my first attempt at talking about Buddhism here, but it was done with the best of intentions. Peace!

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We don't follow the herd. We ignore the narrative of the Main Steam Media.

We are sometimes heretical, sometimes non-conformist. We question authority: ALL the authorities, especially the ones you aren't supposed to question!

The problem is this: Western Buddhism is often more leftist politics and progressivism than actual Buddhism.

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