6 edition of Theravāda meditation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Winston L. King.|
|LC Classifications||BQ5612 .K56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||79025856|
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This book is a result of an inquiry into the theory and practice, the benefits and attainments, and the final goal Theravāda meditation book the Buddhist system of the meditation as it is found in Pali canon of the Theravada school.4/5(1).
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“Applied Buddhism” is the application of Buddhist teachings in our daily life. It is a broad umbrella under which all the essential aspects of life such as physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing as well as philosophical, bioethical, financial and modern scientific aspects could be incorporated.
This is a fascinating book but also a weighty and challenging book, overturning many of the comfortable simplicities of accepted wisdom on Buddhism. Several of the essays are targeted more at the specialist than the general reader.
Yet if eyes sometimes glaze over, they can be soothed by looking at the pictures. Theravāda Buddhism -- Sacred books, Theravāda Buddhism, Teachings of the Buddha -- Buddhist philosophy, Buddhist Anthology, Spiritual life -- Buddhism 22 0.
I once read a book about Zen. In Zen, you know, they don't teach with a lot of explanation. For instance, if a monk is falling asleep during meditation, they come with a stick and ''whack!'' they give him a hit on the back.
When the erring disciple is hit, he shows his gratitude by thanking the attendant. “Applied Buddhism” is the application of Buddhist teachings in our daily life.
It is a broad umbrella under which all the essential aspects of life such as physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing as well as philosophical, bioethical, financial and modern scientific aspects could be incorporated.
This includes the Buddhist ideas practiced by the three major schools. It was a thriving meditation center after the war, with unique meditation cells constructed along the walls of the inner compound that still exist today.
Thanboddhay Monastery Long also mentions passing by Letpadaung mine, and he notes that "Myanmar riot police had used unnecessarily heavy-handed tactics while confronting monks and villagers. The first book, the Book with Verses, is unique in being compiled on the basis of literary genre.
It contains suttas in mixed prose and verse, arranged in eleven chapters by way of subject. The other four books each contain long chapters dealing with the principal doctrines of Early Buddhism.
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