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Buddhism Now
Buddhism Now is an online Buddhist magazine based upon the teachings of the Buddha.
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Buddhist read: Looking to challenge your assumptions about life? 
Learn how to practise Buddhist meditation with 
these easy steps
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An open secret ‘Teachings of a Buddhist Monk’ by Ajahn Sumedho 
This from 💫 💫 💫 💫 💫 review:"I read through this short book in just a few days and enjoyed it so much I've started rereading it again!" 
 
 ISBN 9780946672233
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Morning meditation: If the mind abides in no-circumstances, then the circumstances abide in no-mind. Shen-hui (Ho-tse 670-762)
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Looking for some Buddhism? The teaching grates against our desires, by Ajahn Chah.
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Buddhist art and teachings: Virtue, calligraphy by Zen master Hakuin Ekaku.
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Many Buddhists take Dhamma to be 'the Buddha’s teaching,' it really means 'Natural Truth' or 'Natural Law.' 
Spiritual Disease by Buddhadasa
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5 🌟 : "I also feel that his [Edward Conze] many translations of the Prajnaparamita far surpass most others in their clarity and beauty." ‘Perfect Wisdom: The Short Prajnaparamita Texts’ translated by Edward Conze.   ISBN 9780946672288
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Short film: A Conversation on Chan (Zen) Buddhism with Bill Porter. About 30 minutes Experience your own Awareness.
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‘Understanding Karma and Rebirth’ A Buddhist Perspective, Diana St Ruth
Look into the effects of karma, with meditation exercises to help go beyond the concepts of birth and death and to live from the unborn moment. Book Depository ISBN 9780946672301
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Replying to @jjwalker7730
🙏 in return.
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[🙏🙏🙏 Shurangama Sutra] ‘Perceptions employed as a base for building up positive concepts are the origin of all ignorance'. Goodnight everyone, look after yourself.
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Lot of money worries in the world today — may all beings find their inner treasure and be well and happy.
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Everyday Buddhist: What is it that one sees when one looks at the world? 'Two Levels of Truth'
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Wrapped up in ten million needless distractions, I’ve mostly slept in the bed of terminal ignorance. Taking the result as the path. [Taking the Result as the Path: Core Teachings of the Sakya Lamdre Tradition (Library of Tibetan Classics)]
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Buddhist teachings from Ajahn Sumedho on how you can apply Buddhism to your everyday life 
 for 'Don't Take Your Life Personally' 
 
Or at a local bookshop ISBN 9780946672318 

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Tibetan Images, Monasteries, and Monks from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 1930ish British Library
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Everyday Buddhist: Zuigan would call to himself, ‘Are you awake?’ Then answer, ‘Yes!’ Then he’d say, ‘Don’ t be fooled by others.’ And would answer, ‘No, no!’ Harada Sekkei Roshi
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Buddhism Now Nov 24
Followers of the way: On the day I first committed myself to a life of Zen practice. 'Zen Sickness', Zen Master Hakuin Su Shi (Dongpo) in a Straw Hat and Sandals © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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They settled at the crossroads of the ancient eastern world, and from there commanded the silk road between India, China.. ‘The Last Buddhas of Bamiyan’, by John Aske
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Buddhism Now Nov 25
Buddhist read: The Muni can observe delusion; the person with delusion cannot. The 400 verses Some Tibetan teachings Enjoy!
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