eBook Heart of Buddhist Meditation: A Handbook of Mental Training Based on the Buddha's Way of Mindfulness download
by Venerable Nyanaponika A. Thera
Author: Venerable Nyanaponika A. Thera
Publisher: Buddhist Publication Society,Sri Lanka; New ed of 2 Revised ed of edition (June 8, 1998)
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Venerable Nyanaponik. aperback. It will also be of interest to anyone curious about the nature of Buddhist awakening and the means to that end.
This book is not for the beginner or curiosity seekers.
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Nyanaponika Thera (1901–94) was born in Germany and became a Buddhist monk in Sri Lanka in 1936, where he lived until his death. Widely regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of Theravada Buddhism in our time, he is the author of numerous books and translations both in English and in German.
by Nyanaponika Thera. Published April 25, 1983 by Vintage/Ebury (A Division of Random House Group).
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Clinical handbook of mindfulness. The Buddhist tradition, on the other hand, has focused for over 2,500 years on cultivating exceptional states of mental well-being as well as identifying and treating psychological problems.
Mindfulness is a method not only for committed Buddhists. It is for everyone interested in mastering the mind.