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The Buddhist Trader By Mercedes Oestermann van Essen
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Many traders and investors got caught up in the unprecedented volatility of the global market crash. Fortunes have vanished and the mental attitude of many a seasoned trader and investor has been... More > challenged to breaking point. Amongst the general panic a new psychology is beginning to evolve. This new psychology is part of a major transition period not seen since WW2 which is affecting all areas of our lives. The Buddhist Trader addresses the challenges for traders and investors with sensitivity and presents unique insights.< Less
The Buddhist Trader By Mercedes Oestermann van Essen
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Many traders and investors got caught up in the unprecedented volatility of the global market crash. Fortunes have vanished and the mental attitude of many a seasoned trader and investor has been... More > challenged to breaking point. Amongst the general panic a new psychology is beginning to evolve. This new psychology is part of a major transition period not seen since WW2 which is affecting all areas of our lives. The Buddhist Trader addresses the challenges for traders and investors with sensitivity and presents unique insights.< Less
A Buddhist Bible By Dwight Goddard
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The Buddhist Bible was published by Dwight Goddard, a pioneer in the American Zen Buddhist movement. It contains edited versions of foundational Buddhist texts designed to provide spiritual seekers... More > with the heart of the Zen message. Goddard hoped to bring a new and deep understanding to light. His mission was not only to explain Buddhism to his fellow Americans but to show how the ancient religion could be made relevant to modern problems. The Buddhist Bible made a huge impact when it was published and is known to have influenced the views of iconic Beat author Jack Kerouac.< Less
A Buddhist Manifesto By Subhuti
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The world today is very different from that in which Buddhism originated and flourished. Buddhists now practise and teach the Dharma in an age of urbanisation, globalisation, mass communication, and... More > rapid technological change. The challenge Buddhists face today is to find ways of communicating and practising the Dharma that are truly effective in these new circumstances. The Triratna Buddhist Community was founded by Urgyen Sangharakshita, in London in 1967, as a response to the contemporary world. This booklet is an outline of the main principles upon which that new Buddhist movement was initiated and which have continued to animate it ever since, principles of renewal which may be of wider interest and application and our Buddhist sisters and brothers working to bring the Dharma into the heart of the world today.< Less
A Buddhist Manifesto By Subhuti
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The world today is very different from that in which Buddhism originated and flourished over the millenia. Buddhists now practise and teach the Dharma in an age of urbanisation, globalisation, mass... More > communication, and rapid technological change. The challenge we face today is to find ways of communicating and practising the Dharma that are truly effective in these new circumstances. What is needed, in effect, is a renewal of Buddhism. The Triratna Buddhist Community was founded by Urgyen Sangharakshita, in London in 1967, as a response to this challenge. This booklet is an outline of the main principles upon which that new Buddhist movement was initiated and which have continued to animate it ever since. These constitute principles of renewal that may be of wider interest to all our Buddhist sisters and brothers everywhere who are working to bring the Dharma into the heart of the modern world.< Less
The Buddhist Catechism By Henry S. Olcott
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The Buddhist Catechism, composed by Olcott in 1881, is one of his most enduring contributions to the revival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, and remains in use there today. The text outlines what Olcott... More > saw to be the basic doctrines of Buddhism, including the life of the Buddha, the message of the Dharma, the role of the Sanga. The text also treats how the Buddha’s message correlates with contemporary society. Olcott was considered by South Asians and others as a Buddhist revivalist.< Less
Buddhist India By Thomas William Rhys Davids
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The present work portrays ancient India, during the period of Buddhist ascendancy, from the non-Brahmin point of view. Based on the literary, numismatic and inscriptional records, it throws light on... More > points hitherto dark and even unsuspected. It presents a a detailed account of the socio-economic, geo-political and ethico-religious conditions of the country. It described at length the history of kings, clans, nations, vis-a-vis their role in the growth and spread of Buddhism. Reader get a clear perspective of the activities of Candragupta, Asoka and Kaniska—the principal characters in this performance. The Buddhist and kindred literature both in Pali and Sanskrit, with special reference to the Jatakas has been thoroughly exploited for this purpose. The book has fifty-six illustrations, an appendix, and a short preface.< Less
Buddhist Illogic By Avi Sion
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The 2nd Century CE Indian philosopher Nagarjuna founded the Madhyamika (Middle Way) school of Mahayana Buddhism, which strongly influenced Chinese, Korean and Japanese Buddhism, as well as Tibetan... More > Buddhism. His writings include a series of arguments purporting to show the illogic of logic, the absurdity of reason. He considers this the way to verbalize and justify the Buddhist doctrine of “emptiness” (Shunyata). The present essay demonstrates the many sophistries involved in Nagarjuna’s arguments.< Less
The Buddhist Catechism By Henry Steel Olcott
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A founding member of the Theosophical Society, and perhaps the first well-known European to convert to Buddhism, Henry Steel Olcott made a lasting contribution with his Buddhist Catechism. Seeing... More > Buddhism with a Westernized scientific eye, the work is given in the same question and answer structure used in the Christian Catechism. David McMahan wrote of Olcott that he "allied Buddhism with scientific rationalism in implicit criticism of orthodox Christianity, but went well beyond the tenets of conventional science in extrapolating from the Romantic and Transcendentalist influenced 'occult sciences' of the nineteenth century."< Less
Buddhist Colour By Don Pavey
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Tibetan Buddhists accept colours as human energies. The same colour can possess a positive virtue, or a negative vice, such as terrifying Unreason, Arrogance, Anger, Misunderstanding and Delusion... More > Colours. A vice can be transformed or sublimated into a principal virtue, such as Intuition, Fairness, Right Judgement or Intellect. Mandalas show the universe divided into four quadrants, blue, yellow, red and green, each being controlled by a meditation Buddha of the right colour. Above these zones a white meditation Buddha presides and the suppliant is awaken to an experience, beyond wisdom and spiritual ecstasy, known as Nirvana.< Less