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The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of…
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The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of Character, Adversity and… (udgave 1998)

af David Brazier (Forfatter)

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This engaging introduction to Buddhism explains the Buddha's earliest teachings, and is a practical guide for how to live fully in today's stressful world.The Feeling Buddha is a lucid account of how the Buddha's path of wisdom and loving kindness grew out of the challenges he encountered in life. Brazier explains the concepts of enlightenment, nirvana and the four Noble Truths, free from mystification. Buddha emerges as a very human figure whose success lay not in his perfection, but in how he positively utilized the energy which was generated through his suffering. This rare guide illustrates how Buddha's philosophy of the "middle way" can lead to a balanced,harmonious, and serene existence in the 21st century.… (mere)
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Titel:The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of Character, Adversity and Passion
Forfattere:David Brazier (Forfatter)
Info:Fromm Intl (1998), Edition: 1, 207 pages
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An interesting interpretation of the Four Noble Truths of the Buddha, taking an alternative view to 'accepted' Buddhist tradition. Brazier argues that the Buddha did not say that enlightenment meant the end of suffering, but rather that suffering is noble and is part of an enlightened life (trust me, Brazier does a better job of explaining than me!) An interesting juxtaposition of psychology and Buddhist thought, this book would be an interesting read for Buddhist practitioners of various traditions. ( )
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This engaging introduction to Buddhism explains the Buddha's earliest teachings, and is a practical guide for how to live fully in today's stressful world.The Feeling Buddha is a lucid account of how the Buddha's path of wisdom and loving kindness grew out of the challenges he encountered in life. Brazier explains the concepts of enlightenment, nirvana and the four Noble Truths, free from mystification. Buddha emerges as a very human figure whose success lay not in his perfection, but in how he positively utilized the energy which was generated through his suffering. This rare guide illustrates how Buddha's philosophy of the "middle way" can lead to a balanced,harmonious, and serene existence in the 21st century.

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