Download or Read eBook Buddha’s Soul : Invaluable Insights from an Enlightened Master PDF written by Dr. King and published by Dr. King's Books. This book was released on with total page 139 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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This book explains some of the key ideas propounded by Buddha that makes us rethink on several things we take for granted. The way these ideas are presented is as if Buddha is sitting just in front of us and talking to us. They are invaluable! Unlike other ancient Indian philosophies like the Upanishads, Buddha’s words are simple, direct and delivered with full authority. They are like a handholding experience to an ardent practitioner who wants to make progress in the spiritual path. Whatever Buddha said more than 2500 years ago is relevant even today. In a world where commercialization of spiritual practices is becoming rampant, Buddha’s original messages dispel lot of misconception and provide a guiding light for right way of propagating spirituality. In this marvelous collection of short articles, Dr. King presents some of the key ideas from ancient Tipitakas – Buddhist source for everything. The focus is on core principles carved out from otherwise difficult to understand and voluminous, original Pali scriptures.
Download or Read eBook Gleanings in Buddha-Fields: Studies of Hand and Soul in the Far East PDF written by Lafcadio Hearn and published by DigiCat. This book was released on 2022-08-15 with total page 156 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Gleanings in Buddha-Fields: Studies of Hand and Soul in the Far East" by Lafcadio Hearn. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
Download or Read eBook Soul, God and Buddha in Language of Science PDF written by Mathura Prasad and published by Notion Press. This book was released on 2017-04-18 with total page 608 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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The Buddha answers all questions that a scientist like Stephen Hawking has in his mind. • Two beginning-less, self-existent entities are- the Universe and the Buddha Field. At high energy level both covert in to each other. The Buddha Field gives birth to physical and psychic particles (souls). At high energy level, a soul converts in to the Buddha Field. • Mass is of two kinds. Positive mass is due to souls. A soul is cause of dark matter. • Gravitational force is repulsive in nature between two souls, attractive between matters. • Outer region of the Universe is dark because here beings are without material bodies. Here TIME does exist BUT without SPACE. Psychic matter is the cause of Expanding Universe. • God’s atom does exist. All heavenly bodies including black holes are abodes of beings. • Stars are born due to gravitational instability in the Orion Nebula caused by God. Number of God is uncountable in the Universe. • Very soon, the world will see all religions (barring Buddhism), Marxism and all other Wrong Views, dying of natural death. • I have dedicated this book to Stephen Hawking, one of the brilliant theoretical physicists since Einstein.
Download or Read eBook Buddha’s Life and Teaching PDF written by Hermann Beckh and published by Temple Lodge Publishing. This book was released on 2019-04-25 with total page 254 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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‘The book before us here is not some kind of dusty text or just another undergraduate-level introduction to Buddhism. It is nothing less than the still, clear, luminous centre of a hurricane...’ – Neil Franklin (from the Foreword) Although this classic text is more than one hundred years’ old, its accurate scholarship, detailed research and lucid presentation make it no less relevant today than when it was first published. In 1916, Hermann Beckh was one of a handful of leading European authorities on Buddhist texts, reading Tibetan, Sanskrit and Pali fluently. At the same time, he was a member of the Anthroposophical Society and its Esoteric Section. In consequence, Beckh’s seminal study on Buddhism has an entirely unique quality. It invites the reader to engage freely with the Buddhist Path, although in many ways re-expressed and renewed by Rudolf Steiner, whilst discovering its universal validity through the original texts. For the most part, Beckh allows these texts to speak for themselves, as eloquently now as ever. In the first section, Beckh presents Gautama Buddha’s life from legend and history. The second part of the book details the ‘general viewpoints’ of Buddhist teaching and the individual stages of the Buddhist Path, including meditation to ever higher levels. Both sections are expertly collated out of a wide knowledge of the primary sources. To this academic understanding, Beckh sheds new light on the subject from his own research, based on highly-trained meditation guided by Rudolf Steiner (with whom he carried out a long-lasting correspondence that has only recently been uncovered). Dr Katrin Binder has rendered the complete German text in a natural English idiom with great accuracy and professional insight, thereby making this timeless book available to English readers for the first time in a lucid translation. New notes and an updated bibliography are also featured.
Download or Read eBook The Buddha’s Teaching PDF written by G. A. Somaratne and published by Springer Nature. This book was released on 2021-06-25 with total page 401 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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This book approaches the Dhamma, the Buddha’s teaching, from a Buddhistic perspective, viewing various individual teachings presented in hundreds of early discourses of Pali canon, comprehending them under a single systemic thought of a single individual called the Buddha. It explicates the structure of this thought, going through various contextual teachings and teaching categories of the discourses, treating them as necessary parts of a liberating thought that constitutes the right view of one who embraces the Buddha’s teaching as his or her sole philosophy of life. It interprets the diverse individual dhammas as being in congruence with each other; and as contributory to forming the whole of the Buddha’s teaching, the Dhamma. By exploring some selected topics such as ignorance, configurations, not-self, and nibbāna in thirteen chapters, the book enables readers to understand the whole (the Dhamma) in relation to the parts (the dhammas), and the parts in relation to the whole, while realizing the importance of studying every single dhamma category or topic not for its own sake but for understand the entirety of the teaching. This way of viewing and explaining the teachings of the discourses enables readers to clearly comprehend the teaching of the Buddha in early Buddhism.
Download or Read eBook The Creed of Buddha (Annotated Edition) PDF written by Edmond Holmes and published by Jazzybee Verlag. This book was released on 2012 with total page 331 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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This is the extended and annotated edition including * an extensive annotation of more than 10.000 words about the history and basics of Buddhism, written by Thomas William Rhys Davids * an interactive table-of-contents * perfect formatting for electronic reading devices The author of " The Creed of Buddha " can safely say that no better exposition of Buddhism has ever been given to the world. It is sympathetic, it is scholarly, and it is complete. Between east and west, says the author, a gulf has been fixed, a gulf created by basic ideas, hollowed out by the erosive action of speculative thought. The Western mind takes for granted the reality of outward things. The Eastern mind attributes the only reality to the soul. All else is maya, illusion. And there are very few that can bridge thatgulf.In the East, where the soul is the supreme and fundamental reality, the identification of God with the world-soul, or soul of universal Mature, is the outcome of a movement of thought which is at once natural and logical. This divine soul is the only real existence: by comparison with it all outward things are shadows, and all inward things, so far as they hold aloof from the all-embracing consciousness, are dreams. The worship of the supernatural, such as is to be found in Christianity, often ends in the despiritualization of Nature. which becomes merely the world without and therefore opposed to the Supernatural, which becomes the dwelling place of God .
Download or Read eBook 12 Steps on Buddha's Path PDF written by Ayya Khema and published by ReadHowYouWant.com. This book was released on 2010-10 with total page 230 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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12 Steps on Buddha's Path is an inspiring firsthand account of what happens when life seems hopeless, and the miracle of finding out that it's anything but. The author describes her own journey of recovery from alcoholism - an astonishing passage through strange and frightening territory - and marks out the path that allowed her to emerge from that darkness as a wise and compassionate person living a life that is joyous and free. This book is a powerful and enriching synthesis of the 12-Step recovery programs and the Noble Eightfold Path of Buddhism. It is sure to appeal to anyone touched by addiction, including those looking for new ways to understand and work with the tried-and-true 12-Step system. Tens of millions of Americans suffer from Alcoholism and other forms of dependence, and 12 Steps on Buddha's Path offers hope and help for any one of them. Though writing anonymously out of deep respect for 12-Step policies, the author is in fact a well-known professional author, deeply involved in the recovery and meditation communities
Download or Read eBook BUDDHA ON HAPPINESS PDF written by Dr. K.P Wasnik and published by Blue Rose Publishers. This book was released on 2020-11-25 with total page 260 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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Buddha on Happiness This book outlines the life and teachings of the Buddha in a very simple and lucid manner. It skilfully introduces important Buddha’s teachings like Four Noble Truths, Five Precepts, Eight -Fold Path, Ten Paramitas, Concept of Emptiness, Impermanence, Cause and Effect, Middle Path, Pratityasamutpada, Meditation Technique and Nibbana that will ensure calm of disturbed mind. This book offers an insight to transform suffering into peace and happiness. It shows how to develop kindness towards yourself and cultivate compassionate attitude towards your own pains and that of others. This book guides us to lead a happy life. If you are unhappy, disturbed and wish to find peace and happiness in your life, this is the right book to read.
Download or Read eBook BUDDHA & HIS DHAMMA PDF written by B R Ambedkar and published by Guarav book center. This book was released on 2023-01-01 with total page 492 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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Ambedkar was the first Indian to pursue a doctorate in economics abroad. He argued that industrialisation and agricultural growth could enhance the Indian economy. He stressed investment in agriculture as the primary industry of India. Ambedkar advocated national economic and social development, stressing education, public hygiene, community health, residential facilities as the basic amenities. His DSc thesis, The problem of the Rupee: Its Origin and Solution (1923) examines the causes for the Rupee's fall in value. In this dissertation, he argued in favour of a gold standard in modified form, and was opposed to the gold-exchange standard favoured by Keynes in his treatise Indian Currency and Finance (1909), claiming it was less stable. He favoured the stoppage of all further coinage of the rupee and the minting of a gold coin, which he believed would fix currency rates and prices. He also analysed revenue in his PhD dissertation The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India. In this work, he analysed the various systems used by the British colonial government to manage finances in India. His views on finance were that governments should ensure their expenditures have "faithfulness, wisdom and economy." "Faithfulness" meaning governments should use money as nearly as possible to the original intentions of spending the money in the first place. "Wisdom" meaning it should be used as well as possible for the public good, and "economy" meaning the funds should be used so that the maximum value can be extracted from them
Download or Read eBook The Heart Doctrine is Gautama Buddha’s Law PDF written by William Quan Judge and published by Philaletheians UK. This book was released on 2018-06-17 with total page 80 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.