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Buddhist Books - Buddhism Practices. Theravada Buddhism is the oldest tradition. Buddhist Books avilable are on Reki Healing, Theravada Buddhism and Meditation.
Theravada Buddhism books is what was taught and practiced by the greatest Sage that India ever produced, Siddharta Gotama, the Buddha. Buddhist Books Strictly speaking, it was not his teaching but the eternal truth rediscovered by him. Buddha is not the name of a person but a title meaning Awakened-One. Some Buddhist Books take Theravada Buddhism as a religion, others Buddhist Meditation regard it as a philosophy. If we carefully examine the earliest records we would see that Theravada Buddhism should best be described as a psychology or even more appropriately, a psychotherapy. Reki Healing in Theravada Buddhism does deal with Buddhist Books religious as Buddhist Meditation well as philosophical, social and individual problems, yet it does so by first bringing them into the field of psychology and solves them as psychological problems. Buddhist Books of Buddhism Buddhist Meditation is also not a kind of mysterious mysticism as some understand it because even mystic states are understood in Buddhist psychology to be just different altered mental states.
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11/29/2014
Facing environmental crisis, can Buddhist values offer non-religious China a greener path?
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio RELATED LINKS U.S.-China pledge on carbon emissions draws cheers, jeers and skepticism – Part 1 Why U.S. and China agreed on climate change action – Part 2 Author Evan Osnos explores rapid changes underway in China in ‘Age of Ambition’ JUDY WOODRUFF: In a surprise announcement during the president’s visit to Beijing a few weeks ago, the U.S. and China reached a ...

11/28/2014
Marrying a Buddhist is Marrying Out, Right?
Their daughter is about to marry a Jewish-raised man who has recently become a serious buddhist. They ask the Seesaw for help in explaining to their daughter that a Jubu home is an interfaith home. Click here for the rest of the article...

11/28/2014
Muslim communities facing a 'backlash' over law
Representatives from New Zealand's Islamic, Buddhist and Jewish communities have implored MPs not to "up the rhetoric" against minority religious groups.

10/30/2014
Volokh Conspiracy: Buddhist nationalist group in Burma calls for restrictions on interfaith marriage
"'A lot of Buddhist people are afraid their Buddhist religion will disappear if the Muslim population grows. Our Buddhist monks are worried the Muslim population will influence the country,' the [Rakhine Nationalities Development Party (RNDP)] lawmaker Pe Than said."

11/25/2014
Malaysia's Buddhist Chief for meeting in Vatican
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's Buddhist Chief High Priest Datuk K. Sri Dhammaratana will attend a meeting on modern slavery and human trafficking with prominent world religious leaders in Vatican City on Dec 2.

11/18/2014
Berkeley Buddhist Temple hosts homecoming of famed Beat poet Gary Snyder
Gary Snyder, 84, is one of the last Beat writers and has published more than 20 books, winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1975 for his poetry book "Turtle Island." The occasion for Snyder's Berkeley appearance was a newly released collection of translations of poems and other works by Zen master Hakuin Zenji (1685-1769.)


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