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The Little Book Of Buddhist Meditation

Author : Eric Van Horn
ISBN : 1523938862
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The Little Book of Buddhist Meditation is designed to help you establish a regular meditation practice. It is based on the Buddha's original teachings. You will be guided step-by-step through establishing a posture, and basic meditation techniques like breath counting, sweeping, the practice of loving-kindness, walking meditation, and the use of "gathas", or short poems. There is also an explanation of chanting and how this can be used to establish the beginning of a sitting, to bring the mind into the present moment, and to reinforce the Buddha's teachings. There is also a description of what to do when problems occur, and how to establish a regular routine. This guide is intended to help you develop a sense of well-being, calm, serenity, and confidence, for a foundation that will serve you for many years to come.
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The Little Book Of Zen

Author : David Schiller
ISBN : 1523512458
Genre : Philosophy
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Updated, revised, with a new cover, new trim size, and illustrations throughout, the national bestseller The Little Zen Companion, with 516,000 copies in print, is repackaged for a new generation of seekers as The Little Book of Zen. A perfect gift and book of discovery, its maverick spirit celebrates ideas drawn from Zen Buddhism that have tremendous currency today: mindfulness, meditation, compassion, paying attention to the here and now, and finding a deeper meaning in life. While it seeks neither to define Zen nor answer its most famous koan (“What is the sound of one hand clapping?”), The Little Book of Zen points to a calming way of looking at the world. Each page features a quote, phrase, story, koan, haiku, or poem, interspersed with essays on the Buddha, Zen arts, significant masters, and more. The feeling is that of a meditation book with 2,500 years of wisdom—from Lao-tzu to Lily Tomlin. It’s a celebration of intuition: “If a man wishes to be sure of the road he treads on, he must close his eyes and walk in the dark.”—St. John the Cross. Individuality: “Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the men of old; seek what they sought.”—Basho. And self-discovery: “We already have everything we need.”—Pema Chödrön. New material is taken from contemporary spiritual leaders, writers, meditation teachers, and others with an emphasis on the practice of mindfulness—on the heart, rather than the head. Pen and ink illustrations from the author bring an additional layer of feeling and beauty.
Category: Philosophy

The Little Book Of Yoga Meditation

Author : Scott Shaw
ISBN : 1877792675
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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With the stresses of modern society, each person needs a method to step back, find their center and refocus their energy in order to be ready to move forward with the next step of life. In this book, Scott Shaw, an advanced yoga and meditation instructor, with over thirty-five years of experience, provides the reader with the foundations for and the techniques of the ancient methods of yoga meditation.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Sit Like A Buddha

Author : Lodro Rinzler
ISBN : 9780834830059
Genre : Religion
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Believe what you’ve heard about meditation: it’ll focus your mind, open your heart, and sometimes surprise you with insight. And it’s not complicated to learn. In fact, everything you need to get started is contained in the pages of this little book. Lodro Rinzler begins by challenging you to ask yourself why you want to meditate in the first place (good news—there’s no wrong answer!). With your intention thus in place, he teaches you all the basics, along with advice for making your meditation practice a priority no matter how busy you are. He then shows you how to bring the wisdom and compassion you discover in meditation into all other areas of your life.
Category: Religion

The Little Book Of Meditations

Author : Gilly Pickup
ISBN : 9781783728534
Genre : Self-Help
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Meditation is a wonderful way to bring more peace and tranquillity into your life. This little book, bursting with practical advice, useful meditations and affirming thoughts, helps you to take a moment and feel like yourself again.
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The Little Book Of Buddhist Daily Living

Author : Eric K. Van Horn
ISBN : 1539880079
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One of the great challenges for Western Buddhists is how to take a meditation practice and bring it into daily living. Monks and nuns have every aspect of their lives governed by the monastic code, the Vinaya. This makes their lives simpler. The monastic life is optimized for developing the path. In Asia, traditionally lay Buddhists do not meditate. They followed the Five Ethical Precepts, practice generosity by supporting the monastic Sangha, and they go to the temple or monastery on Uposatha Days. But in the West we have a mode of practice that lies somewhere between the monastic model and the Asian lay model. Western Buddhists are mainly lay people. But we do meditate, and we aspire to many of the life ideals of monks and nuns. The Vinaya does not provide a lot of guidance to Western Buddhists in our daily lives. But the Buddha does give some guidance, especially in the Sigaalaka Sutta: Advice to Lay People. The Little Book of Buddhist Daily Living has discussions on various aspects of life, such as work, caring for our bodies and minds, working with difficult people, how we relate to money, eating, consumption, speech, politics, community, and death. This book also stresses important qualities to cultivate such as kindness, patience, and simplicity. The goal is to make Buddhist living a part of every moment of every day. In this way we cultivate the path, becoming happier, more skillful people in the world.
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The Little Book Of Buddha S Quotes

Author : Julian Bound
ISBN : 9798606079117
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THE LITTLE BOOK OF BUDDHA'S QUOTES by JULIAN BOUND A collection of Buddha's quotes for inspiration, guidance and healing, with each quote accompanied by photographs of Tibetan Buddhism, heritage and culture from National Geographic contributor and award winning documentary photographer Julian Bound. Featuring photographs from: Tibet India Nepal ABOUT THE AUTHOR Born in England, Julian is a documentary photographer, film maker and author. With photographic work featured on the BBC news, his photographs have been published in National Geographic, New Scientist and the international press. His work focuses on the social documentary of world culture, religion and traditions, with time spent studying meditation with the Buddhist monks of Tibet and Northern Thailand and spiritual teachers of India's Himalaya region. Present for the Nepal earthquakes of 2015 he documented the disaster for eighteen months whilst working as an emergency deployment photographer for various NGO and international embassies in conjunction with the United Nations. The author of novels 'The Geisha and the Monk', 'Subway of Light' and 'Life's Heart Eternal', when not on the road in Asia, Julian is based in the UK.
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The Little Book Of Bhavana

Author : Leah Weiss
ISBN : 9781529400670
Genre : Self-Help
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When a dozen young boys found themselves trapped in Tham Luang cave in June 2018 in Northern Thailand with their 25-year-old coach, their chances of survival seemed very slim. They had only a handful of snacks they'd bought for one of the boys' birthday that day, and no drinking water. Not only that, while they sat there, waiting, the level of the water in the cave was rising all the time. Also, unbeknownst to them, the oxygen level was dropping. Trapped in darkness and unaware of the desperate search efforts going on in the outside world, the Wild Boys coach, Ekkapol Chanthawong, felt it was his responsibility to do everything he could to keep them alive. One of the survival tactics he implemented was getting them all to meditate. Ekkapol had trained for ten years to be a Buddhist monk in a temple in Northern Thailand. He could meditate for an hour at a time, and knew of the countless benefits that came with such a practice. This book explains how meditation within the framework of Bhavana works, why it's something we should all be doing, and how to do it. Bhavana - which refers to mental and spiritual development - is the cultivation of wisdom and tranquility through meditation. It is the means to developing resilience and strength that will serve when it is most needed. This book makes Bhavana accessible and practical by distilling the insights of thousands of years of tradition. It integrates the teachings and practices with the most recent neuroscience of how our brains and behavior can change to give us the tools to withstand suffering and fear.
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Llewellyn S Little Book Of Meditation

Author : David Pond
ISBN : 9780738755571
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Calm your mind, sharpen your focus, and expand your awareness with the power of meditation. Llewellyn's Little Book of Meditation is your ideal introduction to using meditative practices to improve your life. Explore the origins of meditation, the different types and how to use them, how to overcome any difficulties, and more. The fifth book in Llewellyn's little book series, this pocket-sized, hardcover guide is packed with ways to help you develop your meditation practice, including hands-on exercises, tips for working with a specific intention, and instructions for helping children use meditation.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Buddha S Little Instruction Book

Author : Jack Kornfield
ISBN : 1846046203
Genre : Buddhist quotations
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Jack Kornfield had gathered together the Buddha's best and most beautiful words and those of his countless disciples to create an enlightening, accessible and practical companion for those in search of the Buddha's path of happiness. The simple, but profound, verses and quotations in BUDDHA'S LITTLE INSTRUCTION BOOK explore the themes of individual awareness and kindness, wise relationships and the interconnection of all beings, and act as a reminder that anyone can live with the mindfulness and compassion of a Budda. The section on the Art of Meditation includes easily followed meditations for sitting, walking, eating, loving kindness, forgiveness and compassion.
Category: Buddhist quotations

A Little Book Of Love

Author : Moh Hardin
ISBN : 9780834827530
Genre : Religion
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In the Buddhist tradition, love is not just a feeling but a way of being present with ourselves and others. This book offers practical advice on how to cultivate love, how to deepen it, and how to let it flower in our lives. We may feel great love for our partners, our children, and our friends, but how do we put that love into action so that others are nurtured by it? And what about loving ourselves? How can we develop greater self-acceptance and self-compassion? Meditation teacher Moh Hardin offers key insights and practices from the Buddhist tradition for deepening our relationships and finding true fulfillment in our lives. Topics include: • Simple Buddhist practices for awakening the heart • How and why to become your own best friend • Finding freedom from destructive patterns in relationships • Listening and speaking with love • Loving and letting go Hardin ultimately introduces the inspiring idea of becoming a "bodhisattva warrior," a person who commits to living open-heartedly and working to ease the suffering of the world. Written with unusual clarity, simplicity, and warmth, this little book contains a wealth of wisdom and guidance that could change your life.
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The Little Book Of Being

Author : Diana Winston
ISBN : 9781683643340
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A practical guide to experiencing natural awareness—an effortless and spacious state of resting in the depth or our being. Do you recall, as a child, being enthralled by a drifting cloud, a rain-soaked leaf, a wandering ladybug? Or suddenly having a sense of timelessness, contentment, and ease? If so, then you've already had a taste of natural awareness. Known and revered in many traditions as a complement to focused mindfulness training, natural awareness transcends even these wondrous childhood moments. Some describe it as a profound “awareness of awareness”—an effortless, boundless state of resting in the depth of our being. For those new to meditation and experienced meditators alike, these 72 “mini-chapters” guide you on an in-depth odyssey into natural awareness, illuminated by many simple and enjoyable insights and exercises. The Little Book of Being invites you to explore: The spectrum of awareness practices, from focused mindfulness to flexible mindfulness to natural awareness How classical mindfulness and effortless natural awareness enrich and shape each other, and how to practice both Three ways to move into natural awareness—relaxing effort, broadening awareness, and dropping objects A treasury of “glimpse practices” to spark natural awareness anytime, in just a few moments How to bring this way of “simply being” into your daily life, into your connection with others, and into the world “At first natural awareness may seem far away, just a whisper, but then it will begin to grow and expand and permeate aspects of living. Over time we may feel more peace, more connection to ourselves. We may find ourselves taking life a bit more lightly. We may feel a sense of relaxed ‘beingness’ throughout the day, and when we do get caught in our dramas, we may find ourselves moving out of them quicker than we imagined we could.” —Diana Winston
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The Little Book Of Buddha

Author : Nicola Dixon
ISBN : 0762415991
Genre : Religion
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This palm-size guide to the basic history, tenets, and meditation practices of Buddhism is a perfect way to find some inner peace in today's stressful world, with meditation tips and insight into the value of quiet reflection.
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The Little Monk Meditates

Author : John C. Huntington
ISBN : 0834803291
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This work presents the secrets of Tibetan Buddhist meditation in a 12-step guide to perfect Buddhahood. The book's graphics show the Little Monk as he visualizes the Buddha of Universal Illumination and passes through various stages of seeing, connecting with, and eventually becoming one with Infinite Being.
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Ani Trime S Little Book Of Affirmations

Author : Ani Trime
ISBN : 9781635861853
Genre : Self-Help
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“Every thought I think is creating my future.” So begin the 52 affirmations of Ani Trime, a beloved teacher in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition who began her own life as a gruff, plainspoken West Virginian. Noted for her humor and no-nonsense approach to spiritual practice, Trime offers wise uplifting affirmations that will resonate with everyone. Collected in an appealing, pocket-size volume, Ani Trime’s Little Book of Affirmations features original illustrations created by 39 well-known contemporary commercial artists. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
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How To Sit

Author : Thich Nhat Hanh
ISBN : 9781473529991
Genre : Religion
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How to Sit is part of a charming series of books from Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, exploring the essential foundations of mindful meditation and practise. How to Sit provides explicit, simple directions on the mechanics of posture and breathing, along with instructions for how best to achieve an awakened, relaxed state of clarity to cultivate concentration and compassion.
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How To Meditate Like A Buddhist

Author : Cynthia Kane
ISBN : 9781950253012
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners. No religion or spiritual movement is more known for its association with meditation than Buddhism. Yet, in the Western world there has been very little comprehensive instruction available on this integral practice in book form—until now. In How to Meditate Like a Buddhist, best-selling author and certified meditation instructor Cynthia Kane demystifies this ancient practice and gently teaches you everything you need to know about building a meditation practice that works for you, including detailed guidance on posture, breathing, mindset, overcoming common obstacles, and more. Informed by her own journey and professional training, Kane has distilled the fundamentals of Buddhist meditation into a clear, instructive guide. With her expertise and encouragement, you will learn how to establish a foundational meditation practice that can help you: • Release stress, anxiety, and overwhelm • Change your relationship to unhelpful thoughts and emotions • Rediscover the quiet stillness that lies inside you • Experience greater peace, tranquility, and connection with yourself and others If you are ready to learn how to meditate like a Buddhist, this compact yet powerful book is the perfect place to start.
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The Little Giant Encyclopedia Of Meditations Blessings

Author : Nathaniel Altman
ISBN : 0806965177
Genre : Religion
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Open yourself up to a higher power and find peace, solace, and healing. If you're looking for more to life than the material world offers, these hundreds of meditations, prayers, and blessings from a wide variety of the world's traditions will bring comfort and well-being. Meditation cuts through and calms the tangled mass of feelings that rage through our minds. Nurture the positive spark that lies within by practicing daily meditations to expand the mind, contact energy, and manage pain. Some of them employ candles, sacred symbols, mantras, music, and nature. For each, there are instructions on breathing, posture, and visualization. If meditation encourages listening to a greater spirit, prayers address God--and here are ones for adoration, petition, and silent communion that come from Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Jain, Native America, and more. Some are nondenominational. Finish with blessings, a powerful way to praise the Divine and share loving energy with others. The author lives in Brooklyn, NY. 512 pages, 4 3/16 x 5 1/4.
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The Little Book Of Mindfullness

Author : Tiddy Rowan
ISBN : 9781787135703
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In The Little Book of Mindfulness Tiddy Rowan, herself a practitioner for over 30 years, has gathered together a seminal collection of over 150 techniques, tips, exercises, advice and guided meditations that will enable people at every level to follow the breath, still the mind and relax the body, whilst generating and boosting a feeling of well-being and contentment that will permeate every aspect of everyday life. The perfect little gift to bring lasting happiness and peace for friends and family.
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