This user’s guide to Buddhist basics takes the most commonly asked questions—beginning with "What is the essence of the Buddha’s teachings?"—and provides simple answers in plain English. Thubten Chodron’s responses to the questions that always seem to arise among people approaching Buddhism make this an exceptionally complete and accessible introduction—as well as a manual for living a more peaceful, mindful, and satisfying Life. Buddhism for Beginners is an ideal first book on the subject for anyone, but it’s also a wonderful resource for seasoned students, since the question-and-answer format makes it easy to find just the topic you’re looking for, such as: • What is the goal of the Buddhist path? • What is karma? • If all phenomena are empty, does that mean nothing exists? • How can we deal with fear? • How do I establish a regular meditation practice? • What are the qualities I should look for in a teacher? • What is Buddha-nature? • Why can't we remember our past lives?
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Buddhism: A Beginners Guide Book For True Self Discovery and Living A Balanced and Peaceful LifeFind out all about mysterious Buddhism, its origins, its secrets and its answers to the challenges of modern life.This book contains a basic overview of Buddhism, including the life of Buddha, and the various kinds of Buddhism that have developed. It takes a look at all the key concepts and most important teachings, methods and insights in a way that is easy to understand. Filled with a wealth of common-sense and other-worldly wisdom, the path to enlightenment is considered. Learn about meditation, mindfulness, happiness, Samadhi, Nirvana and all the other important concepts that have helped shape our understanding of reality. Find out about Zen Buddhism, and study all the basic elements that make the Buddha Dharma so compelling to people of all walks of life.Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...*Learn about Siddartha Guatama, who became the Buddha*Find out about different Buddhist schools*Understand Meditation, mindfulness and awareness*Learn about relaxing and letting go, and its benefits*Find out what Samadhi is all about*Find out about Karma, whether good or bad.*Discover the teachings about reincarnation*Learn about impermanence, and how that affects you*Consider the status of women in Buddhism*Find out what Buddhism means in practical life*Discover the wisdom latent inside you*Learn to let go of anger and frustration*Learn how all things are connected, including you*Discover new mental possibilities*Find your own path to enlightenment* Much, much more!Make use of this book today to educate yourself about one of the most popular ideas in history - transcending the mundane and discovering the ultimate. Get to know Buddhism intimately, and understand why it has had such a powerful effect on the world.Download Today!Tags: Buddhism, Zen, Enlightenment, Samadhi, Nirvana, Dharma, Buddha, Siddartha, Guatama, Meditation, Dalai Lama, Mahayana, Theravada, Impermanence
Description What exactly is Buddhism? A religion? A philosophy? Buddhism is a religion, but it is not! Is Buddhism a philosophy? Yes and no! For those willing to understand Buddhism in-depth, this is a simple guide, and it touches on several topics such as Zen Buddhism, meditation, mindfulness and how to become stress- and anxiety-free. There are also some people with misconceptions about what Buddhism is all about. Your misconceptions and the grey areas will be explained in detail in this book with the hope that you will take the next steps to become a Buddhist. This book has carefully highlighted all you need to learn as a beginner Buddhist in the simplest of forms to make you easily assimilate into the Buddhist teachings. Furthermore, it's expected that when you are done reading this book, you will be able to know what Buddhism is and what Buddhism is not; you will be able to give answers to fundamental questions about Buddhism. I also hope that you will use the teachings of Buddha in this book to enhance your lifestyle and become a better person in all ramifications of life. If this is your first time reading a book on Buddhism, I want you to see it as an incredible privilege to have this book in your hand as it will be one of the most informative books you will read about Buddhism. I have taken due diligence to write extensively on Buddhism as well as share my personal thoughts to make this book more comprehensive than what you will read elsewhere. In this book, I am not going to give you an expansive load of literature about Buddhism; rather I have carefully structured the chapters and subheadings to provide you with great value as you read. The boundless opportunities and advantages inherent in reading this book are numerous and can only be quantified on a personal basis as everyone assimilates and reasons differently after reading a book. However, generally, I believe this book with its rich and extensive information about Buddhism will come in handy for every reader. I will provide a list of references for further reading about Buddhism and topics I will cover in this book. This book will provide answers to most of your questions and doubts about Buddhism; this will ensure you clear all your doubts as you move towards the concluding part of the book. Lastly, I recommend that this book should be read with an open mind in order to learn. It is not just about Buddhism; instead, it is about a lifestyle that can offer something positive to those who follow its teachings. This book is intended to be the reference point for beginner Buddhists as they will read about the fundamental principles and benefits of Buddhism. This book covers: Who Was Buddha? What is Buddhism? Buddhism philosophy The four noble truths Buddhism religion Buddhism lifestyle Zen Buddhism The different schools of Buddhism What are the 5 precepts of Buddhism? Buddhism daily practices Why you should improve your karma Practicing yoga Practicing meditation to relief the stress and think positive ...And much more Do you want to learn more? Don't wait anymore, press the buy now button and get started!!
Unlock your spirituality and discover how Buddhist principles can transform your life. Are you looking for a profound introduction to Buddha's teachings? Do you have a busy life, and you want to know how Buddhist philosophy can help you appreciate the present moment, quell anxiety, and promote feelings of peace? Then it's time to try this book. No matter how busy your life is, Buddhist teachings are essential tools for a happy and fulfilled life. They help you experience mindfulness, reduce the stress of daily activities, and promote the calm and tranquillity that comes from Zen meditation. Now, this book explores the ancient Buddhist teachings, offering you a practical roadmap to incorporating this philosophy into a modern lifestyle. Covering the Four Noble Truths, the Six Perfections, and how you can find joy in the present moment, inside you'll discover: An Exploration of Buddhism - Noble Truths, The Realms of Desire, and Much More Understanding What Reincarnation and Karma Really Mean The Powerful, Scientifically-Proven Benefits of Practicing Buddhism The Secret To Finding Joy and Contentment In The Present Moment Why YOU Should Be Practicing Meditation (and How To Start Today) Practical Methods For Incorporating Buddhism Into a Busy, Modern Life And Much More... With tips and tricks for beginners, simple yet foolproof ways to turn meditation into a lifelong habit, and how Buddhist teachings can even improve your personal and professional life, now you can explore how Buddhism will change your life even if you're always busy. So don't wait! Scroll up and Buy Now to uncover Buddhism like never before!
A Beginner's Guide To Understanding & Practicing Buddhism Buddhism is one of the world's oldest spiritual traditions - having existed for more than 2500 years. It's currently practiced by more than 480 million people all across the globe. While countless religions have been abandoned through the centuries, the insights and practices of Buddhism are still carried on today in every corner of the world. In this beginner's guide, we will provide the basic outlines of the understanding of the world that informs Buddhist practice. Key concepts and terms will be introduced one by one. In this way, it will be easier to grasp the way Buddhists see the world and the nature of human existence. This is vital to learn if you aim to walk the path yourself. Understanding key concepts - enlightenment, true self, the nature of reality, and the causes of suffering - are fundamental to guiding meditation practice and a Buddhist way of life. During the course of this book we will explore: Siddhartha Gautama & the Origin of Buddhism The Nature Of A "Buddha" Buddhism Today The Sutras Dharma & "The Four Reliances" The Kalama Discourse The Abhidharma The Thee Major Buddhist Traditions The Three Marks of Existence & The Four Noble Truths Buddhist Cosmology The Five Skandhas The Three Poisons & The Three Jewels Meditation & Mindfulness Buddhism In Everyday Life And more! Be prepared venture onto a road of great discovery and inner peace.
Do you know what Buddhism is? Do you want to know how to practice Buddhism? Buddhism is a religion, a philosophy and a lifestyle. The name comes from the word "buddha," which translates to "to awaken." It was 2,500 years ago when the Buddha, known then as Siddhartha Gautama, experienced the awakening himself and thus founded Buddhism. As mentioned in the introduction, Buddhism is more than just a religion. In order to be a practicing Buddhist, you must: Lead a moral existence Develop awareness and practice mindfulness in your everyday thoughts and deeds Practice the virtues of wisdom and understanding Much like Hinduism, Buddhism is also rooted in the Indian subcontinent or, more precisely, Ancient India. The two faiths thus have much in common with regard to teachings, history and core principles. Both Buddhism and Hinduism, like other Indian religions, can also be considered as dharmas. Buddhism can be viewed as a unique philosophy that branched out of old Hindu traditions. Siddhartha Gautama himself came from a Hindu family before he ever embarked upon his journey. He spread these new, reformed ideas throughout India at first, but the Buddhist religion later dwindled in India towards the middle ages. Luckily, by that time, the religion had spread through a significant portion of Asia, where it has remained popular and maintained a foothold despite its decline in the homeland. One of the greatest differences between Hinduism and Buddhism is the fact that Hinduism is a clearly theistic religion where numerous gods are worshipped, while Buddhism is mostly atheistic. To become Buddhist is to understand the world, to appreciate its beauty and to comprehend its injustices. To become Buddhist is to develop respect for the world and for all that dwells in it, and to recognize the interconnection between all living beings. Buddhism will help you see the purpose to life. When you follow Buddhism's code of practice, it will inevitably lead you to a genuinely happy, meaningful, and fulfilled existence. The reason why Buddhism has continued to thrive throughout the centuries is that the ancient teachings of the Buddha continue to provide generation after generation with simple answers, which address the very root of their problems. Whether the problem is physical illness, emotional emptiness, spiritual starvation, psychological issues, or social conflict, Buddhism holds the solution for them all. As history shows, clinging to religion has helped various groups of people to cope with the difficulties they experienced in this world. Buddhism has done the same and has never stopped to do so. Its philosophies have never ceased to remain relevant. That's because Buddhism recognizes that the root of human suffering throughout history is always the same. Therefore, the solution, too, is constant. In other words, the teachings of the Buddha remain applicable even to contemporary societies. In a modern world plagued with materialism, there is a greater need to learn and to live out the philosophies of Buddhism. In this book you will find: Introduction to Buddhism Different Schools of Buddhism Nirvana: What Is It and Why Is It Important in Buddhism Reincarnation: What Is It and Why Is It Important in Buddhism And many more Are you ready to start? Look no more! Scroll up and Click the "Buy now with 1-Click" button to get this wonderful book: Buddhism for Beginners from Dharma Self
Are you thinking about becoming a Buddhist? The modern practice of Buddhism stems from a long history, and this the guide that teaches you where it began, how it works and if it's for you.Buddhist teachings can and will change your life for the better. Each different sect brings with it a set of valuable lessons. To understand the practice, it's important that you learn about the man who started Buddhism, and his path to enlightenment. Then you can start your own. In Buddhism for Beginners, I walk you through the key premise of Buddhism, a journey from suffering (dukkha) to the cessation of that suffering (nirvana). Inside, you'll hear about the critical beliefs and concepts that make Buddhism such a powerfully enlightening path to take. In this detailed guide you'll learn: -About the life of the Buddha and his wise teachings-Of the four noble truths and how to find them-To seek the eightfold path, of wisdom, moral and mental discipline-About the Dharma Seals, and the 3 Bodies of Buddha-How to discover the five powers-About key Buddhist concepts and terms that will further your studies-About pilgrimage sites, festivals and what they meanIf you're ready to open your heart and mind to a new philosophy, a religion, a practice that will energize and heal your life - then I encourage you to invest in this guide. Beginners that start along the Buddhist path often find it more rewarding than they had ever imagined. If Buddhism calls to you, it's time that you answered.Learn about Buddhism and its practice in this guide. Get it now and be a Buddhist!Our Book Covers the following Topics: - Buddhism for Beginners - Buddhism - buddhism without beliefs - buddhism plain and simple - tibetan buddhism - vipassana meditation - Vipassana -
How is an awakening different from enlightenment? Can agnostics and atheists be Buddhist? Am I supposed to stop thinking when I meditate? In this Buddhism for Beginners, renowned Buddhism teacher and host of the popular Secular Buddhism podcast, Noah Rasheta, delivers an easily accessible introduction to the teachings of Buddhism that answers these common questions and many more. With This Buddhism for Beginners you'll gain a fundamental understanding of Buddhism and how to apply the philosophies in your everyday life, through: -What is buddhism? -Buddhism outsider -Tibetan buddhism meditation -Is religion a buddhism? -Basic buddhism beliefs -Buddhism origin and its true goal -Pre-sectarian and buddha buddhism -The buddhism history -The practical of buddhism teaching -Therapeutic intervention and buddhism -And More Presented in a simple, conversational style, the information and guidance in this book of Buddhism for Beginners provides the groundwork that is necessary for building or continuing your own Buddhist practice. Get the book today!!!
Buddhism For Beginners An insightful guide into one of the world's three major religions and wisdom behind its philosophy and teachings. There once was a prince who left everything; he had to walk the Middle Path and attain enlightenment. So moved was he by the sufferings and the plight of the people that he saw outside the palace walls that he left a life of wealth, riches, and everything that a prince could want to search for a way to end the cycle of suffering. His actions brought about the birth of one of the world's most peace-loving religions Any beginner who is looking to take up Buddhism is going to need Buddhism for Beginners in their library. Buddhism is one of the world's three oldest religions, yet not many fully understand what this religion encompasses. Despite being a religion, the one notable thing about Buddhism that distinguishes it from the rest is that Buddhism does not worship any God or deity. Yes, Buddha was not a God; he was a person. A former prince maybe, but not a God. Prince Siddhartha Gautama was the very first Buddha to walk the earth, and since then, several Buddhas have come and gone. Buddha is not a person, but a name for those who have managed to successfully attain what all Buddhists seek to do: Attain Nirvana (Enlightenment). If you were wondering why the statues of Buddha always seem to be depicted different, this is one of the reasons why. Prince Siddhartha was the first, but he certainly was not the last. Buddhism is a religion that focuses on teaching its followers about suffering, the causes of suffering, and what they can do to end the cycle. Suffering is an inevitable part of life, yet it is a part that nearly everyone strives or deny. Yet, Buddhism believes that the key to happiness lies in our ability to embrace the sufferings of this life, and develop a greater understanding of the world around us so that we might one day no longer be afflicted by the pain that suffering brings. This is the ideal guide for anyone who is looking to broaden their understanding of this remarkable religion and the way its teachings can transform the way that we live. What Buddhism for Beginners is going to cover includes: - A historical look at Buddhism and the story of a prince - How Buddhist philosophy can be used to live a better life - A look at life, death, and spirituality - Understanding what it means to be a Buddhist - An introduction into the gestures, Right Discipline, and practices - The benefits of Buddhism - Understanding suffering, karma, reincarnation, and yoga - What the life of a Buddhist is like - The practices you can implement in your life - Mindfulness and acceptance techniques to help manage stress and anxiety - A Buddhist's diet - Meditative practices - What you didn't know about Buddhism Scroll Up and 'Add To Cart' To Get Your Copy Today!
Second Edition Now Available! "Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most."-Buddha Have you longed for a sense of peace in your life? Have you found yourself craving a kind of happiness you cannot define? Have you ever considered how Buddhism might enrich your life? Forget what you think you may know about this ancient and culturally significant religion, and open your mind to the limitless possibilities that Buddhism has in store for you. Over 2,500 years old and just as vibrant and powerful as ever, the teachings of the Buddha have transcended language, culture, and time-and remains one of the most influential forms of practice and higher thought on Earth. Learn how to ease suffering from your life and achieve ultimate happiness through the understanding and practice of Buddhist teachings. Buddhism for Beginners succeeds as a fine introduction to the Buddha's life, and how the practical application of his teachings can benefit all of us who seek a deeper connection to the world around us. Here's what to expect in the Beginners' guide: A comprehensive understanding of what Buddhism is and where it comes from Who Buddha was and how his teachings apply to the modern world Karma and why you've been looking at it the wrong way What mindfulness is and what it is not A guide to Vipassana and the art of accepting reality An introduction to meditation and its benefits A glimpse into the everyday life of monks And much, much more! Beautifully crafted and conveyed with all the gravity and loveliness its topic demands, this guide for beginners is a breath of fresh air. If you are ready to enrich your life and accept a higher way of thinking, look no further than this introductory guide to Buddhism and its benefits. Begin your journey with Buddhism for Beginners: How to Go From Beginner to Monk and Master Your Mind today. "Happiness does not depend on what you have or who you are.It solely relies on what you think."