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The Banyan Deer

The Banyan Deer Author Rafe Martin
ISBN-10 9781458783905
Release 2010-10-01
Pages 40
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His inspiring tale reminds us that no one can be truly at peace unless all beings have a chance for peace, freedom, and happiness. The Banyan Deer is a wonderful, heart-warming gift for anyone who loves a great story. This beautiful hardcover edition will delight both adults and children alike.

Samsara Dog

Samsara Dog Author Helen Manos
ISBN-10 9781933605517
Release 2007
Pages 33
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Traces a dog through various incarnations, including a tough stray, a working dog, and a family pet, as he learns what he must in each life.

The Story of Mu

The Story of Mu Author James Cordova
ISBN-10 9781614292203
Release 2016-04-26
Pages 64
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This lush, beautifully illustrated narrative breathes humanity and warmth into one of the most famous and enigmatic koans of the Zen tradition. The Story of Mu uses luminous illustrations and a mythic narrative structure to convey the great potential for peace and enlightenment that we all carry hidden within ourselves. Shot through with ineffable “thisness and thussness,” Mu spins a visually rich, cosmogonic fable about the origins of the universe of space, time, matter, and life. It also touches something lost but always present within the human heart: an awakeness that is without flaw, from the beginning before the beginning.


Birdwing Author Rafe Martin
ISBN-10 0439908450
Release 2007
Pages 359
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Prince Ardwin, known as Birdwing, the youngest of six brothers turned into swans by their stepmother, is unable to complete the transformation back into human form, so he undertakes a journey to discover whether his feathered arm will be a curse or a blessing to him.

The Cat Who Went to Heaven

The Cat Who Went to Heaven Author Elizabeth Coatsworth
ISBN-10 9781442465886
Release 2012-05-15
Pages 96
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In ancient Japan, a struggling artist is angered when his housekeeper brings home a tiny white cat he can barely afford to feed. But when the village’s head priest commissions a painting of the Buddha for a healthy sum, the artist softens toward the animal he believes has brought him luck. According to legend, the proud and haughty cat was denied the Buddha’s blessing for refusing to accept his teachings and pay him homage. So when the artist, moved by compassion for his pet, includes the cat in his painting, the priest rejects the work and decrees that it must be destroyed. It seems the artist’s life is ruined as well—until he is rewarded for his act of love by a Buddhist miracle. This timeless fable has been a classic since its first publication in 1930, and this beautifully reillustrated edition brings the magic and wonder of the tale to a new generation of readers.

The Stories of the Lotus Sutra

The Stories of the Lotus Sutra Author Gene Reeves
ISBN-10 9780861719235
Release 2010-05-10
Pages 384
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Stories are ancient and wondrous tools with the mysterious power to transform lives. And the stories and parables of the Lotus Sutra-one of the world's great religious scriptures and most influential texts-are among the most fascinating and dramatic. In this fun, engaging, and plain-English book, Gene Reeves-the translator of Wisdom's critically acclaimed and bestselling edition of the Lotus Sutra-presents the most memorable and remarkable of the Lotus Sutra's many stories and parables, along with a distillation of his decades of reflection on them in an accessible, inspiring, and naturally illuminating way. The Stories of the Lotus Sutra is the perfect companion to Reeve's breathtaking translation of this scriptural masterpiece as well as a thoroughly enjoyable stand-alone volume for those who want to bring the inspiring teachings of the bodhisattva path into their daily lives.

A Buddhist catechism

A Buddhist catechism Author Henry Steel Olcott
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822035058726
Release 1887*
Pages 79
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A Buddhist catechism has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A Buddhist catechism also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A Buddhist catechism book for free.

The Ramayana

The Ramayana Author R. K. Narayan
ISBN-10 0143039679
Release 1972
Pages 157
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A retelling of the Tamil epic poem which records Prince Rama's search for his abducted sweetheart, Sita.

The Burman His Life and Notions

The Burman  His Life and Notions Author Sir James George Scott
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433081855292
Release 1896
Pages 603
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The Burman His Life and Notions has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Burman His Life and Notions also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Burman His Life and Notions book for free.

The Dawning of Wisdom

The Dawning of Wisdom Author Raghavan Narasimhan Iyer
ISBN-10 9780979320507
Release 2007
Pages 320
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The spiritually penetrating essays in this volume were written for the expressed purpose of shedding the pristine light of universal Theosophy on the path of spiritual self-regeneration in the service of humanity.The Theosophical philosophy is predicated on the ageless truth that divine wisdom exists, and that wise beings exist who dynamically embody it in world history; that sages and seers still grace the globe and continually oversee the spiritual, mental and physical evolution of man and nature. The secret Society of Sages that guides human progress periodically sends forth one of their own to sound afresh the Divine Philosophy and exemplify the spiritual life in all its richness and mystery. Such an enlightened spiritual teacher articulates eternal but forgotten truths in ingenious ways, adopting modes that inspire the mind, release soul perception, and cut through the miasma of an age.The wide-ranging articles in this volume span the spectrum of human thought from the metaphysical to the mystical, the ethical to the psychological, the spiritual to the material. They reveal the fundamental basis of religion, philosophy and science. The assimilation of these essays turns us back upon ourselves and releases that laser-like insight that allows us to increasingly discern the true, the good, and the beautiful in all religious teachings, philosophical musings, and scientific discoveries. When carefully meditated upon and skillfully applied to the realm of self-chosen duties, they purify the mind, cleanse the heart, and uplift the human condition.

Eat Pray Love

Eat  Pray  Love Author Elizabeth Gilbert
ISBN-10 9780747585664
Release 2007-03-05
Pages 349
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The Number One international bestseller, Eat, Pray Love is a journey around the world, a quest for spiritual enlightenment and a story for anyone who has battled with divorce, depression and heartbreak.

The Song of the Bird

The Song of the Bird Author Anthony De Mello
ISBN-10 9780307805430
Release 2016-07-05
Pages 192
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"Every one of these stories is about YOU." --Anthony de Mello Everyone loves stories; and in this book the bestselling author of Sadhana: A Way to God shares 124 stories and parables from a variety of traditions both ancient and modern. Each story resonates with life lessons that can teach us inescapable truths about ourselves and our world. De Mello's international acclaim rests on his unique approach to contemplation and ability to heighten self-awareness and self-discovery. His is a holistic approach, and in the words of one reviewer: "his mysticism cuts across all times and peoples and is truly a universal invitation." The Song of the Bird uses the familiar yet enduring medium of the story to illustrate profound realities that bring us in touch with the problems and concerns of daily life, as well as with our common spiritual quest. The aim is to develop the art of tasting and feeling the message of each story to the point that we are transformed. "Let the story speak to your heart, not to your brain," the author directs. "This may make something of a mystic out of you." Enhanced by lovely ink drawings, this is indeed a volume to treasure, to share, and to read many times over, for it is everyone's best companion on the road to spiritual growth.

The Moral Instruction of Children

The Moral Instruction of Children Author Felix Adler
ISBN-10 9781776533473
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 196
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Renowned professor and thinker Felix Adler was the primary figure behind the Ethical Culture movement, a quasi-religious initiative unattached to any particular brand of theism, which flowered in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. In this volume, Adler addresses parenthood and child-rearing, placing these activities within a firm moral and ethical framework.

Symbols Art and Language from the Land of the Dragon

Symbols  Art  and Language from the Land of the Dragon Author Yibin Ni
ISBN-10 1844838498
Release 2009
Pages 191
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Chinese characters captivate as much with their artistic expressiveness as with their fascinating layers of meaning: they are written reflections of a unique and beguiling culture. Drawing upon the latest scholarship, this book gathers 100 of the most significant sinographs, placing them within their historical, artistic, and cultural contexts. Each word is traced through the ages, from picture drawings to multifaceted modern characters, and every entry explores the characters' significance in Chinese culture, from words such as dragon, phoenix, mountain, and heaven to abstract concepts of love, truth, wisdom, and luck. Superb calligraphy accompanies the text?often shown full-page for impact?along with lavish reproductions of Chinese brush paintings, scrolls, ceramics, and textiles.

Confession of a Buddhist Atheist

Confession of a Buddhist Atheist Author Stephen Batchelor
ISBN-10 9781588369840
Release 2010-03-02
Pages 320
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Does Buddhism require faith? Can an atheist or agnostic follow the Buddha’s teachings without believing in reincarnation or organized religion? This is one man’s confession. In his classic Buddhism Without Beliefs, Stephen Batchelor offered a profound, secular approach to the teachings of the Buddha that struck an emotional chord with Western readers. Now, with the same brilliance and boldness of thought, he paints a groundbreaking portrait of the historical Buddha—told from the author’s unique perspective as a former Buddhist monk and modern seeker. Drawing from the original Pali Canon, the seminal collection of Buddhist discourses compiled after the Buddha’s death by his followers, Batchelor shows us the Buddha as a flesh-and-blood man who looked at life in a radically new way. Batchelor also reveals the everyday challenges and doubts of his own devotional journey—from meeting the Dalai Lama in India, to training as a Zen monk in Korea, to finding his path as a lay teacher of Buddhism living in France. Both controversial and deeply personal, Stephen Batchelor’s refreshingly doctrine-free, life-informed account is essential reading for anyone interested in Buddhism.

The Sailor s Word book

The Sailor s Word book Author William Henry Smyth
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044010740124
Release 1867
Pages 744
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The Sailor s Word book has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Sailor s Word book also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Sailor s Word book book for free.

Before Buddha Was Buddha

Before Buddha Was Buddha Author Rafe Martin
ISBN-10 9781614293729
Release 2018-03-20
Pages 176
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Discover how ordinary beings—a deer, a robber, a monkey, a parrot, and more—make up the past lives of the Buddha before he was Buddha. The jataka tales are ancient Buddhist stories found in both the Pali Canon and Sanskrit tradition, recounting the many past lives and ongoing spiritual work of Shakyamuni Buddha on his way to his final birth as Siddhartha Gautama. In them we find the Buddha facing difficulties, making tough choices, doing hard work, falling down and getting back up—the kind of continuing effort of spiritual practice that all beings face. Before Buddha was Buddha focuses on a selection of particular jataka tales in which the Buddha in past lives faces temptations and struggles with self-doubt as well as his own shortcomings. In these tales he’s not beyond life’s messes—its challenges and disasters—but is down in the mix, trudging through the mud with the rest of us. Each story, presented in brief, is followed by a commentary pointing to its relevance to our lives and practice-realization today.