The Way of the Buddha

The Way of the Buddha
Title The Way of the Buddha PDF eBook
Author Rubin Museum of Art, The
Publisher Harry N. Abrams
Pages 0
Release 2008-09-01
Genre Religion
ISBN 9780810972957

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Consists more than 400 sayings from Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism. This title presents the text of F Max Muller's 1881 translation alongside illustrations from the collections of the Rubin Museum of Art. It portrays the Buddha as well as other sages in paintings, sculptures and textiles.

The Way of the Buddha

The Way of the Buddha
Title The Way of the Buddha PDF eBook
Author
Publisher Publication Division
Pages 394
Release 1995
Genre Art
ISBN

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On Buddhist art and antiquity.

The Buddha's Way of Happiness

The Buddha's Way of Happiness
Title The Buddha's Way of Happiness PDF eBook
Author Thomas Bien
Publisher New Harbinger Publications
Pages 258
Release 2011-01-01
Genre Self-Help
ISBN 157224870X

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Discover the Secrets to Happiness and Well-Being The excitement you feel after hearing good news or achieving a goal is fleeting, but true happiness-that is, the warm feeling of deep contentment and joy-is lasting, and it can be yours in every moment. The Buddha's Way of Happiness is a guide to putting aside your anxieties about the future, regrets about the past, and constant longing to change your life for the better, and awakening to the joy of living. With this book as your guide, you'll identify the barriers to happiness you create in your own life and use the eightfold path of Buddhist psychology to improve your ability to appreciate the small, joyful moments that happen every day. These exercises, meditations, and concrete approaches to practicing happiness and well-being are drawn from mindfulness, "no self," and other ancient Buddhist insights, many of which have been proven effective by today's psychologists and researchers. With the knowledge that happiness is a habit you can adopt like any other, take the first step down this deeply fulfilling path on your life's journey.

Beside Still Waters

Beside Still Waters
Title Beside Still Waters PDF eBook
Author Harold Kasimow
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 288
Release 2016-05-10
Genre Religion
ISBN 0861719034

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A compelling question for people of faith today is how to remain committed to one's own religious tradition while being open to the beauty and truth of other religions. For example, some fear that Buddhism is a threat to Western faith traditions and express grave doubts about interreligious and cross-cultural encounters. Yet, many who have actually broadened their experience profess to have developed a deeper understanding of and a deeper commitment to their tradition of origin. This is what makes Beside Still Waters: Jews, Christians, and the Way of the Buddha such a new and meaningful contribution. Rather than offering research or lectures, Beside Still Waters takes a deeply personal approach, allowing the reader to delve into the individual experiences of fourteen Jews and Christians whose encounters with Buddhism have truly impacted their sense of religious identity. As Jack Miles, author of God: A Biography, says in the book's foreword, "The Buddhist presence in the religious world is far larger than a head-count of Buddhists can reveal." Beside Still Waters upholds this point by way of the diverse and eloquent authors who lend their perspective in its pages; these include Sylvia Boorstein, John B. Cobb, Norman Fischer, Ruben Habito, and other important members of the Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, and scholarly communities. Their collected anecdotes and interviews amount to an unprecedented and enduring work, sure to deepen our ability to understand each other, and therefore, ourselves.

Luminous Mind

Luminous Mind
Title Luminous Mind PDF eBook
Author Karma-raṅ-byuṅ-kun-khyab-phrin-las (Khenpo Kalu.)
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 354
Release 1997
Genre Philosophy
ISBN 0861711181

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Gathers selected teachings and stories that illustrate the principles ofuddhism.

The Buddha's Path of Peace

The Buddha's Path of Peace
Title The Buddha's Path of Peace PDF eBook
Author Geoffrey Hunt
Publisher Equinox Publishing (Indonesia)
Pages 212
Release 2020
Genre Religion
ISBN 9781781799635

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In this book the core of the Buddha's teaching is comprehensively cast in modern models of thought - borrowed from science and philosophy - and informed by contemporary concerns. It sets out the basic instructions for the life-changing way of the Buddha (the so-called 'Noble Eightfold Path') wholly in the context of contemporary and everyday life, personal experience, human relationships, work, environmental concern and the human wish for peace. The reader, who may be completely new to Buddhism, is accompanied along the Path with practical exercises that are fully explained. The Path begins with an introductory overview and then proceeds through Right Speech, Right Acting, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Concentration, Right Mindfulness, Right Understanding and Right Resolve, and concludes with a short chapter on the relevance of the Path to the current global crisis. The reader is mentored throughout by practical meditational and contemplative exercises, with tables, diagrams, analogies and stories. Gradually the reader who has followed this handbook with commitment will feel the benefits of growing peacefulness, wisdom and compassion.

THE BOOK OF BUDDHA

THE BOOK OF BUDDHA
Title THE BOOK OF BUDDHA PDF eBook
Author Arundhati Subramaniam
Publisher Penguin UK
Pages 97
Release 2009-06-16
Genre Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN 8184750919

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Around 2500 years ago a thirty-five-year-old man named Siddhartha had a mystical insight under a peepul tree in north-eastern India; in a place now revered as Bodhgaya. Today; more than 300 million people across the globe consider themselves beneficiaries of Gautama Buddha’s insight; and believe that it has irrevocably marked their spiritual commitment and identity. Who was this man who still remains such a vital figure for the modern-day questor? How did he arrive at the realization that ‘suffering alone exists; but none who suffer; the deed there is; but no doer thereof; Nirvana there is; but no one seeking it; the Path there is; but none who travel it’? The Book of Buddha traces the various stages of the spiritual journey undertaken by a man who started out as Siddhartha the Seeker; achieved understanding as Shakyamuni the Sage and attained supremacy as Tathagata the Master—finally reaching transcendence as Jina the Victor when he was transformed into the Buddha and became the Enlightened One. Combining personal insight with a deep understanding of Buddhist philosophy; Arundhathi Subramaniam gives the reader a sensitive and revealing portrait of the Buddha and his role in shaping and transfiguring the course of history. In this passionate and deeply felt rendition of the Buddha’s life she explores his enduring impact; and affirms that though he promised no quick-fix solution to life’s problems; Buddhism has remained truly democratic because it holds out the promise of self-realization for all.