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Sunday, January 23, 2005

Meditation, books.

  1. Taking the path of Zen : included many Makkoho excercises Robert Aitken
  2. OId path white cloud ( In the footstep of The Buddha ) Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk. His lifelong efforts to generate peace and reconciliation moved Martin Luther King, jr, to nominate him for the Nobel Peace Price in 1967. He is the founder of Van Hanh Buddhist University in Saigon, and has taught at Comumbia University and the Sorbone. He is the author of Being Peace, The Miracle of Mindfullness, and other 75 books.
  3. Peace is very step The path of mindfullness in every day, Thich Nhat Hanh.
  4. The miracle of mindfullness : Thich Nhat Hanh.
  5. Breath, you are alive ! : Thich Nhat Hanh.
  6. Saying of Buddha : The Peper Pauer press Inc.
  7. Het hart van Buddhistishe meditatie ( The heart of Buddhist meditation ) : Nyana Ponika , is een van de meest prominente leden van de The Theravada school op Sri Lanka en zijn vertalingen van classieke boeddhistische werken zijn een culturele prestatie van grote betekenis ...
  8. Bewustzijn, concentratie en energie, de weg naar succesvol werken : Tathang Tulku, Tarthang Tulku ontving in zijn jeud in Tibet een uitgebreide opleiding in de Boeddhistische traditie. Sinds zijn komst naar America in 1960, heeft hij vele projecten opgezet. Van zijn hand verscheen een tiental boeken...
  9. Kum Nye ontspanning (Kum Nye relaxation): Theory, Preparation, Movement exercises. Tarthang Tulku.
  10. Leven in Evenwicht: Tarthang Tulku.
  11. The Buddha and his teaching : Narada Thera
  12. Sitting (A guide to Buddhist Meditation): Diana St. Ruth has practised Buddist meditation for many years, mainly in the Zen and Theravada traditions. She has written several books, including The little Book of Buddhist Wisdom, and is currently editor of the British quarterly magazine
    , Buddhism Now.
  13. The Way to Liberation: Essays and lectures on the transformation of the Self. Alan WAtts is widely recognised not only as one of the most penetrating and readable interpreters of Eastern philosophy for the West ...
  14. The eye never sleeps: Striking to the heart of Zen ... of the Self. Dennis Genpo Merzel .


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