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Shows how to practise morality, how to practise meditation, and how to practise wisdom. This book presents the Dalai Lama's general teachings, his spirit, wisdom and sense of humour. It includes guidance on mental calm, altruism and compassion, refraining from harm, and focussing the mind.
An inspiring introduction to Chan Buddhism in a value-priced hardcover edition. Perfect for daily spiritual guidance and gifts.
This new translation and commentary of ancient Buddhist text by a best-sellling author and teacher transcends idealism and materialism.
Monkfish is proud to reintroduce this spiritual classic in paperback edition. It was its first book in its Provenance Editions
A mixture of sex, love, coming of age, and Buddhism, "Arousing the Goddess" is filled with humor and recognition of the absurdities of life. It has been praised for its honesty and insight. Ward is the author of "What the Buddha Never Taught," which was a bestseller in Canada, and a Book of the Month selection in the United States.
Concentrates on the ideas and practices which constitute the common heritage of the different traditions of Buddhism. From the narrative of the story of the Buddha, through discussions of aspects such as textual traditions, the framework of the Four Noble Truths, this work provides an introduction to Buddhism.
Do you feel at home? Are you comfortable in your own skin? Do you have a sense of belonging? In this book, the author addresses these questions and guides us on the path we all take to find out who we really are and where we really belong.
Includes passages such as the Sermon on the Mount, the Healing of the Sick and the Resurrection. This title offers fresh perspectives on these familiar Christian sources of faith, and also considers such concerns as inner transformation, meditation, ritual, and the ideas of reward and punishment, heaven and hell.
The fascinating true story of an Englishwoman who spent 12 years alone in a cave in the Himalayas and became a world-renowned spiritual leader
Pema Chodron reveals the vast potential for happiness, wisdom and courage even in the most painful circumstances.
India has a long, rich, and diverse tradition of philosophical thought. This short introduction emphasizes the diversity of Indian thought, and is structured around six schools, which have achieved classic status. It introduces distinctively Indian concepts, such as, karma and rebirth.
"Teachings on the practice of things-as-they-are, through commentaries on a legendary Chinese Zen figure. The ninth-century Tang dynasty Chinese master Dongshan is an important ancestor of the Zen tradition that has spread widely throughout the world in the twentieth century. He features prominently in koan texts and teaching stories, but he's not been written about or translated much in English yet. Dan Leighton comes to the rescue with this excellent book that takes the texts and teachings attributed to Dongshan, as well as the teaching stories and koan cases about him, and provides commentary for understanding the teaching of the House of Caodong he's associated with, particularly as it relates to "suchness"--tathata, the absolute and true nature inherent in all appearance--focusing on the practical relevance of the teachings Dongshan represents to the practice and life of us folks today"--
A translation and detailed textual study of the Satipatthana Sutta, the foundational Buddhist discourse on meditation, drawing on traditional Buddhist texts, modern works, and the teachings of present-day meditation masters to make the rich implications of this text clear to all.