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  Wheel of life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Dharma wheel or the Ashoka Chakra as in the Flag of India.
For instance, the second wheel of Dharma was said to be the Abhidharma, whereas the third wheel of Dharma were the Mahayana Perfection of Wisdom Sutras, and the fourth wheel of Dharma were the Yogacarya or Cittamatrin sutras that taught the Tathagathagharba.
The wheel of life is one of the eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wheel_of_life   (1179 words)

 Wheel of Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Stating with the bardo and the entrance of the bardo consciousness into the womb, going through your whole life and ending with your death, and again your entrance into the bardo" including the stages of the process for a fetus in the womb of its mother.
The new life is determined by the fruits of the old and is attracted to the parents accordingly, in order to be born.
The Wheel is a depiction of existence with all its conditions and circumstances that is generally called samsara (or sangsara) -- the unsatisfactory cycle of death and rebirth that can continue endlessly unless we work to change that situation.
www.khandro.net /doctrine_rebirth.htm   (1729 words)

 The Wheel of Life - Aesthetics of Suffering and Salvation
Thus was born the esoteric image known as 'The Wheel of Life.' This diagram serves as a powerful inspiration to spiritual aspirants and is painted to the left of all Tibetan monasteries, offering an opportunity to both monks and pilgrims alike, to look deeply into their own inner beings.
In the realm of the animals, life is the life of the body.
The outermost concentric ring of the Wheel of Life is divided into twelve units, each depicting a phase of the peculiar cycle of cause and effect which keeps one trapped in the six realms of cyclic existence mentioned above.
www.exoticindiaart.com /article/wheeloflife   (2618 words)

 The Pagan's Path ~ Witchcraft & Shamanism - The Wheel Of Life
We are set upon the wheel at birth and continually move forward learning lessons and testing ourselves for spiritual development and enlightenment.
For instance, casting a wheel to help with a healing ceremony would best be done with the focus on the northern section of the wheel.
The beginning is symbolized by the placement of the birth totems upon the wheel.
www.paganspath.com /magik/wheel.htm   (1329 words)

 Wheel Of Life 1:The emotions of change
This is a brief version of the Wheel of Life It is a model for understanding the emotions of organizational change.
The Wheel of Life was often carved in the stone walls of cathedrals.
The wheel continues its movement and at the bottom of the wheel the individual is now nude and is being pulled along through the muck and mire of life.
www.lessons4living.com /wheel_of_life1.htm   (631 words)

 Wheel of Life
The Lord of Death, Yama, turns the Wheel of Life, holding it firmly in the clutches of his teeth and claws.
This is depicted on the wheel by a man (or monkey) picking fruit (object of desire) from a tree.
On the Wheel, the senses are represented by a large, empty house.
www.angelfire.com /yt/fairtibet/whexpl.html   (1156 words)

 The Buddhist Wheel of Life
The Wheel of Life is dedicated to all animated beings who have not yet attained the first step of spiritual liberation (Nirvana).
The Wheel of Life describes the cause of all evil and its effects, mirrored in earthly phenomena just as it is experienced by every man from the cradle to the grave.
This socalled fate is demonstrated by the Lord of Dead, who like a monsterholds the Wheel of Life in his claws; he is a symbol of the transitory nature of all earthly phenomena.
www2.bremen.de /info/nepal/Gallery-2/Wheel/Wheel-Expl.htm   (1226 words)

 The Medicine Wheel - Sacred life force energy within the void
The Medicine Wheel is a powerful metaphor for the totality of life.
It is in the center of the medicine wheel that we find the void, fl hole, sacred zero, the chaos at the source of creation, containing all possibilities.
Life could not exist without the sexual life-force energy of the void, which is the catalyst for all the powers that are found within the 360 degrees of the medicine wheel.
www.thewildrose.net /direction.htm   (354 words)

 Wheel of Life
The Wheel is a metaphor for all cycles: a lifetime, a year, a moon cycle, or a day.
It is the Centre and the circumference of the Wheel.
The Northern Quarter of the Wheel is associated with the Season of Winter, the dead time of the Year, but also the time of rebirth.
www.firetree.net /wheel/hub.html   (748 words)

 Wheel of Life
The wheel of life is a simple tool that is designed to let you evaluate your life and quickly communicate your perceived status in all the major areas of your life
The wheel of life looks so simplistic that it can't have an impact, but I have found the impact to be profound and deep, because it has made me realise that my feeling of general malaise can be overcome and now I know which parts of my life to change to do this.
Of course the wheel of life has its detractors too example and is no substitute for a full look at your life, but as a first step to examine where you are I think it's very useful.
www.arrod.co.uk /archive/concept_wheel_of_life.php   (276 words)

 Life Balance Wheel: Certified Life and Business Coach Wendy Mackowski of Inner North Coaching
The center of the wheel is 0, and the outer edge of the wheel as 10.
Rank your level of satisfaction with each life area by drawing an arc at the number that represents your level of satisfaction.
Save the completed wheel prior to your coaching session or tell me the names of the sections and number ratings at the beginning of the call.
www.innernorth.com /lifebalancewheel.htm   (249 words)

 Interactive Tour of the Wheel of Life
The Wheel of Life illustrates in a popular way the essence of the Buddhist teachings, the Four Truths: the existence of earthly suffering, its origin and cause, the ending or prevention of misery and the practice path to liberation from suffering.
The Wheel of Life describes the cause of all evil and its effects, mirrored in earthly phenomena just as it is experienced by everyone from the cradle to the grave.
The circular composition of the Wheel of Life guides the viewer from picture to picture along the fl path or the white path.
www.buddhanet.net /wheel1.htm   (186 words)

 Wheel of Life
The Brahmana said: The wheel of life moves on.
This wheel of life that is associated with pairs of opposites and devoid of consciousness, the universe with the very immortals should cast away, abridge, and check.
That man who always understands accurately the motion and stoppage of this wheel of life, is never seen to be deluded, among all creatures.
www.hinduism.co.za /wheelof.htm   (834 words)

 The DVD Journal | Quick Reviews: Shaolin: Wheel of Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Presenting all of that plus sumptuous music, choreography, and theatricality is Shaolin: Wheel of Life, a recording of a live theater event featuring 20 ordained Buddhist Shaolin monks supported by international actors, artistic directors, composers, and advanced contemporary stagecraft.
Wheel of Life was filmed at London's Hammersmith Apollo theater, and Universal's DVD is released hand-in-hand with the show's 2002 North American tour.
Wheel of Life is the only show to feature ordained soldier monks of the Shaolin Temple and, as such, is the only production authorized by the Venerable Shi Yong Xin (abbot of the temple) and by the provincial government of Henan (Central China).
www.dvdjournal.com /quickreviews/s/shaolinwheeloflife.q.shtml   (534 words)

 Wheel of Life 2:The four phases of life
Wheel of Life 2:The four phases of life
This is the longer version of the Wheel of Life.
For a shorter version that focuses on "The Wheel" as a model for understanding the emotions of organizational change.
www.lessons4living.com /wheel_of_life2.htm   (195 words)

 Wheel Of Life
Wheel Of Life By Elisabeth Kubler - Ross 0684846314
Beginning with the groundbreaking publication of the classic psychological study On Death and Dying and continuing through her many books and her years working with terminally ill children, AIDS patients, and the elderly, Kübler-Ross has brought comfort and understanding to millions coping with their own deaths or the deaths of loved ones.
Her story is an adventure of the heart -- powerful, controversial, inspirational -- a fitting legacy of a powerful life.
www.brassunicorn.com /index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=39913   (135 words)

 Wheel of Life
Already well-established in India before the time of the Buddha was the psychological system known as The Wheel of Samsara, or The Cycle of Existence, or The Path of Transmigration.
In artistic renderings of the Wheel of Samsara, Heaven is placed at the top, flanked by the Asuras on one side and the Human Realm on the other.
So even when using some time to contemplate Life, people usually don’t consider renunciation as an option, but rather dream of and strive for a “better” life, transmigration to a higher realm where never is heard a discouraging word and skies are not cloudy all day.
quietmountain.org /dharmacenters/buddhadendo/wheel_of_life.htm   (1255 words)

The Wheel of Life is a representation of the Buddhist teaching on the suffering and impermanence of cyclic existence.
Dalai Lama of Tibet, the Winner of the Nobel Piece Prize, explains the differences between the Buddhist and Western approaches to life, "In modern Western society, there seems to be a powerful cultural conditioning that is based on science.
In Hinduism these three purposes of life are seen as equal and essential to fulfill.
www.1000ventures.com /business_guide/crosscuttings/life_wheel.html   (703 words)

 Wheel Of Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Welcome to the "wheel Of Life", this is an personal website that discuss about Buddhism.
One develops such good attitudes towards life that one's relations with one's family and with the members of the community improves.
At a higher level, Buddhism teaches one to develop one's mind so that one finally sees life as it really is. From his own experience, the Buddha has shown that there is a way to end all suffering and attain supreme happiness.
www.freewebs.com /sacca   (205 words)

 Wheel of Life
Everyone's life consists of some elements of all these major areas.
A change in one area of life has the potential to affect many other areas of the wheel.
Moms have specific issues or concerns in each area of the wheel.
www.true2youlifecoaching.com /wheeloflife.htm   (85 words)

 Tibetan Wheel of Life - ReligionFacts
The creature who turns the wheel of life and holds it in his clutches is Yama, a wrathful deity and the Lord of Death.
The ring around the center represents karma, with the figures on the left ascending to higher realms of existence because of virtuous actions, and the figures on the right descending to lower realms of existence because of evil or ignorant actions.
The middle ring of the wheel (the areas between the spokes) symbolizes the six realms of existence.
www.religionfacts.com /buddhism/symbols/wheel_of_life.htm   (503 words)

 Wheel of Discovery
With the constant demands from our work and families, it may be difficult to imagine a life that allows for all the things you would like to do.
At this point, you may be wondering how you, too, could achieve more balance in your life and reap the benefits that come with it.
The wheel of life allows you to determine whether you are focusing too much on one part of your life and so neglecting others.
www.new-oceans.co.uk /new/wheel2.htm   (391 words)

 TAROT - wheel of life
heel of Life Counselling is using the Archetypes and Symbols of the TAROT to access deeper layers of the self.
This can be used for greater self awareness and personal growth, or as a help for decision making and guidance in difficult life situations; as a meditation on the path of the soul and the deeper meaning of human existence, or as a way of reconnecting to our spiritual roots.
For me the cards represent the Wheel of Life, turning through the cycles of the seasons and through the seasons of life.
www.angelfire.com /ia/showana   (206 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: The Wheel of Life: A Memoir of Living and Dying: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Instead of a carefully reasoned, almost scientific treatise on the subject of life and death, Kubler-Ross throws us onto the roller coaster that has been her life.
Unsatisfactory relationships, a definite superiority complex (Kubler-Ross is always right) and a profound belief that her life has eveolved the way it has in order for her to learn the lessons she needs to - and yet mysterious and thought-provoking.
Her accounts of interactions with hospital staff and doctors are unabashedly arrogant yet funny, and we're compelled to remember ourselves or loved ones who've been in similar, seemingly uncontrollable, situations.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/0684846314   (661 words)

 Wheel of Life Thangka Painting (LTFEB25)
The Wheel of life is a detailed representation of basic Buddhist belief i.e.
The Wheel is held in the embrace of Shenje, ruler of the Dead, showing that all beings must eventually meet Death.
Outside the wheel is a figure of Lord Buddha, who is free from the moral and mental obstructions which can prevent all living beings from achieving \Enlightenment.
www.peoplink.org /thangka/EN/100001663.html   (252 words)

 wheel of life
The eight sections of the circle of life exercise comprise represent a balanced lifestyle.
Rank your level of satisfaction with each area of your life by drawing a line across each "wedge" in such a way as to create a "circle within a circle" which most likely will not be round.
the one behavior that you identified as inhibiting achieving as much as you had hoped or expected on the goals you identified for each life area you are working on.
members.shaw.ca /drbgguthrie/wheel.htm   (631 words)

The greatest portion of the Wheel is devoted to representations of the six realms -- the realm of the gods, the realm of the titans, the realm of humans, the realm of animals, the realm of the hungry ghosts, and the realm of demons -- each realm looked over by its own boddhisattva.
The entire Wheel is held by Yama, the Lord of Death.
It is described using the metaphor of a wheel of life, wherein one thing inevitably leads to another.
www.ship.edu /~cgboeree/samsara.html   (1150 words)

 Coaching Support   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Wheel of Life is a way of quickly assessing our life balance.
Examples of this in different forms date back to the early eighties and the basis is to subjectively score yourself out of ten under various headings that together cover the spectrum of your life.
The less balanced your wheel is the more wobbly willbe your ride through life.
www.coachingsupport.fsnet.co.uk /wheel.html   (175 words)

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