Publisher Description

Modern Buddhism, Volume 1: Sutra focuses on basic Buddhist teachings and meditations, which everybody can practice straightaway. All the fundamentals of Buddhism meditation and philosophy are found here. Starting with an appreciation of our life and potential, we can gain a profound and practical understanding of our existential condition, and improve all good qualities of mind, including the supreme good heart of universal love and compassion. The explanation of the true nature of reality, ultimate truth emptiness, is very clear and powerful and, if practiced, will lead the reader to lasting mental freedom. A brief history of Kadampa Buddhism also shows how Buddha’s timeless teachings have traveled from teacher to student over thousands of years, and how people in the West are now applying what was once available only to mystics and monks—advice to solve our daily problems and accomplish the real meaning of our human life.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2011
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
420
Pages
PUBLISHER
Tharpa Publications
SELLER
Tharpa Publications USA
SIZE
607.2
KB

Customer Reviews

cleomatic ,

Eloquent & Simple

Amid the pile of books on Buddhism, this text is pure Dharma, written in a way so that you can immediately begin to incorporate the lessons into your daily life. Time spent frustrated waiting in line, etc, can be simply transformed into your daily practice; you discover ways to insert mindfulness and meditation, and bloom from there.

Germy2333 ,

Modern buddhism sutra

This book truly changed my life for the better and showed me the way. It's allowed me to gain true moral and practice helping other for the benefit of the both of us. I say much thanks to the author.

jbaker9000 ,

Clear and Practical instructions

If you have a wish to meditate and be happier, you cannot go wrong with this presentation. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso gives clear step by step instructions on creating the actual causes of lasting happiness. Read this from cover to cover!

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