Publisher: Red Dragon Publishing
Publication Date: August 13, 2015
Binding: Kobo eBook
A Beginner’s Guide to Buddhism
In book 1, ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Buddhism’, the author draws on her own experiences (as well as those of her father - an ordained Buddhist monk for well over a decade) and writes about how Buddhism shows the key to a meaningful life is to live with the right thought, the right speech, and the right action; and how the right steps will lead you to the true happiness.
Happiness is here – today, now. If you know where to find it.
This is where A Beginner’s Guide to Buddhism can, and will, help you.
Because true happiness and fulfilment lies within us
…within each and every person.
And you don’t need to go looking for what’s already there.
You just need to realise this.
Again, this is where A Beginner’s Guide to Buddhism can, and will, help you.
Four easy chapters will explain how Buddhism can help you in your daily life.
And you don’t need to be a Buddhist to benefit from this, as this book has been written by a Buddhist with a non-Buddhist in mind. As His Holiness, the Dalai Lama said, “Don’t use Buddhism to become a Buddhist. Use Buddhism to become better at whatever else in your life you are doing already.”
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A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation
In book 2, ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation: Your Path to Wisdom’ you will learn how meditation can help you in many ways.
You see, people who practice meditation regularly have less stress, worry, and anxiety in their lives; and they also achieve more as a result of being more positive and focussed.
Unlike many ‘fixes’ these days, meditation is healthy, you can practice where and when it suits you, and you can start on your path to a better life today, whatever your level.
The author has first began meditating at the age of 7, and in this book you will learn how to calm your mind, how to ...