The Buddha's Book of Daily Meditations download epub
by Christopher Titmuss
0712601899 (ISBN13: 9780712601894).
According to Christopher Titmuss, the beneficial influence of the Buddha falls into three primary areas: non harming . This is a book readers will want to keep for many years, and dip into time and again.
By taking apt quotations from the vast number of talks (over 10,000) which the Buddha gave during his 45 years of teaching, Titmuss offers one thought-provoking excerpt for each day of the year - and so helps illuminate these three important themes.
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Titmuss left England to travel Asia in 1967. After three years, he became a monk in Thailand, spending six years in Thailand and India from 1970 to 1976. During that time he resided with Buddhadasa for a period
This collection of the Buddha’s essential teachings on wisdom, compassion, and happiness .
Reflection each day on one of these quotations helps us open to fresh insight. With just one quick quotation for each day of the year, the book at first glance appears superficial but these excerpts are deceptively simple. Readers who take the time to engage them fully will profit from their paradoxical wisdom.
He spent six years as a Buddhist monk in Thailand and India and is a founder member of the 12-strong international board of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. His previous books for Rider are Light on Enlightenment and An Awakened Life.
Reflection each day on one of these quotations helps us open to fresh insight, leads us to freedom from the deep conditioning of our minds, and enables us to make revolutionary changes in our personal, social, and spiritual lives.
Christopher Titmuss believes that the work of the great Buddhist writers can provide profound spiritual, religious, social, political and environmental insights. This collection of inspirational quotes, one thought-provoking excerpt for every day of the year, draws on the very best Buddhist writings from early sages to the work of contemporary writers such as Jack Kornfield and Thich Nhat Hanh.