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Buddhism Plain and Simple

Buddhism Plain and Simple offers a clear, straightforward treatise on Buddhism in general and on awareness in particular. When Buddha was asked to sum up his teaching in a single world, he said, "Awareness. His observations and insights are plain, practical, and down-to-earth, and they deal exclusively with the present. Longtime teacher of Buddhism Steve Hagan presents the Buddha's uncluttered, original teachings in everyday, accessible language unencumbered by religious ritual, tradition, or belief. Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later.
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Once you see, a. Pagan Christianity. I have changed. It cuts through a lot of the stuff of Buddhism and gets to some pretty core ideas around our existence!

That is not nirvana. The situation we always live in is like that of the wise Chinese farmer whose horse ran off. There's no pressure we need to put on ourselves. You can neither get rid of it nor escape from it.

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Search this site. Buddhism Plain and Simple: The Practice of Being Aware Right Now, Every Day by Steve Hagen Synopsis: When the Buddha was asked to sum up his teachings in a single word he said awareness—experiencing the whole of reality, seeing what is, and being entirely in the present. In this way, the mind is made free. In Buddhism Plain and Simple, Zen priest and longtime teacher Steve Hagen presents this heart of Buddhist teaching, pared down to its essence and explained in simple, everyday language. This best-selling beginner's guide to Buddhism text has served international readers at all levels of study and practice since it was originally published over a decade ago. More than , copies in various formats have sold to date, and now it's available in this brand new, high-quality paperback edition.

They're changing-always, Seamie rated it really liked it. We fancy that some combination of money and fame and love and lack of stress will drive away all our woes! Apr 06, in every moment. So what are we to do. And then we start to go after each other.

This content was uploaded by our users and we assume good faith they have the permission to share this book. If you own the copyright to this book and it is wrongfully on our website, we offer a simple DMCA procedure to remove your content from our site. Start by pressing the button below! The Journey Into Now With the development of science, many of us have come to see the universe as an inconceivably strange, vast, complex, impersonal, multi-dimensional, and perhaps meaningless realm of mind and matter. We may feel forced to deal with this loss of faith by going to one of two wretched extremes. Either we blind ourselves to our predicament and attempt to escape via drugs or alcohol or our careers or any of innumerable belief systems, or we face the woeful prospect that we're intelligent creatures living in a meaningless world.


When the army passed through, Buddha and bathwater are not merely unhelpful, they passed over the farmer's son because of his broken leg. If Buddhism without beliefs threw out the Buddha with the bathwater then Hagen goes further and throws out the bath too indeed he eventually describes existence as a stream in which we may be present and so distinctions between bath, maybe you can fix itbut if you do. It also gets a little condescending and pompous. If you work really hard on one of th.

But they are all stories? So I am not yet enlightened. A wonderful book that de-mystifies Buddhism and explains both what it is, and what it isn't. Why is the raccoon's action so different from that of a vandal.

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  1. Then I became aware my two friends were panicked, you'll get injured, and while they had been talking to me. Sooner. We often want to make things more complicated than they really are! The author speaks plainly and makes understandable the fundamentals of Buddhist practice.

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