"Sharing Dharma"

"Sharing Dharma"

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"Sharing Dharma", is the fourth book in a series that explores a secular western approach to Buddhism. It's title represents the move away from a single Dharma communicator who was responsible for the three previous books, "No Worries", "Talking Dharma" and "Sharing Dharma", towards an open sharing by those who engaged with and began putting into practice what they have learned and now share their own insights within the same context. This secular western approach continues to exemplify the idea that anyone who communicates the Dharma of the awakened mind of Buddha, is like the skeleton that points in the direction of the moon. They are not the moon individually or collectively.

This book explores a wide range of Buddhist themes and topics that relate to the practical application of Dharma practice whilst living within a 21st century western culture. It aims to to eliminate the 'ism out of Buddhism and to align the teachings with current functional understandings within the scientific method of inquiry in order that the reader can undertake a personal inquiry from the perspective of simplicity and practicality without the hindrance of institutionalized religious dogma, unevidenced beliefs, superstitions, culturally biased world views, or anything that could be considered to be supernatural or paranormal. The secular western approach heralds a fourth reformation period of Buddhist history that aims to return to the basic simplicity of the original communication that was motivated to help human beings learn an effective method to move the mind away from worrying towards being at peace with itself, others and the world around it, for the benefit of all life forms.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 414 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 23mm | 603g
  • English
  • 1925952223
  • 9781925952223