Buddhism 101

Author: Arnie Kozak
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1507204345
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Whether you’re just looking to understand Buddhism or explore the philosophy in your own life and own journey to Enlightenment, this book gives you everything you need to know!

Buddhism 101

Author: Lance Devoir
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ISBN: 9781500729592
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If you'd like to learn about Buddhism, along with how to get started this is the book for you! Here's a Preview of What Buddhism 101 Contains:Understanding Buddhism The first Buddha and his teachings Buddhism all over the world!

Japanese Rinzai Zen Buddhism

Author: J2rn Borup
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004165576
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In a performative speech form he stated his promise to keep alive and propagate
the Buddhist dharma and the Rinzai lineage. The ceremony was closed to the
public, when representatives from the Rinzai clergy returned to the old “mother-
temple” Daitokuji, where a symbolic communion confirmed the close relation
between the different sects, between the new master and his lineage, and
between origin (tradition) and transmission.101 Installing the priest Yamakawa
Sōgen was not ...

Responses To 101 Questions On Buddhism

Author: John Renard
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809138784
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While traveling in Korea in 1983, I had several experiences that impressed on me
Buddhism's uncanny ability to play the part of a revered presence in society even
for members of another faith community. After attending the priestly ordination of
a Korean Jesuit friend, the new priest invited me to join his family for a day of
sightseeing around Seoul. They did not get to the capital often and wanted to
make the rounds of some of Korea's 154 101 QUESTIONS ON BUDDHISM.

Making Sense Of Tantric Buddhism

Author: Christian K Wedemeyer
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231530951
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Rhys davids, Buddhist India, 320 [emphasis mine]. davidson, Indian Esoteric
Buddhism, 4. davidson, Indian Esoteric Buddhism, 101 [italics mine]. Curiously,
one finds the following claim in Weber: “The whole history of monasticism is in a
certain sense the history of a continual struggle with the problem of the
secularizing influence of wealth” (Weber, Protestant Ethic, 174). h. White,
Metahistory, 22. Shaw, Passionate Enlightenment, 20. Tucci, Tibetan Painted
Scrolls, 209 [italics mine].

Religion 101

Author: Peter Archer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 144057264X
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From Jesus and the Four Noble Truths to the Buddhist Wheel of Existence, this book provides you with thought-provoking insight into the customs and beliefs of common faiths like Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam.

The Buddhist Catechism

Author: Henry Steel Olcott
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1775415279
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not help to dispel what Professor Rhys-Davids calls "The desperate expedient of
a mystery" (Buddhism, p. 101), if we regarded the life-undulation as individuality
and each of its series of natal manifestations as a separate personality? We must
have two words to distinguish between the concepts, and I find none so clear and
expressive as the two I have chosen. The perfected individual, Buddhistically
speaking, is a Buddha, I should say; for a Buddha is but the rare flower of
humanity, ...

Knowing Body Moving Mind

Author: Patricia Q Campbell
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199911363
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If this question refers to the history, doctrine, and various cultural manifestations
of the tradition—that is, detailed information about Buddhism as a historical world
religion— then the answer is that newcomers learned very little. Nor was that the
objective of the introductory courses. The classes were not, as one respondent
put it, intended as “Buddhism 101.” What was unique about the courses, and I
believe unique about the learning processes as a result, was the fact that they
were ...