Books in category Religion – Buddhism

  • A Taste of Freedom

    A Taste of Freedom
    Achaan Chah, Ajahn Chah

    This book contains ten Dhamma talks given by the renowned Thai meditation master Venerable Ajahn Chah.

  • Just Add Buddha

    Just Add Buddha!
    Franz Metcalf

    Written for spiritual seekers who deal with unenlightened coworkers and inconsiderate bank tellers more often than Zen masters and Tibetan monks, this book demonstrates the practical side of Buddhism.

  • Meeting the Great Bliss Queen

    Meeting the Great Bliss Queen
    Anne C. Klein

    The ritual of the Great Bliss Queen, an important Buddhist figure of enlightenment, unifies the book, modeling practices that can help us to be both at one with ourselves and open to engagement with others.

  • No Self No Problem

    No Self, No Problem
    Anam Thubten

    Anam Thubten, in remarkably easy-to-understand language, provides teachings for doing exactly that, based on the wisdom of the Buddhist traditions.

  • Bringing the Sacred to Life

    Bringing the Sacred to Life
    John Daido Loori

    The book includes instructions for a simple Zen home liturgy, as it is practiced by students of the Mountains and Rivers Order of Zen.

  • The Mind Is Mightier Than the Sword

    The Mind Is Mightier Than the Sword
    Lama Surya Das

    The Mind Is Mightier Than the Sword is a practical guide to using the teachings of Buddhism to live a happier, healthier, more enlightened life. From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • Open to Desire

    Open to Desire
    Mark Epstein

    Proposing that spiritual attainment does not have to be detached from intimacy or eroticism, Open to Desire begins with an exploration of the state of dissatisfaction that causes us to cling to irrational habits.

  • Journey Without Goal

    Journey Without Goal
    Chogyam Trungpa

    Based on the author's talks at Naropa University, this volume introduces the reader to the principles of tantra, based on the practice of meditation, which leads to the discovery of egolessness.

  • Soto Zen in Medieval Japan

    Soto Zen in Medieval Japan
    William M. Bodiford

  • Awareness Bound and Unbound

    Awareness Bound and Unbound
    David Loy

    Essays from the singular experience of Buddhist social critic and philosopher David R. Loy on classic and contemporary concerns.

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