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I think of those timeless truths Goenka-ji spent his life counseling.How S.N. Goenka Changed My Life—And the Lives of Millions More|Sharon Salzberg|October 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I met Goenka-ji in January 1971, when I entered a 10-day intensive meditation retreat he guided.How S.N. Goenka Changed My Life—And the Lives of Millions More|Sharon Salzberg|October 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
While for some devotees there was no matter too trivial on which to consult him—“Swami Ji, should I cut my hair?”
She just yelled at me and told me I had to go work things out with Swami Ji.
In April, I met in Manhattan with Swami Nikhilanand Ji, a JKP preacher who studied at Barsana Dham.
One of these copies was presented to the Emperor and a second is preserved in the temple, Senyu-ji, Kyoto.Korean Buddhism|Frederick Starr
Amphibology, am-fib-ol′o-ji, n. the use of ambiguous phrases or such as can be construed in two senses.
Pantophagy, pan-tof′a-ji, n. morbid hunger for all kinds of food.
Pantology, pan-tol′o-ji, n. universal knowledge: a view of all branches of knowledge: a book of universal information.
Pyrargyrite, pī-rar′ji-rīt, n. an ore of silver consisting of the sulphide of silver and antimony.