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The Gift of Anger: And Other Lessons from My Grandfather Mahatma Gandhi

by Arun Gandhi

Discover ten vital and extraordinary life lessons from one of the most important and influential philosophers and peace activists of the twentieth century—Mahatma Gandhi—in this poignant and timely exploration...

Tao Te Ching (with commentary)

by Lao Tzu & Rory B Mackay

The Tao Te Ching is one of the world's oldest and most treasured pieces of literature. Written around 2,500 years ago by the enigmatic Lao Tzu, its timeless wisdom and transformative message remain every bit...


by Lee Embrey

Yogachara, The Purity of Direct Experience, by Dr. Lee Embrey, is a modern interpretation of an ancient yogic method long since neglected, yet particularly relevant today. Focused on the ultimate goal of yoga—realization...

Samurai Wisdom Stories: Tales from the Golden Age of Bushido

by Pascal Fauliot & Sherab Chödzin Kohn

A collection of samurai stories, drawn from traditional sources, of battles, strategy, conflict, and intrigue--featuring some of the greatest warriors and military leaders of the samurai era.


The Great Learning

by Confucius

The Great Learning was one of the "Four Books" in Confucianism. The Great Learning had come from a chapter in the Classic of Rites which formed one of the Five Classics. It consists of a short main text attributed...

The Tao of Architecture

by Amos Ih Tiao Chang & David Wang

Frank Lloyd Wright first noted the affinity between modern Western architecture and the philosophy of the ancient Chinese writer Laotzu. In this classic work, Amos Ih Tiao Chang expands on that idea, developing...

JUNG E LA FILOSOFIA ORIENTALE. Il libro per conoscere e amare la cultura Yoga, il Buddhismo e la Meditazione Zen, il Tao, i Mandala e l'I Ching

by Barbara Barone

Carl Gustav Jung è da ritenersi non solo uno storico psichiatra e psicoanalista ma anche e soprattutto un grandissimo studioso delle culture e filosofie orientali. Se vogliamo, in tal senso, fu un vero e proprio...

Why the Dalai Lama is a Socialist

by Terry Gibbs

  • The first accessibly written book to link Buddhism to socialist thought and social justice more broadly
  • Interest in Buddhism has increased dramatically in recent years, particularly following the massive popularity...

Le Code de la Destinée Révélé

by Joey Yap

La suite du best-seller Le Code de la Destinée ouvre de nouvelles perspectives !

Tout est lié au choix du bon moment, et l’objectif du Bazi réside dans le fait de faire la bonne chose au bon moment. Comprendre...

Le Code de la Destinée

by Joey Yap

Prendre le contrôle de votre vie commence par vous comprendre vous-même, mais également votre destinée et votre chance.

Dans la vie, il y aura toujours des défis à relever. Mais si vous comprenez et savez...

The Spirit of Zen: The Classic Teaching Stories on The Way to Enlightenment

by Solala Towler

Zen is probably the most well known yet misunderstood version of Buddhism in the West. The Spirit of Zen presents the most basic principles and practices of Zen in a simple yet authentic fashion. The Spirit...

The Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy

by Curie Virág

In China, the debate over the moral status of emotions began around the fourth century BCE, when early philosophers first began to invoke psychological categories such as the mind (xin), human nature (xing),...

The Ruler's Guide: China's Greatest Emperor and His Timeless Secrets of Success

by Chinghua Tang

In the classic tradition of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, here for the first time in English is the timeless wisdom of China’s greatest emperor Tang Taizong (598-649 AD), which is still being studied more than...

Power of Breath: The Art of Breathing Well for Harmony, Happiness and Health

by Swami Saradanandra

Breathing is the most fundamental of our body's physical processes, yet most of us give it little or no thought in our daily lives. However, once fully acknowledged and harnessed, the power of the breath is...

Moral Psychology of Confucian Shame

by Bongrae Seok

Early Confucian philosophers (notably Confucius and Mencius) emphasized moral significance of shame in self-cultivation and learning. In their discussion, shame is not just a painful sense of moral failure or...

The Sound of the One Hand: 281 Zen Koans with Answers

by Yoel Hoffmann, Yoel Hoffman & Dror Burstein

When The Sound of the One Hand came out in Japan in 1916 it caused a scandal. Zen was a secretive practice, its wisdom relayed from master to novice in strictest privacy. That a handbook existed recording not...

The Zen Parent Guide Raising Kids with a Smile

by Amy Giustino Talbot

Parenting, while simply amazing, is one of the most exhausting and challenging paths we can choose. As parents, we are under more pressure than ever to keep up with today’s ever-changing “standards.”...

Traditional Korean Philosophy

by Youngsun Back & Philip J. Ivanhoe

This unique volume of original essays presents in-depth analyses of representative periods, problems, and debates within the long and rich history of Korean philosophy. It provides the reader with a sense of...

See Your Way to Mindfulness: Ideas and Inspiration to Open Your I

by David Schiller

Seeing, really seeing, is like meditation. In a world filled with distraction, seeing mindfully is a way to pay attention, to hit pause and find calm by focusing on what’s directly in front of us. See Your...

Of the progresse of the bodhisattva: the bodhisattvamarga in the Sik¿asamuccaya

by Richard Brian Mahoney


The Buddha is credited with clearly and succinctly expounding the Buddhist path (mārga). Despite the eloquence and brevity of the Buddha’s exposition, the corpus of Buddhist scriptures explaining...