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Anussati: The Recollections. With quotes from the Pali Canon and Forest Tradition of Theravada Buddhism By Angulimalo
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An easy to use introduction to Buddhist meditation and the Recollections of the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha, Peace, Generosity, Virtue and Deva. A "must have" for all meditators.
Anussati: The Recollections. With quotes from the Pali Canon & The Forest Tradition of Theravada Buddhism By Angulimalo
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The most comprehensive guide to the Seven Recollections of the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha, Peace, Generosity, Virtue and Deva available in English today.
Anussati: The Recollections. With quotes from the Pali Canon and Forest Tradition of Theravada Buddhism By Angulimalo
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An easy to use introduction to Buddhist meditation and the Recollections of the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha, Peace, Generosity, Virtue and Deva. A "must have" for all meditators.
Buddhism and Nonviolent Global Problem-Solving. Ulan Bator Explorations By Glenn D. Paige & Sarah Gilliatt
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This is an augmented report of the fourth International Seminar on Buddhism and Leadership for Peace, held in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, during August 15-20, 1989. The seminar was sponsored by the Asian... More > Buddhist Conference for Peace (ABCP), whose secretariat is located in the Gangdantekchenling Monastery in Ulan Bator, in cooperation with the Dae Won Sa Buddhist Temple of Hawaii and the Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project, Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace, University of Hawai‘i. The seminar was planned and coordinated by the latter. In offering the present report special appreciation is expressed to the ABCP, the Gangdan Monastery, and to the people and government of Mongolia for making it possible for us to meet in Mongolia to explore contributions that Buddhism can make to solve problems that threaten the survival and well-being of humankind.< Less
Buddhism and Nonviolent Global Problem-Solving. Ulan Bator Explorations By Glenn D. Paige & Sarah Gilliatt
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This is an augmented report of the fourth International Seminar on Buddhism and Leadership for Peace, held in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, during August 15-20, 1989. The seminar was sponsored by the Asian... More > Buddhist Conference for Peace (ABCP), whose secretariat is located in the Gangdantekchenling Monastery in Ulan Bator, in cooperation with the Dae Won Sa Buddhist Temple of Hawaii and the Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project, Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace, University of Hawai‘i. The seminar was planned and coordinated by the latter. In offering the present report special appreciation is expressed to the ABCP, the Gangdan Monastery, and to the people and government of Mongolia for making it possible for us to meet in Mongolia to explore contributions that Buddhism can make to solve problems that threaten the survival and well-being of humankind.< Less
The mandala in Nichiren Buddhism, Part Two: Mandalas of the Kōan period By The Nichiren Mandala Study Workshop
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"The mandala in Nichiren Buddhism" is the first comprehensive analysis of Nichichiren's mandalic corpus in English. As the total number of pages in a single volume would reach over 700, the... More > book has been divided into three parts. This second volume covers the analysis of Nichiren’s moji-mandala in the Kōan years from 1278 to 1282, the period of his full maturity. The Kōan era represents the peak of Nichiren’s works, both from the viewpoint of his philosophy and aesthetics, such as calligraphy, composition style as well as the level of organization of Nichiren’s sangha. The early Hokke confraternity centered on Nichiren, was a highly organized and functional group, with a systemized logistics and communication network, covering several provinces around the Japanese archipelago even during Nichiren’s exile on Sado Island. Once he transferred to Minobu, his group grew larger and became exceptionally efficient and dynamic.< Less
NAMASTE: Greeting The Light Within - An Introduction to Buddhism for Young and Old By Michael Jaquish
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We are all here to understand the choices we make and we cannot make GOOD choices until we know what we are doing and why we do what we do. This book offers answers for young people that are founded... More > on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, also known as The Buddha (The Awakened One). If you have never heard of The Buddha you may be surprised at some of what you find within these pages. If you have heard of Buddhism but just never knew for sure what it is all about, then you will find the answers to your questions here.< Less
The mandala in Nichiren Buddhism, part two: Mandalas of the Kōan period By The Nichiren Mandala Study Workshop
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"The mandala in Nichiren Buddhism" is the first comprehensive analysis of Nichichiren's mandalic corpus in English. As the total number of pages in a single volume would reach over 700, the... More > book has been divided into three parts. This second volume covers the analysis of Nichiren’s moji-mandala in the Kōan years from 1278 to 1282, the period of his full maturity. The Kōan era represents the peak of Nichiren’s works, both from the viewpoint of his philosophy and aesthetics, such as calligraphy, composition style as well as the level of organization of Nichiren’s sangha. The early Hokke confraternity centered on Nichiren, was a highly organized and functional group, with a systemized logistics and communication network, covering several provinces around the Japanese archipelago even during Nichiren’s exile on Sado Island. Once he transferred to Minobu, his group grew larger and became exceptionally efficient and dynamic.< Less
Buddhism, In its Connexion With Brahmanism and Hinduism, and In Its Contrast with Christianity By Sir Monier Monier-Williams
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The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: The Three Principal Aspects of the Path and Introduction to Tantra By Lama Thubten Yeshe
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"Historically, Shakyamuni Buddha taught the four noble truths. To whose culture do the four noble truths belong? The essence of religion has nothing to do with any one particular country's... More > culture. Compassion, love, reality - to whose culture do they belong? The people of any country, any nation, can implement the three principal aspects of the path, the four noble truths or the eightfold path. There's no contradiction at all." -Lama Yeshe The Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive (LYWA) is the collected works of Lama Thubten Yeshe and Kyabje Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche. The Archive was founded in 1996 by Lama Zopa Rinpoche, its spiritual director, to make available in various ways the teachings it contains. Please visit us at www.lamayeshe.com.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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