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Compassion: Listening to the Cries of the World

by Christina Feldman

Compassion in the face of pain, anguish, or unspeakable evil often produces confusion and bewilderment: How can someone endure such unjust suffering with such calm? Wouldn't it be more natural, and more proper,...


Happiness Is an Inside Job: Practicing for a Joyful Life

by Sylvia Phd Boorstein

How can we stay engaged with life day after day? How can we continue to love–to keep our minds in a happy mood–when life is complex, difficult, and, often, disappointing? Bestselling author and beloved teacher...


Open Heart, Open Mind: Awakening the Power of Essence Love

by Tsoknyi Rinpoche & Eric Swanson

In Open Heart, Open Mind, Tsoknyi Rinpoche—one of the most beloved of the contemporary generation of Tibetan Buddhist meditation masters—explains that a life free of fear, pain, insecurity, and doubt is...


Studying Buddhism in Practice

by John S. Harding

This book introduces the rich realities of the Buddhist tradition and the academic approaches through which they are studied. Based on personal experiences of Buddhism on the ground, it provides a reflective...


The Zen of Creativity: Cultivating Your Artistic Life

by John Daido Loori

For many of us, the return of Zen conjures up images of rock gardens and gently flowing waterfalls. We think of mindfulness and meditation, immersion in a state of being where meaning is found through simplicity....


Buddhist Thought: A Complete Introduction to the Indian Tradition

by Paul Williams, Anthony Tribe & Alexander Wynne

This book serves as an accessible and reliable survey for students wishing to gain familiarity with the basic ideas of Buddhist philosophical and religious thought, and with some of the recent research in the...


Square Sun Square Moon: A Collection of Sweet Sour Essays

by Paul Reps

Some of these writings have appeared in American Fabrics magazine, New York, USA and in Mainichi Daily News, Tokyo, Japan, to whom thanks, thanks.

All of them are about human experiences in China, Samoa, Tahiti,...


Readings of the Platform Sutra

by Morten Schlütter & Stephen Teiser

This anthology of secondary readings of The Platform Sutra is designed to introduce the undergraduate to one of the most popular and influential Chan (Zen) Buddhist texts. The sutra purportedly contains the...


The Lankavatara Sutra: Translation and Commentary

by Red Pine

Having translated The Diamond Sutra and The Heart Sutra, and following with The Platform Sutra, Red Pine now turns his attention to perhaps the greatest Sutra of all. The Lankavatara Sutra is the holy grail...


The Power of Denial: Buddhism, Purity, and Gender

by Bernard Faure

Innumerable studies have appeared in recent decades about practically every aspect of women's lives in Western societies. The few such works on Buddhism have been quite limited in scope. In The Power of Denial...


Speaking for Buddhas

by Richard Nance

As with many religious and philosophical traditions, Buddhist intellectual discourse owes its development to a dynamic interplay of primary source material and subsequent interpretation, yet until now Buddhist...


Mind and Life: Discussions with the Dalai Lama on the Nature of Reality

by Pier Luisi & Zara Houshmand

For over a decade, a small group of scientists and philosophers—members of the Mind and Life Institute—have met regularly to explore the intersection between science and the spirit. At one of these meetings,...


Joyful Wisdom: Embracing Change and Finding Freedom

by Yongey Rinpoche Mingyur & Eric Swanson

Yongey Mingyur is one of the most celebrated among the new generation of Tibetan meditation masters, whose teachings have touched people of all faiths around the world. His first book, The Joy of Living, was...


Why the Dalai Lama Matters: His Act of Truth as the Solution for China, Tibet, and the World

by Robert Thurman

His Holiness the Dalai Lama is an extraordinary example of a life dedicated to peace, communication, and unity. What he represents, and what he has accomplished, heals and transcends the current tensions between...


Encouraging Words: Zen Buddhist Teachings for Western Students

by Robert Aitken

Encouraging Words is a collection of short talks and brief essays that Aitken Rashi has offered his students at meditation retreats during the past two decades. They are arranged according to themes central...


Everyday Enlightenment: The Essential Guide to Finding Happiness in the Modern World

by Gyalwang Drukpa

An engaging and practical guide to finding hapiness today, written by one of the most influential Buddhist leaders in the world.

 

“I love the modern world; we have so many opportunities to be...


Meditating with Character

by Kamalamani

Meditating with Character invites the reader to get really curious about what goes on in their meditation practice, through understanding their embodying and disembodying habits. These habits and patterns are...


Buddhist and Christian?: An Exploration of Dual Belonging

by Rose Drew

The last century witnessed a gradual but profound transformation of the West's religious landscape. In today's context of diversity, people are often influenced by, and sometimes even claim to belong to, more...


Fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhism

by Rebecca Novick

In Tibetan, the word for Buddhist means “insider”—someone who looks not to the world but to themselves for peace and happiness. The basic premise of Buddhism is that all suffering, however real it may seem,...


Being Buddha at Work: 108 Ancient Truths on Change, Stress, Money, and Success

by Franz Metcalf & BJ Gallagher

Combining the talents of a professor of religion and an expert on workplace dynamics, this book continues the tradition begun by its bestselling predecessor, What Would Buddha Do (more than 30,000 copies sold),...