All eBooks in Buddhism Category


Spiritual Short Stories
Every day we face moments of imbalance due to our thoughts and feelings, These Mahayana Buddhist-inspired stories show how we can return to calm and peace to counter our stress-free lives. The stories include: A Teaching from the Tenzo -- Dogen's read more ...
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0.95 €
a guide for expats and visitors
Almost all visitors to Thailand will come into contact with Buddhism in some way. There are more than 200,000 monks in Thailand so you will see monks and novices out and about on the streets. There are more than 30,000 temples (wat in Thai) so you wi read more ...
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5.49 €
An introduction to Buddhism and Mindfulness
A collection of seventy-seven (one for each province) Buddhist stories, quotes, meditations, contemplations and reflections on living in Thailand. This joy of a read unravels the mysteries behind Buddhist mindfulness in a easy straight forward, yet p read more ...
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3.99 €
The Tibetan Book of the Dead in modern English
There is a natural tendency in people to shy away from the reality of death. Yet this refusal to acknowledge the impermanence of our earthly existence creates a deep anxiety that inhibits a person’s spiritual progress. Put another way, if we are to p read more ...
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0.99 €
Tokme Zangpo's 4thC guide for spiritual awakening
Thirty-seven Practices of a Bodhisattva is an ancient text written in the 14th Century BCE by Tokme Zangpo, a Buddhist monk and scholar who was born in Puljung, south west of the Sakya Monastery in Tibet. Thirty-seven Practices seeks to make clea read more ...
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1.99 €
Ancient wisdom of Japan you can use today
The kōan is an enigmatic or paradoxical question used to develop a person’s Intuition. Kōans are a valuable tool in your quest for enlightenment, but how do they work and why use them? Kōans work by confounding logic and forcing a person out of t read more ...
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0.99 €
Essential truths for a better life
This book describes the basic principles of Buddhism. Much has been written about Buddhism and how to practice it. Readers will have no difficulty finding hundreds of books on the topic. This book simply focuses on the essence of Buddhism, as express read more ...
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0.99 €
Lao Tzu's Timeless Classic in Modern English
The Tao Te Ching was written 2,500 years ago, making it perhaps the oldest book still in print. Its longevity is due to the power and simplicity of its message. The ancient metaphorical language of the original book is not easily understood today. T read more ...
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1.99 €
A practical guide to awakening your Highest Self
Satori Now makes the wisdom of the ages understandable to people living in the 21st Century. Written in simple language, Satori Now is an elegant restatement of the timeless truths passed down through the centuries by Buddhist and Taoist masters, and read more ...
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1.99 €
A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life
The Bodhicaryavatara is an ancient text written in Sanskrit around 700 CE by Santideva, Buddhist monk and scholar who lived at the Nalanda Monastic University in India. The Bodhicaryavatara roughly translates to A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way o read more ...
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1.99 €
ISBN 978 1105 1156 04
Buddhism does not forbid us to believe some things and compel us to accept others. It is a rational philosophy, a comprehensive and realistic ethical code, a penetrative psychology, and effective methods of training and meditation. However, the minds read more ...
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2.77 €
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