Entering the Mind of Buddha

Entering the Mind of Buddha
Author : Tenshin Reb Anderson
Publisher : Shambhala Publications
Total Pages : 152
Release : 2019-12-17
ISBN 10 : 9781611806533
ISBN 13 : 1611806534
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Entering the Mind of Buddha Book Description:

An inspiring guide to the practice of the Buddhist paramitas or "perfections" from respected American Zen master Reb Anderson. The six paramitas—generosity, ethical discipline, patience, heroic effort, concentration, and wisdom—are among the core teachings of Buddhism across all its schools. For newcomers and seasoned practitioners alike, they are foundational practices to enter and realize the mind of Buddha. In this sincere and powerful book, Zen teacher Reb Anderson offers teachings and practice stories that elucidate and open up each paramita. Taken together, the six “perfections” form an integrated and complete path—the path of the heroic bodhisattva who vows to practice ceaselessly for the welfare and liberation of all beings.


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