UNDER THE BODHI TREE BUDDHAS ORIGINAL VISION OF DEPENDENT CO ARISING

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Under The Bodhi Tree

Author : Santikaro
ISBN : 9781614292197
Genre : Religion
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A renowned Buddhist master digs into the idea of interdependency—the very core of the Buddha’s teachings. Under the Bodhi Tree takes us back to the principles at the heart of Buddha’s teachings—conditionality and dependent co-arising. Ajahn Buddhadasa Bhikkhu makes the case for dependent co-arising as a natural law, and builds a compelling presentation from there of Buddhist philosophy, meditation, and practice. Basing himself squarely on the Buddha’s own words as preserved in the Pali Canon, he brings clarity and simplicity to what is typically a thorny philosophical knot. By returning dependent co-arising to its central place in Buddhist theory and practice, Ajahn Buddhadasa provides perspective on the Buddha’s own insights and awakening. Under the Bodhi Tree is another excellent entry from one of the most renowned Buddhist thinkers of modern times. For students who wish to study further, a companion guide is available from liberationpark.org.
Category: Religion

Heartwood Of The Bodhi Tree

Author : Buddhadasa
ISBN : 9780861718689
Genre : Religion
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Clear and simple teachings on voidness and living an ethical life. In Heartwood of the Bodhi Tree, Buddhadasa Bhikkhu presents in simple language the philosophy of voidness, or sunnata, that lies at the heart of the Buddhism. By carefully tying voidness to ethical discipline, Buddhadasa provides us clear and open grounds to reflect on the place of the philosophy in our lives. With his ecumenical, stimulating, and enthusiastically engaged approach to reading the Buddha's teaching in full flourish, Ajahn Buddhadasa transforms the jungle of philosophy into a glade as inviting as the one in which he famously taught.
Category: Religion

Early Buddhism

Author : Sue Hamilton
ISBN : 0700713573
Genre : Religion
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New interpretations of the central teachings of early Buddhism, mainly the relationship between identity and perception in early Buddhism.
Category: Religion

Under The Bodhi Tree

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ISBN : 0881393193
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Rich, full-color illustrations enhance this gentle telling of events in the life of Shakyamuni Buddha. Appropriate for all ages, this lovely book is bound to become a favorite bedtime storybook for the young.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

This Being That Becomes

Author : Dhivan Thomas Jones
ISBN : 9781909314757
Genre : Religion
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This being, that becomes; from the arising of this, that arises. This succinct formula, recorded in texts and carved in inscriptions throughout the Buddhist world, is said to summarise the whole of the Dharma, the teaching of the Buddha. But how can such a simple summary be the conceptual formulation that characterises the experience of a Buddha, an 'Awakened One', a state beyond all words and concepts? Dhivan Thomas Jones tells us how, and takes us into the heart of the Buddha's insight that everything arises in dependence on conditions. With the aid of lucid reflections and exercises he prompts us to explore how conditionality works in our own lives, and provides a sure guide to the most essential teaching of Buddhism.
Category: Religion

Dependent Arising In Context

Author : Linda S. Blanchard
ISBN : 9781481259545
Genre : Religion
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Dependent arising is the backbone of the Buddha's doctrine -- all the other lessons he taught relate to it, or refer to it in some way -- yet it is the least understood. There is a confusion of theories as to its meaning: is it about three lives, or one? about rebirth or moment-to-moment creation of the ego? Yet when dependent arising is seen in the light of the central myth of the Buddha's day (the creation of First Man and how that relates to our creation of self) the whole structure becomes much clearer, and many of the points of confusion are straightened out. People have long asked, for example, how the 'actions' of the second step precede consciousness in the third, or why we seem to be being told that we would want to completely stop consciousness, and contact with the world, and feeling. All these questions are easily answered when we see where the structure came from, and what the lesson is really about.
Category: Religion

Paticcasamuppada

Author : Ngư̄am
ISBN : UOM:39015024715917
Genre : Pratītyasamutpāda
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Category: Pratītyasamutpāda

Under The Bodhi Tree

Author : Deborah Hopkinson
ISBN : 9781683642497
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Who was the Buddha? Once upon a time in ancient India, a prince was born. His name was Siddhartha, and one day he would inherit a powerful kingdom. His father tried to protect him from the suffering and hardship beyond the palace walls, but just like children everywhere, the prince longed to see the world. Under the Bodhi Tree is the story of a boy and his journey for understanding that eventually led him to the path of peace. Told in lyrical language, this excellent introduction to the story of the Buddha is beautifully illustrated and perfect for children who are curious about the real people who made history.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Me And Mine

Author : Bhikku Buddhadasa
ISBN : 9781438421667
Genre : Philosophy
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This work brings together in a single volume the translated essays of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, the major interpreter of Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia.
Category: Philosophy