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eBook Beginning to See: A collection of epigrams about the problem of living and the freedom to be gained through meditation ePub

by Jack Lowry,A. Sujata

  • ISBN: 0890875758
  • Category: Alternative Medicine
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Jack Lowry,A. Sujata
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Celestial Arts; 9 edition (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1124 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1289 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 336

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Sujata, . 1948-; Lowry, Jack.

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Beginning to See book. For those who can't stand to sit down and plow through the complicated writings of Buddhism, this gives out little pearls of wisdom in doses easy to take.

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2. Epigrams, English

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Beginning to See. Sujata and Sujata. An American who was a Buddhist monk speaks of the loneliness, detachment, and fear created by dodging pain and expresses his belief in the need to develop loving-kindness as the basis for freedom. Select Format: Paperback.

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An American who was a Buddhist monk speaks of the loneliness, detachment, and fear created by dodging pain and expresses his belief in the need to develop loving-kindness as the basis for freedom

Comments

Burilar Burilar
This little book is delightful. The author expresses Buddhist principles in the most simple, yet articulate way. The epigrams are simply wonderful. Much knowledge and thought went into preparing this book. The late Venerable Sujata was an American originally from Florida, who was ordained a Buddhist monk in Sri Lanka.
Monam Monam
Sujata is an American who studied Buddhist Insight Meditation for 2 years as a monk in Sri Lanka. He traveled through India, Burma and taught in Europe and the USA.

This book is a collection of thoughts he wants the readers to consider in the tradition of a Koan given by a Zen Master. These sayings are based on the deep meditation practice he did as a monk and subsequently taught on retreats at the Stillpoint Institute in San Jose, CA. (No longer there)

My favorite is "Attachment is our greatest self cruelty". By liking and disliking all day long we tire ourselves out. By practicing Insight Mediation we may Begin To See how our mind works. Sujata studied with Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma and Munindra-ji of India.

After you read this book you must may end up doing a 30 day retreat...Like I did! It will change your life!
Jwalextell Jwalextell
I found this book @ the recycle center and couldn't believe somebody threw it away! I too wrote a book, Still Singing, Somehow but Sujata hit the nail on the head with a lot less words than me. This book is a buried treasure that many could benefit from.