Chances are you have seen Tibetan prayer flags before, but do you know where they came from and what they symbolize? These beautiful pieces of cloth are more than just decorations, and in a Hub titled History & Symbolism of Tibetan Prayer Flags, melbel explains more about their background and meaning.
Melbel’s Hub is so fascinating that we decided to feature it in this week’s Weekly Advice from Everyday Experts podcast, so listen in as we discuss The Meaning Behind Tibetan Prayer Flags. You’ll find that these mantra-adorned flags have a beautiful purpose, and one that everyone can get behind!
If you have something (religious, cultural, commercial, or entirely random) that performs a purpose similar to Tibetan prayer flags, we’d love to hear about it! Send us an email at team-at-hubpages.com. We’re also looking for cool new Hubs to discuss, so feel free to send future podcast suggestions our way as well.
What is Shinto? And how does one properly visit a Shinto shrine? Akbok, one of HubPages’ newest and most talented Hubbers, explains both in two different Hubs (A Shintoism Overview and How to Visit a Shinto Shrine).
Join Robin Edmondson and me as we review these helpful guides in this week’s episode of Weekly Advice from Everyday Experts (Shinto 101) – and be sure to read Akbok’s other amazing Hubs, too!
Is there an awesome guide, religious or otherwise, that you think would be perfect for the Weekly Advice from Everyday Experts podcast? Tell us about it! It just might be the next Hub we feature. 😀
What does cyberculture have to do with Zen Buddhism?
A lot, actually.
In an impressive academic exploration of modern technology and ancient philosophy, lukecore on HubPages discussed this very issue, and in this episode of Weekly Advice from Everyday Experts (Cyberculture and Zen Buddhism), Michelle Padro and Yours Truly have a look at his essay.
Ready to contemplate the concept of self, question everything, and discuss quantum physics? Good! Here we go!
… and if you would like to see the argument in its eloquent and pure form, check out lukecore’s original essay: Cyberculture and Zen Buddhism.