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The Essentials of Tibetan Buddhism Paperback – Febru by Lama Jampa Thaye (Author) out of 5 stars 17 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions /5(11). The content is at times very difficult reading but this book is essential for anyone from the west who wants to be even a semi-serious student of Tibetan Buddhism. When not just presenting translations of classic text, Robert Thurman is extremely accessible, his understanding of Tibetan Buddhism opens 4/5. Buddhism is a religion based on the teachings of the Buddha. The Buddha did not write down any teachings but taught orally. His teachings were later written down by his followers. Whilst there are different approaches and strands of Buddhism. All approaches share some common beliefs. Essentials of Buddhism Compassion. Buddhism holds the belief that . Essential Buddhism is a read that struggles between what it says in its title and what you find. Some parts are long and wordy and yet some parts, the bare essentials of Buddhism are great and remarkably vivid. It was a good read and hopefully people can take what they can from it.4/5(21).
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Title: Essentials of Buddhism Speaker: Dr. Timothy Tennent, Asbury Theological Seminary This course serves as a summary of the beliefs and practices of Buddhism by Dr. Timothy Tennent. There are four messages that will introduce readers to a summary of the beliefs and practices of File Size: 1MB. Essential Buddhism responds to these questions and many more, offering an accessible, global perspective on the religion's past, present, and future. It identifies how the principal concepts and practices originated and evolved through diverse cultural adaptations into three basic formats. Essentials of insight meditation practice: a pragmatic approach to vipassana / Venerable Sujiva. ISBN 1. Vipasyana (Buddhism). 2. Meditation (Buddhism). I. Title. ISBN – Cover photo: Auckland, New Zealand Cover design & File Size: 3MB. The author of "The Essentials" is the sixth-century monk and meditation master, Shramana Zhiyi (Chih-i), one of the most illustrious figures in the history of Chinese Buddhism. Master Zhiyi is famous for his role in the founding of the Tiantai teachings lineage and for his authorship of a quartet of meditation manuals of which this is one.