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Buddha's Brain by Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Gandhi, and the Buddha all had brains built essentially like anyone else's, yet they were able to harness their thoughts and shape their patterns of thinking in ways that changed history.
With new breakthroughs in modern neuroscience and the wisdom of thousands of years of contemplative practice, it is possible for us to shape our own thoughts in a similar way for greater happiness, love, compassion, and wisdom. Buddha's Brain joins the forces of modern neuroscience with ancient contemplative teachings to show readers how they can work toward greater emotional well-being, healthier relationships, more effective actions, and deepened religious and spiritual understanding. This book will explain how the core elements of both psychological well-being and religious or spiritual life-virtue, mindfulness, and wisdom-are based in the core functions of the brain: regulating, learning, and valuing. Readers will also learn practical ways to apply this information, as the book offers many exercises they can do to tap the unused potential of the brain and rewire it over time for greater peace and well-being.
Enough! A Buddhist Approach to Finding Release from Addictive Patterns by Chonyi Taylor
Enough! is a hands-on guide to help put an end to the patterns that sabotage the potential for a true and satisfying happiness.
Ethics for the New Millennium by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Ethics for the New Millennium presents a moral system based on universal rather than religious principles. Its ultimate goal is happiness for every individual, irrespective of religious beliefs.
In difficult and uncertain times, it takes a person of great courage, such as the Dalai Lama, to give us hope. Regardless of the violence and cynicism we see on the television or read about in the news, there is an argument to be made for basic human goodness. The number of people who spend their lives engaged in violence and dishonesty is tiny compared to the vast majority who would wish others only well. According to the Dalai Lama, our survival has depended and will continue to depend on our basic goodness. Though His Holiness the Dalai Lama is himself a practicing Buddhist, his approach to life and the moral compass that guides him can lead each and every one of usMuslim, Christian, Jew, Buddhist, or atheistto a happier, more fulfilling life.
Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience by Sharon Salzberg
In this beautifully written work, one of America's most beloved meditation teachers offers discerning wisdom on understanding faith as a healing quality. Through the teachings of Buddha and insight gained from her lifelong spiritual quest, Salzberg provides us with a road map for cultivating a feeling of peace that can be practiced by anyone of any tradition.
Living in the Heart of the Human Predicament, by Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel, MP3
How do we find a resting place amid change and unpredictability? This deeply human question cuts to the core of spiritual practice. The Buddha grappled with this very question: he wanted to find a way beyond the suffering of the human condition. What he discovered is that this predicament is not a fixable situation. Instead, our deepest intelligence, compassion and courage lay at the heart of the human dilemma, and there is no greater practice for the modern-day bodhisattva than this journey of discovery.
Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel’s programs are known for clearing up confusion, lively interactive dialogues and for her unique and experiential interpretation of the Buddhadharma.
Rebel Buddha by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
This rebel is the voice of your own awakened mind. It wakes you up from the sleepy acceptance of your day-to-day reality and shows you the power of your enlightened nature. Dzogchen Ponlop guides you through the inner revolution that comes from unleashing your rebel Buddha. He explains how, by training your mind and understanding your true nature, you can free yourself from needless suffering.
He presents a thorough introduction to the essence of the Buddhas teachings and argues that, if we are to bring these teachings fully into our personal experience, we must go beyond the cultural trappings of traditional Asian Buddhism. We all want to find some meaningful truth about who we are, he says, but we can only find it guided by our own wisdom by our own rebel Buddha within. Visit http://rebelbuddha.com to read archived articles from the Rebel Buddha 2010 US Tour.
Songs of Shabkar: The Path of a Tibetan Yogi Inspired by Nature, Translations and photographs by Victoria Sujata
These deeply personal songs of realization by Nyingmapa yogi Shabkar Tshogdruk Rangdrol, composed in a simple yet richly poetic style, charm by their beauty and directness, often expressing the delights of nature.
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