Wisdom in Exile: Buddhism and Modern Times

Wisdom in Exile: Buddhism and Modern Times

Lama Jampa Thaye’s new book considers the space for Buddhism in our culture – a space that has been opened up by the failure of our dominant systems of thought to provide an intelligent account of what it is to be human and how we should conduct ourselves in this world. 

“Wisdom in Exile proposes a fresh approach to Buddhism, one in which the fundamental tenets of the Buddha’s teachings are rediscovered.” His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin, head of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism

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A Garland of Gold (eBook and paperback)

A Garland of Gold (eBook and paperback)

A history of the early masters of the great Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, charting the flow of esoteric teaching from India to Tibet and allowing the reader to enter the sacred realm of spiritual transmission. Also included are original translations of five songs of mahamudra composed by early lineage holders.

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Tasting Birth and Death: An Introduction to the Meditation System Called the Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind to Dharma (eBook)

Tasting Birth and Death: An Introduction to the Meditation System Called the Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind to Dharma (eBook)

An introduction to the foundational meditation system of Tibetan Buddhism, this booklet gives comprehensive instructions on four essential contemplations - precious human birth, impermanence and death, karma, and suffering. Through practicing this meditation system, one will truly engage with the Buddhist path and develop qualities of spaciousness and non-attachment.

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Leap Like a Tiger, Walk Like a Tortoise (softback)

Leap Like a Tiger, Walk Like a Tortoise (softback)

This is a simple but profound introduction to Buddhist thought, covering many issues which might concern those in the process of making a commitment to travelling the Buddhist path. The title of the book derives from a Tibetan saying that one must first leap like a tiger in order to gain an overview of the entire path of Lord Buddha and then walk like a tortoise as one gradually treads the path to spiritual realisation.

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