Buddhism: Tools For Living Your Life

Buddhism: Tools For Living Your Life

Vajragupta / Sep 17, 2019

Buddhism Tools For Living Your Life A guide for those seeking a meaningful spiritual path while living everyday lives full of families work and friends Vajragupta gives clear explanations of Buddhist teachings and the necessary guidan

  • Title: Buddhism: Tools For Living Your Life
  • Author: Vajragupta
  • ISBN: 9781899579747
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • A guide for those seeking a meaningful spiritual path while living everyday lives full of families, work, and friends Vajragupta gives clear explanations of Buddhist teachings and the necessary guidance on how to apply these to enrich our busy and complex lives The personal stories, examples, exercises, and questions in this book help transform Buddhist practice into morA guide for those seeking a meaningful spiritual path while living everyday lives full of families, work, and friends Vajragupta gives clear explanations of Buddhist teachings and the necessary guidance on how to apply these to enrich our busy and complex lives The personal stories, examples, exercises, and questions in this book help transform Buddhist practice into than just a fine set of ideals They make the path of ethics, meditation, and wisdom a tangible part of our lives.Vajragupta, born Richard Staunton in London, is experienced in teaching Buddhism to students of all ages.

    The religion of Buddhism Religious Tolerance Background Buddhism currently has about million followers and is generally listed as the world s fourth largest religion after Christianity, Islam and Hinduism.It was founded in Northern India by Siddhartha Gautama circa to BCE and has spread into much of the far East.It is making major inroads into North America. Portal Buddhism Buddhism b d z m , US also b u d is the world s fourth largest religion with over million followers, or over % of the global population, known as Buddhists.Buddhism encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs and spiritual practices largely based on original teachings attributed to the Buddha and resulting interpreted philosophies Buddhism Origins, Buddhism History, Buddhism Beliefs Buddhism is one of the world s major religious traditions, with the majority of its influence in south and southeastern Asia Developing out of Hinduism, Buddhism originated in northern India in Asura Buddhism The Buddhist asuras are derived from the asuras of Hinduism, but have acquired a few distinctive myths which are only found in Buddhist texts from ancient India. In its Buddhist context, the word is sometimes translated titan, demigod, or antigod.Character While all the gods of the K madh tu are subject to passions to some degree, the asuras above all are addicted to them, especially Buddhism The New York Times Feb , News about Buddhism, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. Siamamulets Theravada Buddhism Thai Amulets Online Welcome to the Siamamulets Theravada Buddhism Thai Amulets Online Discussion Forum If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above You may have to register before you can post click the register link above to proceed To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Buddhism and the Search for Enlightenment mrdowling Buddhism Buddhism is a world religion that began on the Indian subcontinent, but unlike Hinduism, Buddhism spread to many faraway lands While Hinduism does not have a single founder, we can trace Buddhism back years to Siddhartha Gautama, a prince who lived in Shakya, a small kingdom at the foothills of the Himalayas in present day Nepal. homepage Meditate in Leicester This free public class held in our world peace temple is open to everyone and provides an opportunity to experience the peace of meditation and learn practical tools to solve our daily problems through the application of Buddha s timeless advice The teachings will be based on the inspiring book Transform Your Life written by the contemporary meditation master and founder of Leicester Unfettered Mind Pragmatic Buddhism Ganges Mahamudra text Longchenpa s Pieces of Sincere Advice Revelations of Ever present Good The Sutra of the Heart of the Lady Perfection of Wisdom Introduction to Buddhism Courses Tushita Meditation Centre Introduction to Buddhism Courses Tushita aims to provide a friendly and conducive environment for people of all nationalities to contact, learn and put into practice the teachings of the Buddha.

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    378 Comments

    1. Surprisingly I found this to be a very interesting book. There are ideas & practices found in this book that you can use in your everyday life in order to understand how you are feeling, why you act in a certain way, etc and how you can make any necessary changes. However not everything can be changed but this book shows you that you are able to think & act differently to a particular situation. Also it shows how important it is to have 'me' time too & not to feel guilty.


    2. I found that this book was not useful at all. It felt as if I was being talked down to and the everyday examples of how buddhism can help you were mundane and trivial. Like running out of milk! If that's what this guys uses Buddhism for, or if he thinks his readers are so simple-minded that they need such stupid examples of being stressed out it's an insult to us. DON'T BOTHER! My mistake for not going straight to the philosophy.


    3. Whether you find this book useful will really depend on why you're reading it and how much you already know about buddhism, mindfulness, etc It's an introduction to these ideas and as such is a useful practical guide and is also useful to dip into for reminders for some basic techniques. This is not written as a deep philosophy book and shouldn't be read as such.




    4. Very engaging and accessible introduction to Buddhism. I found it really helpful in answering some of my questions.





    5. A very good and easy to read introduction to Buddhism, focusing on practicalities and very good for beginners.


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