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The Collected Writings From Soka University of America By Timothy Harada
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From the author of the Buddhist discovery novel, Myth Shattering, the Collected Writings From Soka University contain all of the writings which were previously published as the first 3 volumes of The... More > Selected Writings From Soka University, plus Timothy Harada's yet unpublished senior thesis. Separated into 4 sections, this thick volume contains academic works on politics, human rights, social justice, art and activism, Buddhist philosophy, poetry, historical and cultural criticism and a wide range of other topics that are sure to stimulate many observers of the new 21st century peace institute, Soka University of America.< Less
The Heart of the Path: Seeing the Guru as Buddha By Lama Zopa Rinpoche
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Although guru devotion is a foundational concept within Tibetan Buddhist thought, for many it remains a bewildering and impenetrable topic. Fortunately for contemporary practitioners, Lama Zopa... More > Rinpoche has spoken extensively on guru devotion, giving teachings and advice about what it really means to have devotion to one’s spiritual friend. Not only does this title include teachings on the traditional sub-topics that fall under guru devotion found in Tsongkhapa’s lam-rim, but also a useful outline to guide your reading, several supplementary prayers and teachings from other renowned Tibetan masters, and inspiring images of Lama Zopa, Lama Yeshe and other amazing teachers peppered throughout. 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.< Less
The Joy of Compassion By Lama Zopa Rinpoche
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In this book, Lama Zopa Rinpoche teaches on one of his favorite topics—compassion. He tells us that compassion for others is the best way to overcome any obstacles we encounter, in our Dharma... More > practice, or occupation and life itself, and the best medicine for treating any illness we experience. However, these teachings are not limited to compassion. Rinpoche also explains emptiness, karma and many other essential Buddhist subjects. As ever, his teachings are clear, relevant, humorous and direct—a perfect guide to making our lives meaningful. 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
Pythagoras of Samos (Let's Go For A Walk; Book Two) By Marisa Calvi
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The story of Ascended Master Kuthumi’s human adventures continues on with the life of Pythagoras of Samos– history’s most famous mathematician and one of Ancient Greece’s most... More > notable philosophers. Set in an amazing time of change for humanity, Pythagoras takes us on a journey through the mystery schools of the ancient world -- from the mystics of Egypt and Phoenicia through to the Zaroastrian magi of Babylonia, the oracles of Greece and even the early Buddhist monks. Along the way he shares his personal experiences and reflects on just what he was shown. This culminates in the establishment of his renowned school in Crotona. Once again Kuthumi invites us into the very human aspects of an extraordinary life. Pythagoras’ life is not only remarkable for what he achieved but for what he allowed himself to experience. The stories he shares are much more than recollections though—often revealing long lost secrets and wisdoms that are just now resurfacing!< Less
Pythagoras of Samos (Let's Go For A Walk; Book Two) By Marisa Calvi
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The story of Ascended Master Kuthumi’s human adventures continues on with the life of Pythagoras of Samos– history’s most famous mathematician and one of Ancient Greece’s most... More > notable philosophers. Set in an amazing time of change for humanity, Pythagoras takes us on a journey through the mystery schools of the ancient world -- from the mystics of Egypt and Phoenicia through to the Zaroastrian magi of Babylonia, the oracles of Greece and even the early Buddhist monks. Along the way he shares his personal experiences and reflects on just what he was shown. This culminates in the establishment of his renowned school in Crotona. Once again Kuthumi invites us into the very human aspects of an extraordinary life. Pythagoras’ life is not only remarkable for what he achieved but for what he allowed himself to experience. The stories he shares are much more than recollections though—often revealing long lost secrets and wisdoms that are just now resurfacing!< Less
Your Life is None of Your Business By Dale A. Johnson
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The author and the translator have used this book in Chinese classrooms to teach oral English, translation, and philosophical ideas for debate. The text weaves together three strands made of the ten... More > ox-herding paintings of Buddhist tradition, the author’s personal biography, and Christian theology. These strands are woven into a fabric of thought to stimulate discussion about psychology, philosophy, and American culture.< Less
THE BOOK OF TAO By AXUM E-BOOKS
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The Book of Tao is founded on the teaching of the esoteric schools of Chinese philosophy, both Buddhist and Taoist, and takes the form of a summary of their main principles. It is intended as a guide... More > to those who aspire to Initiation into the Ancient Wisdom, and therefore deals rather with Mysticism than Occultism, for only by attaining a high degree of enlightenment can men prepare themselves for knowledge of the higher sciences, which would otherwise lead them into disaster.< Less
Universal Love: The Yoga Method of Buddha Maitreya By Lama Yeshe
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This is truly a book for everyone, and probably one of the most important to have among your Buddhist book collection. By pulling together some of Lama Yeshe’s introductory teachings on... More > Buddhism, meditation, compassion and emptiness, and combining them with the definitive explanation of tantra, this one valuable volume will inspire students to go more deeply into the Yoga Method of Buddha Maitreya–a tantric practice. Lama helps us to understand all the ways we can use meditation to develop transformation and gain transcendent experiences. It’s still important to find a fully-qualified teacher like Lama or seek out a group deity yoga retreat, but this new offering from the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive is a very good explanation of Universal Love. Highly recommended. - Mandala Magazine< Less
Laotzu's Tao and Wu Wei: Second Edition With a New Translation and Essays By Dwight Goddard et al.
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In this clarion translation of Laotzu's Tao Te Ching, first published in 1919, Goddard brings the complexity and depth of the ancient philosopher's poetry into the English language, his great love... More > for the topic overcoming the necessary shortcomings of translation. There are three concepts that are essential to the Tao Te Ching-Tao, Te, and Wu Wei-that all have complex meanings that cannot be directly translated, but spiritual seekers and those with an interest in philosophy and religion will find Goddard's treatment of Laotzu lyrical and deeply meaningful. Between 1919 and 1939, the author became a buddhist himself, first edition and second edition contains very different translations. Thus, the readers are encouraged to read 1919 version (First Edition) for further reading, American writer Dwight Goddard (1861-1939) studied at a monastery in Kyoto, Japan, for a year and was among the first Westerners to bring Zen Buddhism to the United States. His most famous book is The Buddhist Bible (1938).< Less
Laotzu's Tao and Wu Wei By Dwight Goddard & Henri Borel
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In this clarion translation of Laotzu's Tao Te Ching, first published in 1919, Goddard brings the complexity and depth of the ancient philosopher's poetry into the English language, his great love... More > for the topic overcoming the necessary shortcomings of translation. There are three concepts that are essential to the Tao Te Ching-Tao, Te, and Wu Wei-that all have complex meanings that cannot be directly translated, but spiritual seekers and those with an interest in philosophy and religion will find Goddard's treatment of Laotzu lyrical and deeply meaningful. Later the author became a buddhist himself and published the very different translation with essays under the same book title. Thus, the readers are encouraged to read 1939 version (Second Edition) for further reading, American writer Dwight Goddard (1861-1939) studied at a monastery in Kyoto, Japan, for a year and was among the first Westerners to bring Zen Buddhism to the United States. His most famous book is The Buddhist Bible (1938).< Less

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