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Buddhism Reading Cards

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The Buddhism Reading Cards are designed as an easy and simple introduction to the fundamental teachings of Buddhism in a fun and practical way. Each card represents one fundamental, core principal of Buddhism. The cards are simple to use, each containing a wisdom that, like a glimmer of light, brings healing, direction and inspiration to your life. The peaceful Buddha image helps the wisdom to flow easily, gently penetrating your mind and spirit. By choosing the card that you most connect with, you can easily open up a way to positively communicate with your subconscious mind. You will find that the cards shine new light on situations by inviting inner solutions that come easily from the energy, creativity and intelligence found within your own, deep being. The deck comprises 36 cards in total and is divided into four sections.


Reasons and Lives in Buddhist Traditions

Author: Dan Arnold
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The celebrated career of a venerated scholar inspires incisive new contributions to the field of Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. Particularly known for his groundbreaking and influential work in Tibetan studies, Matthew Kapstein is a true polymath in Buddhist and Asian studies more generally; possessing unsurpassed knowledge of Tibetan culture and civilization, he is also deeply grounded in Sanskrit and Indology, and his highly accomplished work in these cultural and civilizational areas has exemplified a whole range of disciplinary perspectives. Reflecting something of the astonishing range of Matthew Kapstein’s work and interests, this collection of essays pays tribute to a luminary in the field by exemplifying some of the diverse work in Buddhist and Asian studies that has been impacted by his scholarship and teaching. Engaging matters as diverse as the legal foundations of Tibetan religious thought, the teaching careers of modern Chinese Buddhists, the history of Bhutan, and the hermeneutical insights of Vasubandhu, these essays by students and colleagues of Matthew Kapstein are offered as testament to a singular scholar and teacher whose wide-ranging work is unified by a rare intellectual selflessness.


The Heart of the Buddha

Author: Elsie Sze
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When Marian, an earnest romantic and idealist, goes missing in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, her twin sister Ruthie, a pragmatic skeptic, journeys from Canada to search for her. When Ruthie uncovers Marian's passion for a Bhutanese monk and her hazardous trek over a mountain pass to Tibet, she fears the worst. And those fears only intensify when a sinister Tibetan reveals that he is also in pursuit of Marian. As the sisters struggle to reach each other, they must overcome the demands of their own hearts and spirits. In easy, poetic prose, Elsie Sze paints an enchanting picture of Bhutan as she spins a tale of mystery, adventure, and romance, recounting the two sisters' physical and spiritual journeys to find each other and their true selves.


Encyclopedia of Card Tricks

Author: Jean Hugard
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This giant-sized collection explains how to perform over 600 professional card tricks, devised by the world's greatest magicians. The finest single compendium available, the book features a clear style that makes the instructions easy to follow.


World Buddhism

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Buddhist Sutras Lesson Book

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Rational Buddhism for Beginners. This book is intended for beginning meditators and students, and for use by instructors during Buddhist retreats for beginners. It contains thirty lessons that lead progressively through the ancient and basic tenets of Buddhism and include instructions in compassion, virtue/morality, history and meditation. Instructors are free to copy the worksheets for student practice. The book is full of quotes with minimal commentary, and includes scholarly references, with a glossary and bibliography. This is a useful reference book that can also be used for "do it yourself" study and inspiration. The book has been used and refined from actual study group experience. The author is an experienced, certified secondary teacher, and incorporates best practices of lesson planning as a format for the text of each chapter. Since it derives from the needs and questions of new students, it is easy to access by and is relevant for beginners.


PROFESSOR BUDDHA

Author: Denver E. Long
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Author Denver E. Long takes the reader on a life long spiritual journey that twists and turns in ways that will surprise and delight. Professor Buddha provides the reader with an insight into the mind of a very curious little boy who, as he grows, learns to harness the power of his dreams. He takes the reader along on an adventure that stretches across four continents in his pursuit of the ‘truth’ and his perfect mate. Along the way he finds himself in amazing and sometimes ‘dream’ situations that redefine what we believe is possible in life. Professor Buddha is a true story that will make you laugh and it will make you cry. But most of all, it will make the reader think about life in ways that perhaps were never considered before. Professor Buddha provides a simple lesson for anyone willing to follow their dreams, live their life to the fullest and change the world for the better.


Buddhist Circuit in Central India

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From the 3rd century BC, when Emperor Ashoka erected the famous pillar and stupa at Sanchi, Sanchi has been a favoured spiritual hub for Buddhists. Buddhist Circuit in Central India explores the architectural magic and historical importance of Sanchi with breathtaking images, as well as Buddhist sites around Sanchi Sonari, Satdhara, Andher and Murelkhurd which are historically significant, and yet off the beaten track. The guide covers some nearby destinations from Sanchi that make for exciting day-trips like Udaigiri Caves, Gyaraspur, Vidisha, and Udaypur. There is a well-researched section on Bhopal, the gateway to Sanchi, and two convenient excursions Bhimbhetka and Bhojpur. The guide will not only be an invaluable companion to Buddhist pilgrims, but to tourists, connoisseurs of Buddhist art and architecture and the armchair traveller.


Buddhist Logic

Author: Fedor Ippolitovich Shcherbatskoĭ
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This book is a coverage of the Mahayana Buddhistic logic of the school of Dignaga. It is in fact the most important work on Buddhist logic ever published. A classic of oriental research, it is founded on a thorough study of original Indian and Tibetan compositions by the great Buddhist logicians. The author was one of the leaders of the St. Petersburg school that did monumental work in the field of Indology during the first quarter of this century.


A house for Buddha

Author: Ross Parmenter
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