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The Great Heart Way: How To Heal Your Life and Find Self-Fulfillment

by Gerry Shishin Wick & Ilia Shinko Perez

Self-compassion. Positive social relations. An enduring sense of freedom and peace.

They're essential parts of our everyday lives, or should be. But each of us struggles with difficult emotions and mental blockages:...


Great Disciples of the Buddha: Their Lives, Their Works, Their Legacy

by Nyanaponika, Hellmuth Hecker & Bodhi

A perennial favorite, Great Disciples of the Buddha is now relaunched in our best-selling Teachings of the Buddha series.

Twenty-four of the Buddha's most distinguished disciples are brought to life in ten chapters...


Wisdom Wide and Deep: A Practical Handbook for Mastering Jhana and Vipassana

by Shaila Catherine & Pa-Auk

Wisdom Wide and Deep is a comprehensive guide to an in-depth training that emphasizes the application of concentrated attention (jhana) to profound and liberating insight (vipassana). With calm, tranquility,...


Everything Yearned For: Manhae's Poems of Love and Longing

by Francisca Cho & David R McCann

Manhae (1879-1944), or Han Yongun, was a Korean Buddhist (Son) monk during the era of Japanese colonial occupation (1910-1945). Manhae is a political and cultural hero in Korea, and his works are studied by...


Healing Breath: Zen for Christians and Buddhists in a Wounded World

by Ruben L. F. Habito

Healing our wounded Earth is not unrelated to healing our own personal wounds. The pains of the Earth and those of the individuals making up our Earth community cannot be separated. Thus the healing of our individual...


Engaged Buddhism in the West

by Christopher S. Queen

Engaged Buddhism is founded on the belief that genuine spiritual practice requires an active involvement in society. Engaged Buddhism in the West illuminates the evolution of this new chapter in the Buddhist...


Divine Stories: Divyavadana, Part 1

by Andy Rotman

Divine Stories is the inaugural volume in a landmark translation series devoted to making the wealth of classical Indian Buddhism accessible to modern readers. The stories here, among the first texts to be inscribed...


The Dharma of Star Wars

by Matthew Bortolin

Is Yoda a Zen Master? What might Jedi training be like? Is the story of Luke Skywalker a spiritual epic?

The answers--as well as excitement, adventure, and a lot of fun--are here!

The Dharma of Star Wars uses...


Blue Jean Buddha: Voices of Young Buddhists

by Sumi Loundon & Jack Kornfield

In an age when the Dalai Lama's image has been used to sell computers, rock stars have used tantra to enhance their image, and for many, Nirvana calls to mind a a favorite band, what does Buddhism mean to twenty-somethings?...


Sitting with Koans: Essential Writings on Zen Koan Introspection

by John Daido Loori & Thomas Yuho Kirchner

The Zen tradition has just two main meditative practices: shikantaza, or "just sitting"; and introspection guided by the powerful Zen teaching stories called koans. Following in the tradition of The Art of Just...


Transforming Problems into Happiness

by Thubten Zopa & Dalai Lama

"Happiness and suffering are dependent upon your mind, upon your interpretation. They do not come from outside, from others. All of your happiness and all of your suffering are created by you, by your own mind,"...


Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An Unfolding Dialogue

by Jeremy D. Safran

"What a wonderful book! Jeremy Safran has assembled an absolutely stellar group of writers and has himself contributed an illuminating introduction. The essays are riveting and the book is the rare edited collection...


Practicing the Path: A Commentary on the Lamrim Chenmo

by Yangsi, Thubten Zopa & Lhundub Sopa

The Lamrim Chenmo, or Great Treatise on the Steps of the Path, by Je Tsongkhapa is a comprehensive overview of the process of individual enlightenment. Meditation on these steps has been a core practice of Tibetan...


Practicing Wisdom: The Perfection of Shantideva's Bodhisattva Way

by Dalai Lama & Thupten Jinpa

Like the bestselling A Flash of Lightning in the Dark of the Night, Practicing Wisdom focuses on Shantideva's Way of the Bodhisattva. While the former includes only a brief introduction to Shantideva's complex...


On Zen Practice: Body, Breath, and Mind

by Bernie Glassman, Taizan Maezumi & Robert Aiken

This updated landmark volume makes available for the first time in decades the teachings that were formative to a whole generation of American Zen teachers and students. Conceived as an overarching primer on...


No River to Cross: Trusting the Enlightenment That's Always Right Here

by Daehaeng, Chong go Sunim & Robert Buswell

It is often said that enlightenment means "crossing over to the other shore," that far-off place where we can at last be free from suffering. Likewise, it is said that Buddhist teachings are the raft that takes...


Mud and Water: The Collected Teachings of Zen Master Bassui

by Bassui Tokusho & Arthur Braverman

The fourteenth-century Zen master Bassui was recognized as one of the most important Zen teachers of his time. Accessible and eloquent, these teachings cut to the heart of the great matter of Zen, pointing directly...


Mindful Politics: A Buddhist Guide to Making the World a Better Place

by Melvin McLeod

"I've studied politics my entire life. It's been because of my time working on this book that I've finally learned what's really important in politics." So says Melvin McLeod, editor of Mindful Politics, a book...


Zen Questions: Zazen, Dogen, and the Spirit of Creative Inquiry

by Taigen Dan Leighton

Whether speaking of student or master, Zen hinges on the question. Zen practice does not necessarily focus on the answers, but on finding a space in which we may sustain uncertainty and remain present and upright...


Mind in Comfort and Ease: The Vision of Enlightenment in the Great Perfection

by Dalai Lama, Patrick Gaffney & Sogyal

Here, in a teaching of outstanding completeness and clarity, the Dalai Lama sets out the key principles of Buddhism, showing how the mind can be transformed, and suffering overcome, through love, compassion,...