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Zenkondo : Living From A Place of Primordial & Boundless Compassion By Gianmichael Salvato
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Drawing deeply from the ancient wisdom of the teachings of the Buddha and the Christ, this book offers a refreshing perspective on ways in which to live more authentically and compassionately in a... More > post-religious world. Written by retired Buddhist abbot and Franciscan contemplative priest (and retired bishop) Gianmichael Salvato, the book goes where few dare in terms of teasing out what's useful, for those wishing to live richer and more compassionate lives, and leaving the baggage of religion behind. Based on 27-years of teaching, workshops, sermons and blog articles.< Less
Zenkondo : Living from a Place of Primordial & Boundless Compassion By Gianmichael Salvato
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Drawing deeply from the ancient wisdom of the teachings of the Buddha and the Christ, this book offers a refreshing perspective on ways in which to live more authentically and compassionately in a... More > post-religious world. Written by retired Buddhist abbot and Franciscan contemplative priest (and retired bishop) Gianmichael Salvato, the book goes where few dare in terms of teasing out what's useful, for those wishing to live richer and more compassionate lives, and leaving the baggage of religion behind. Based on 27-years of teaching, workshops, sermons and blog articles.< Less
In Defense of Aristotle’s Laws of Thought By Avi Sion
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In Defense of Aristotle’s Laws of Thought addresses, from a phenomenological standpoint, numerous modern and Buddhist objections and misconceptions regarding the basic principles of... More > Aristotelian logic.< Less
Fundamental View By Alexander Duncan
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Fundamental View is a series of talks presented to the members of the Buddha Center in the summer and fall of 2013. Fundamental View weaves together the suttas of the Buddha into an original... More > philosophical essay that seeks to explore early Buddhist thought by means of a close analysis of the texts, meticulously thought out yet holistically interpreted. Fundamental View explores universal underlying patterns of meaning that are difficult to discount and cast valuable light on how Buddhist thought originated, from a perspective that is open-minded yet lucidly critical and critically relevant. Also available in hardcover.< Less
Quantum Buddhism and the Higgs Discovery: The Power of Emptiness By Graham Smetham
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An exploration of the interconnections and implications of quantum field theory and the Higgs discovery in the light of the Buddhist metaphysics of emptiness. Quantum fields as aspects of Buddhist... More > 'emptiness'. The necessity of cognitive aspects within quantum fields of reality. The Higgs discovery as the complete demise of materialist ideology. Enlightenment as the ultimate and direct experience of the immaterial, spiritual nature of the cognitive aspect of the quantum fields of the process of reality.< Less
Fundamental View By Alexander Duncan
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Fundamental View is a series of talks presented to the members of the Buddha Center in the summer and fall of 2013. Fundamental View weaves together the suttas of the Buddha into an original... More > philosophical essay that seeks to explore early Buddhist thought by means of a close analysis of the texts, meticulously thought out yet holistically interpreted. Fundamental View explores universal underlying patterns of meaning that are difficult to discount and cast valuable light on how Buddhist thought originated, from a perspective that is open-minded yet lucidly critical and critically relevant. Also available in paperback.< Less
The Dharma of Compassion – One Monk’s Reflections on the Teachings of the Awakened and Anointed Ones By Khenpo Gurudas Sunyatananda
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Abbot and co-founder of the Contemplative Order of Compassion, Khenpo Gurudas Śunyatananda, shares some of his insights as a uniquely qualified expert on the parallel teachings of the Buddha... More > Śakyamuni and the Christ. As an ordained Buddhist monk and semi-retired archbishop in the Old Catholic (Eastern Rite) Church, Śunyatananda shows us the value of cultivating compassion, wisdom and loving-kindness in a context that becomes both relevant and accessible to the postmodern society.< Less
Awakening – Living the Dharma of Compassion By Khenpo Gurudas Sunyatananda
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In this follow-up to his critically acclaimed "The Dharma of Compassion", Khenpo Gurudas Sunyatananda shares some remakable further insights into the way one can incorporate the timeless... More > wisdom of the Buddha and the compassionate Way of the Christ into a practical spirituality for the postmodern world.< Less
Karma and the Rise of Buddhism in the West By Philip Richman
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In this book I address the need for a critical treatment of karma for practitioners of Buddhism in the West. I discuss the basic meaning of karma and its relevance to western Buddhism. Emphasis is... More > on the impact of the scientific world-view, interest in meditation and attitudes towards reincarnation. A generalized approach provides analysis and constructive terminology for thinking about karma and reincarnation. Terms such as karmic awareness and karmic significance point to an epistemology of karma. "Karmic analysis" extends the meaning of karma to art, history and literature. Karma is shown to be implicit in all cultures. Topics include the significance of death, the nature of action, sin, salvation and blame. Karmic cause and effect is contrasted with scientific causality. A distinction is drawn between the contemplative life and thinking about karma mainly in terms of a set of propositions to be proven as true or false.< Less
Sitting Quietly, Doing Nothing: Meditation as Medication for the Mind By Lawrence W. Dolnick
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What is the purpose or goal of meditation? This question forms one of the primary stumbling blocks for many Westerners first encountering Buddhism. The Western mind, reared on goal-oriented... More > pragmatism, balks at the notion of a "goal-less" practice. Any project whose end-product cannot be clearly delineated in advance will not likely be deemed worthy of extended effort. Yet when one observes individuals who have overcome this hesitation, who diligently practice meditation despite its apparent "impracticality," one quickly sees that, in fact, something very practical is happening, indeed. Where no end-product is being pursued, something is being produced. This "product" may manifest as an invisible inner calm, a piercing sense of intuitive perception or a general air of "luminosity" of which the meditator him or herself may not even be aware. What is going on here?< Less

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