True Buddhism

eBook (PDF), 112 Pages
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First Edition --- Buddhism has become a global practice. True Buddhism is a clear and concise guide of the essential teachings direct from the Buddha. Buddhism is not a “religion” as we think of religion in the West. Even so, there are so many branches and sects of “Buddhism” that people, especially in the West, but also in much of the East are completely misled or misinformed as to the essential and true teachings of the Buddha.
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  • By Threefold Lotus Kwoon
    Jan 1, 2010
    An Excellent book for anyone seeking out the scholarship of the true teachings of Buddhsim without regional or sectarian agendas. There is a huge amount of scholarship spanning thousands of years of research and treatises. All this scholarship is daunting and easily overwhelming. In this small volume are only the essential components as clearly supported and defined by the most luminous scholars since the Buddha's time. As such, this is an invaluable book of reference for the initiate as well as a quick digest for those who wish to delv more deeply into the true practice and teachings of Buddhism.
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First edition
Threefold Lotus Kwoon Press and LULU
September 30, 2011
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