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Experience Beyond Thinking: A Practical Guide to Buddhist Meditation (英語) ペーパーバック – 1993/8


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A simple guide to Buddhist meditation with easy-to-follow instructions on both sitting and walking meditation, plus insightful reflections on how to live a Buddhist way of life. Initially, Buddhist meditation is a process of freeing the mind of its entanglements, of learning how to undo the knots and getting beyond thinking. When we live with our minds full of thoughts, we don't sense much more than those thoughts; objects are not seen very clearly because the focus of our attention is directed towards what is in the mind rather than what is in front of us. Meditation allows us to see ourselves plainly as we are, as if standing before a large clear mirror. Nothing is hidden. When we do this, it is like waking up from a dream into a new way of life completely free of all self-imposed restrictions and conflicting states of mind.

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St. Ruth is a practicing buddhists.


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  • ペーパーバック: 172ページ
  • 出版社: Buddhist Pub Group (1993/08)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0946672261
  • ISBN-13: 978-0946672264
  • 発売日: 1993/08
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 14 x 1.1 x 21.6 cm
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Basic observations on Buddhism 2012/5/22
投稿者 mnmama - (Amazon.com)
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Most books about Buddhism are about concepts and discussions of the many teaching lists that the Buddha created. A few of the best are directly about the experience of meditation and the process of progressing awareness. This book is somewhere in between. It is filled with basic observations about Buddhist practice. I have read scores of books about Buddhism over the last year, and this ranks up there, even ahead of most of those that make the lists of the best books on Buddhism. I've been practicing for 3 years and having beginners problems of missing the point of practice. This book was good for me in that it focused on the purpose of practice as being developing awareness and ceasing to live in a world of thoughts (the What is Meditation section). It reverberates with the teachings of Ajahn Sumedho, who imho is the best teacher of Buddhist practice, and focuses on the development of simple intuitive awareness. She also had a lot of specific observations about meditation. I consider that I understand a lot about this already, but I kept running across points that I was newly learning about. (the How to Meditate section). The concluding section is called Living Truth. It was a lot of interesting generalities. I particularly found valuable the section on reincarnation. The Buddha says that the theory of a soul that survives death is incorrect, and that the theory that everything dies with the death of the body is also incorrect. How then to understand this issue? She addresses it. I am going to next read her book on this subject, as well as her Simple Guides to Theravada Buddhism and Zen Buddhism. She is talented at mining simple direct observations about practice.
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投稿者 Joanna Savage - (Amazon.com)
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I sent this to my son in jail and already five others have read it very informative. Joanna Savage
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