What Is Meditation?

What Is Meditation?

Buddhism for Everyone

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     Here is Buddhism in a nutshell: In just over a hundred pages, using simple language that anyone can understand, What Is Meditation? delivers as complete a treatment of Buddhist teaching and practice as many books twice its length. It covers both the basics of the Buddhist worldview—which many people call a philosophy, not a religion—and the age-old practice it offers to help us unfold our innate qualities of compassion, self-acceptance, and inner peace.

Baker & Taylor
A concise overview of Buddhist teaching and practice discusses the essential principles, history, and philosophy of Buddhism; examines its teachings on karma, reincarnation, bodhisattva, and other ideals; and offers simple instructions on how to meditate

Baker
& Taylor

A concise overview of Buddhist teaching and practice discusses the essential principles, history, and philosophy of Buddhism; examines its teachings on karma, reincarnation, bodhisattva, and other ideals; and offers simple instructions on how to meditate. 10,000 first printing.

Publisher: Boston : Shambhala : Distributed in the U.S. by Random House, 1999.
Edition: 1st Shambhala ed.
ISBN: 9781570624216
1570624216
Branch Call Number: 294.34435 NAI
Characteristics: xii, 96 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.

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