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  • Buddha: A Very Short Introduction

    Series series Very Short Introductions
    Michael Carrithers guides us through the complex and sometimes conflicting information that Buddhist texts give about the life and teaching of the Buddha. He discusses the social and political background of India in the Buddha's time, and traces the development of his thought. He also assesses the rapid and widespread assimilation of Buddhism and its contemporary relevance. ABOUT THE SERIES: The ... Read more


  • Siddhartha

    Authored by Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha is one of the most influential spiritual works of the twentieth century. It is the story of a young man who decides to leave his wife and kids and embark on a journey of suffering and rejection to finally find peace within and attain salvation.The story revolves around a young man who leaves his home and family on a quest for the Truth. Embarking on a journey ... Read more


  • Think Like a Monk: The secret of how to harness the power of positivity and be happy now

    by Jay Shetty ...
    The Sunday Times Number One BestsellerJay Shetty, social media superstar and host of the #1 podcast ‘On Purpose’, distils the timeless wisdom he learned as a practising monk into practical steps anyone can take every day to live a less anxious, more meaningful life.Over the past three years, Jay Shetty has become a favourite in the hearts and minds of millions of people worldwide. One of his clips ... Read more


  • Buddhism For Beginners: Learn The Way Of The Buddha & Take Your First Steps On The Noble Path

    by Luna Sidana ...
    - 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 ... Read more


  • Foundations of Buddhism

    The Great Gotama gave to the world a complete Teaching of the perfect construction of life. Each attempt to make a god of the great revolutionist, leads to absurdity.Previous to Gotama there was, of course, a whole succession of those who bore the common welfare, but their teachings crumbled to dust in the course of millenniums. Therefore the Teaching of Gotama should be accepted as the first ... Read more


  • Buddhism for Beginners

    by Tai Morello ...
    Mindfulness meditation is everywhere these days, from the therapy couch to the Google campus, from prisons to athletic events. But what are the origins of this surge in mindfulness? What kind of worldview and lifestyle went along with these ancient techniques of meditative training? And, beyond the questionable metaphysics and well-worn pop-psychology bromides, what is meditation actually for?This ... Read more


  • When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times

    Pema Chödrön reveals the vast potential for happiness, wisdom and courage even in the most painful circumstances.Pema Chödrön teaches that there is a fundamental opportunity for happiness right within our reach, yet we usually miss it – ironically, while we are caught up in attempt to escape pain and suffering.This accessible guide to compassionate living shows us how we can use painful emotions ... Read more


  • Daily Purification: A Short Vajrasattva Practice

    In Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand Pabonka Rinpoche explains how the great Atisha would purify any negativity, no matter how small, immediately. Even in public or when riding his horse, as soon as he noticed a breach of his ethics, he would stop what he was doing, drop to one knee and then and there, purify it with the four opponent powers - the powers of dependence, regret, remedy and ... Read more


  • Buddhism for Beginners: All you need to start your journey

    Whether you are interested in learning about Buddhism or looking to make changes in your life, Buddhism for Beginners has you covered. Written in a style that is simple and engaging, it explores the history of Buddhism, its philosophies, and its relevance in today’s society. The book provides numerous meditative exercises that will allow you to experience the wondrous teachings of this ancient ... Read more


  • Caste Matters

    by Suraj Yengde ...
    In this explosive book, Suraj Yengde, a first-generation Dalit scholar educated across continents, challenges deep-seated beliefs about caste and unpacks its many layers. He describes his gut-wrenching experiences of growing up in a Dalit basti, the multiple humiliations suffered by Dalits on a daily basis, and their incredible resilience enabled by love and humour. As he brings to light the ... Read more


  • Ego, Attachment and Liberation

    by Lama Yeshe ...
    In 1975, Lama Yeshe undertook his most extensive international teaching tour, being on the road for nearly nine months. During this time he gave many and varied teachings, a few of which have already been published in Becoming Your Own Therapist, Make Your Mind an Ocean and The Peaceful Stillness of the Silent Mind.This book contains the teachings and meditations Lama gave at a five-day retreat he ... Read more


  • The Light of Asia

    In this poetic masterpiece, Sir Edwin Arnold describes the life and teachings of Buddha. The man who was to become known as Buddha to the world was born as Prince Gautama of India but he rejected the worldly riches and abandoned the reigns of power when he embarked on a journey to discover the meaning of life. This poem reveals Buddha’s life from the Buddhist perspective but you don’t have to be a ... Read more


  • A Search in Secret India

    by Paul Brunton ...
    In this text, Brunton recounts his journey throughout India to seek out illumined yogis, swamis, sadhus, and saints. He meets fascinating figures such as as Meher Baba - the silent Messiah; Shri Shankara - the spiritual Head of South India; the Master Mahasaya; Vishudhananda - the Magician; and many others. Brunton experiences siddhis and miracles firsthand as he learns the wisdom of these masters ... Read more


  • Daily Reflections: Advice from Khen Rinpoche Geshe Thubten Chonyi

    These teachings by Khen Rinpoche Geshe Chonyi offer valuable advice related to our Dharma studies and practice: how to check whether our practices are Dharma, the need for study and constant reflection of the Buddha’s teachings and how to overcome our afflictions and problems so that we can truly benefit others.Khen Rinpoche Geshe Chonyi has been the resident teacher of Amitabha Buddhist Centre ... Read more


  • The Buddhist Catechism

    ‘Buddhist Catechism’, composed in 1881, is one of Henry Steel Olcott's most enduring contributions to the revival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka and remains in use there today. The text outlines what Olcott saw to be the basic doctrines of Buddhism, including the life of the Buddha, the message of the Dharma, and the role of the Sangha. The text also treats how the Buddha's message correlates with ... Read more


  • How to Master Your Mind in 100 Minutes: Increase Productivity, Creativity and Happiness (Collins Shorts, Book 8)

    Series Book 8 - Collins Shorts
    Collins Shorts – insight in an instant.This short shares the secrets of the personal development course pioneered at Google that teaches you how to instantly relax your mind whenever you want, develop unbreakable concentration, and have complete self-control. Participants say it changed every aspect of their life – and new research shows it starts in just 100 minutes of practice.This title is part ... Read more


  • The Art of Mindfulness

    A HarperOne Select

    Series series HarperOne Selects
    This selection from Thich Nhat Hanh’s bestselling The Art of Power illuminates the core Buddhist concept of mindfulness for the Western readerIn The Art of Mindfulness, one of the most revered Buddhist teachers in the world, Thich Nhat Hanh delivers a life changing practice to overcome our overdriven mind, to let go of preoccupations and multitasking and focus solely on the task at hand. By ... Read more


  • The Power of Letting Go

    How to drop everything that's holding you back

    by John Purkiss ...
    THE ACCOMPANYING JOURNAL - LEARN TO LET GO - OUT NOW'Life-changing' - Sara Makin, Founder & CEO of Makin WellnessIf you learn to let go,your life will take off.When you let go, you live intuitively. Everything flows, because you are no longer attached to things being a certain way, to being a certain person or always being right. What a relief. The irony is that when you feel stuck in any area of ... Read more


  • The Joy of Living

    Unlocking the Secret and Science of Happiness

    For millennia, Buddhists have enjoyed the limitless benefits of meditation. But how does it work? And why? The principles behind this ancient practice have long eluded some of the best minds in modern science. Until now.This groundbreaking work, with a foreword by bestselling author Daniel Goleman, invites us to join in unlocking the secrets behind the practice of meditation. Working with ... Read more


  • Vipassana Meditation: My Experiences at a 10-Day Retreat

    Vipassana in the Buddhist tradition means insight into the true nature of reality, and it is one of the world's most ancient forms of meditation. Courses in the technique are offered around the world, and author Robert Crayola describes his experiences at one such course in this detailed essay, providing a thorough accounting of the pros and cons involved. This book will help you decide if the ... Read more


  • A Composition Urging The Generation Of The Bodhi Mind

    The Bodhi Mind is like a fertile field, growing all pure Dharmas in the minds of sentient beings. Also, the Bodhi Mind is like the bright sun, illuminating the whole world. Furthermore, the Bodhi Mind is like a broad way, allowing and encouraging all sentient beings to enter the City of Wisdom. This means that the Bodhi Mind is a peaceful haven to which all sentient beings can ultimately return. ... Read more


  • The Book of Joy

    The Sunday Times Bestseller

    Two spiritual giants. Seven days. One timeless question.'The ultimate source of happiness is within us' DALAI LAMA'We grow in kindness when our kindness is tested' DESMOND TUTUArchbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama have been friends for many, many years. Between them, they have endured exile, violence and oppression. And in the face of these hardships, they have continued to radiate compassion ... Read more


  • Silicon Valley Monk: From Metaphysics to Reality on the Buddhist Path

    by J. A. Kempf ...
    For over 2,000 years, the area of India that is today western Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh has served as the destination for devout Buddhist pilgrims from all over Asia. In 2010, James Kempf and his wife Renate undertook a pilgrimage to the Buddhist sacred sites together with 28 other Western pilgrims. Led by the renowned British meditation teacher Stephen Batchelor, the group visited the area ... Read more


  • Teachings from Tibet: Guidance from Great Lamas

    Back in the 1970s and ‘80s most of the great lamas to leave Tibet were still alive and teaching. Those of us who had the good fortune to be in India and Nepal at that time were able to benefit by sitting at their feet, drinking in the nectar of their holy speech. Many of the teachings in this book were given at Tushita Mahayana Meditation Center, New Delhi. Two of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s ... Read more