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Tout apparaît, tout disparaît
Author: Ajahn Chah
Publisher: Sully
ISBN: 2354321589
Pages: 165
Year: 2009-05-18
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Ajahn Chah (1918-1992) est l'un des maîtres bouddhistes thaïlandais contemporains les plus remarquables. Sa présence pleine de compassion et son enseignement direct et clair ont attiré des milliers de disciples, laïques et moines, asiatiques comme occidentaux. Son rayonnement a participé au renouveau de l'antique tradition des " moines de la forêt " en Thaïlande et à la diffusion du bouddhisme en Occident. Soigneusement compilé, cet ouvrage reprend des enseignements d'Ajahn Chah énoncés en diverses circonstances ainsi que des anecdotes sur sa vie, depuis l'apprentissage difficile de la vie de moine jusqu'à ses dernières années, et sur ses relations avec ses disciples. De façon vivante et simple il présente les enseignements bouddhiques les plus fondamentaux sur l'impermanence et la souffrance tout en délivrant nombre de conseils pratiques sur la méditation et la vie quotidienne. Il transmet ainsi le style de l'enseignement, la joie de vivre et la manière d'être d'un maître qui, à l'évidence, a accompli profondément la Voie du Bouddha. Plein de fraîcheur et de créativité, ces propos d'Ajahn Chah réunis ici nous aident à nous émanciper dans ce monde changeant. Un ouvrage d'une grande pertinence pour les adeptes de toutes les écoles du bouddhisme comme pour tous ceux qui sont engagés dans une démarche spirituelle.
Des mots de l'être bien
Author: Frédéric Denery
Publisher: Publishroom
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Pages: 124
Year: 2017-12-21
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Chaque mot a une définition, chaque mot a un sens, chaque mot a un esprit. Léo et Paul se sont rencontrés dans un café. Comme toute rencontre, elle n’est pas le fruit du hasard mais plutôt d’un enchaînement de causes et d’effets. Un dialogue s’installe naturellement entre eux deux, tel un client avec son coach, un patient avec son psychologue, un élève avec son éducateur. C’est au fil de ces entretiens que Léo raconte sa vie à travers 21 mots. Avec l’aide de Paul, il découvre leur esprit, réflexion qui le guide dans sa transformation vers son être bien. Léo va ainsi rencontrer la personne qu’il est réellement. Au fil d'un dialogue pédagogique, l'auteur redonne tout leur sens et leur pouvoir aux mots. EXTRAIT Le sens des mots est influencé par la langue, par la culture, voire même par la religion. Quel est pour vous le sens du mot « Bonheur » ? Pour un Anglo-Saxon, il sera plus proche de la « joie » (happiness) que de la « bonne chance » ou de « l’allégresse » des pays latins. Le bouddhisme, lui, associe le bonheur à la « paix intérieure ». Penseurs, philosophes, écrivains nous ont donné leur interprétation des mots pour nous éclairer sur leur sens profond. À l’heure de la communication numérique, les mots ont perdu leur sens. En perdant le sens des mots nous perdons aussi le sens de notre vie. À PROPOS DE L'AUTEUR Certifié Executive Coach HEC, Frédéric Denery se définit comme un générateur de courant humain au sein du cabinet Human-i-Light. Il met sa bienveillance et son écoute au service de « l'être-bien» des individus et des organisations. Praticien en « Appreciative Inquiry », Mentor pour l'association LED by HER et Passeur Pilote au sein de la Fabrique Spinoza.
Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away
Author: Ajahn Chah
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834823993
Pages: 144
Year: 2005-03-08
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Ajahn Chah (1919–1992) was admired for the way he demystified the Buddhist teachings, presenting them in a remarkably simple and down-to-earth style for people of any background. He was a major influence and spiritual mentor for a generation of American Buddhist teachers, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, Sharon Salzberg, and Jack Kornfield. Previous books by Ajahn Chah have consisted of collections of short teachings on a wide variety of subjects. This new book focuses on the theme of impermanence, offering powerful remedies for overcoming our deep-seated fear of change, including guidance on letting go of attachments, living in the present, and taking up the practice of meditation. Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away also contains stories and anecdotes about this beloved master's life and his interactions with students, from his youth as a struggling monk to his last years when American students were coming to study with him in significant numbers. These stories help to convey Ajahn Chah's unique spirit and teaching style, allowing readers to know him both through his words and the way in which he lived his life.
Livres hebdo
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Year: 2009-07
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The Tibetan Book Of Living And Dying
Author: Sogyal Rinpoche
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448116953
Pages: 464
Year: 2012-02-29
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25th Anniversary Edition Includes a New Preface by Jon Kabat-Zinn Over 3 Million Copies Sold 'I couldn't give this book a higher recommendation' BILLY CONNOLLY Written by the Buddhist meditation master and popular international speaker Sogyal Rinpoche, this highly acclaimed book clarifies the majestic vision of life and death that underlies the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. It includes not only a lucid, inspiring and complete introduction to the practice of meditation, but also advice on how to care for the dying with love and compassion, and how to bring them help of a spiritual kind. But there is much more besides in this classic work, which was written to inspire all who read it to begin the journey to enlightenment and so become 'servants of peace'.
Being Dharma
Author: Ajahn Chah
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834823381
Pages: 256
Year: 2001-10-09
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Chah offers a thorough exploration of Theravadan Buddhism in a gentle, sometimes humorous, style that makes the reader feel as though he or she is being entertained by a story. He emphasizes the path to freedom from emotional and psychological suffering and provides insight into the fact that taking ourselves seriously causes unnecessary hardship. Ajahn Chah influenced a generation of Western teachers: Jack Kornfield, Sharon Salzberg, Sylvia Boorstein, Joseph Goldstein, and many other Western Buddhist teachers were at one time his students. Anyone who has attended a retreat led by one of these teachers, or read one of their books, will be familiar with this master's name and reputation as one of the great Buddhist teachers of this century.
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Modern Buddhism
Author: Kelsang Gyatso
Publisher: Tharpa Publications US
ISBN: 1616060069
Pages: 436
Year: 2011
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A guide to the Buddha's teachings explains the fundamentals of Buddhist meditation and philosophy and provides practical explanations for developing compassion and wisdom to achieve lasting happiness.
Meditation on Perception
Author: Henepola Gunaratana
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1614291055
Pages: 124
Year: 2014-06-10
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Use the unique Buddhist practice of meditation on perception, as taught by the best-selling author of Mindfulness in Plain English, to learn how shifting your perspective can transform mental and physical health. Perception—one of the basic constituents of the body and mind—can be both a source of suffering and pain, as well as a source of happiness and health. The Buddhist tradition teaches that perception can be trained and ultimately purified through the practice of meditation. When we understand how perception impacts our lives, we can use it, just as we do any other object of meditation, to overcome harmful ways of thinking and acting and to develop healthy states of mind instead. In Meditation on Perception Bhante G brings us, for the first time in English, an illuminating introduction to the unique Buddhist practice of meditation on perception as taught in the popular Girimananda Sutta. The ten healing practices that comprise meditation on perception make up a comprehensive system of meditation, combining aspects of both tranquility and insight meditation. Tranquility meditation is used to calm and center the mind, and insight meditation is used to understand more clearly how we ordinarily perceive ourselves and the world around us. Alternating between these two practices, meditators cultivate purified perception as explained by the Buddha. As a result of these efforts, we progress on the path that leads to freedom, once and for all, from illness, confusion, and other forms of physical and mental suffering. Meditation on Perception gives us the keys to move beyond ordinary, superficial perception into an enlightened perspective, freed from confusion and unhappiness.
Food for the Heart
Author: Chah
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0861719743
Pages: 432
Year: 2005-06-10
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Renowned for the beauty and simplicity of his teachings, Ajahn Chah was Thailand's best-known meditation teacher. His charisma and wisdom influenced many American and European seekers, and helped shape the American Vipassana community. This collection brings together for the first time Ajahn Chah's most powerful teachings, including those on meditation, liberation from suffering, calming the mind, enlightenment and the 'living dhamma'. Most of these talks have previously only been available in limited, private editions and the publication of Food for the Heart therefore represents a momentous occasion: the hugely increased accessibility of his words and wisdom. Western teachers such as Ram Dass and Jack Kornfield have extolled Chah's teachings for years and now readers can experience them directly in this book.
Ruins Past
Author: Sabrina Ferri
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ISBN: 0729411710
Pages: 280
Year: 2015-12-03
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This title provides an exploration of Italian ruins and ruin motifs in literature, history, art, and science, and how responses to these convey Italy's unique experience of modernity.
Abhidhamma Studies
Author: Nyanaponika
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0861719182
Pages: 176
Year: 2012-11-12
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The Abhidhamma, the third great division of early Buddhist teaching, expounds a revolutionary system of philosophical psychology rooted in the twin Buddhist insights of selflessness and dependent origination. In keeping with the liberative thrust of early Buddhism, this system organizes the entire spectrum of human consciousness around the two poles of Buddhist doctrine - bondage and liberation, Samsara and Nirvana - the starting point and the final goal. It thereby maps out, with remarkable rigour and precision, the inner landscape of the mind to be crossed through the practical work of Buddhist meditation. In this book of groundbreaking essays, Venerable Nyanaponika Thera, one of our age's foremost exponents of Theravada Buddhism, attempts to penetrate beneath the formidable face of the Abhidhamma and to make its principles intelligible to the thoughtful reader of today. His point of focus is the Consciousness Chapter of the Dhammasangani, the first treatise of the Abhidhamma Pitaka. Basing his interpretation on the detailed list of mental factors that the Abhidhamma uses as a guide to psychological analysis, he launches into bold explorations in the multiple dimensions of conditionality, the nature of consciousness, the temporality of experience, and the psychological springs of spiritual transformation. Innovative and rich in insights, this book does not merely open up new avenues in the academic study of early Buddhism. By treating the Abhidhamma as a fountainhead of inspiration for philosophical and psychological inquiry, it demonstrates the continuing relevance of Buddhist thought to our most astute contemporary efforts to understand the elusive yet so intimate nature of the mind.
The British Empire and the Hajj
Author: John Slight
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674915828
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Year: 2015-10-12
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The British Empire governed more than half the world’s Muslims. John Slight traces the empire’s complex interactions with the Hajj—the annual pilgrimage to Mecca—from the 1860s, when an outbreak of cholera led Britain to engage reluctantly in medical regulation of pilgrims, to the Suez Crisis of 1956. He gives voice to pilgrims and officials alike.
Bodhisattva Attitude
Author: Lama Zopa Rinpoche
Publisher: Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive
ISBN: 1891868489
Pages: 266
Year: 2012-01-01
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This book comprises several motivations taught by Lama Zopa Rinpoche called “bodhicitta motivations for life,” intended for us to use first thing every morning to generate the mind of bodhicitta and dedicate our life to numberless sentient beings. The Bodhisattva Attitude is taken from the sutra teachings of the Buddha and is based on verses by the great bodhisattva Shantideva in his Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life. The verses are meant to be recited each morning to remind us of how we are going to dedicate our lives to others. We all understand the importance of motivation and attitude and how they affect the quality of our work and the result that can be achieved. Rinpoche particularly emphasizes the need for us to have a very clear direction and purpose for life. The real meaning of our lives is to bring both temporary and ultimate happiness to all sentient beings and to do this we need to achieve enlightenment. Enlightenment depends on first generating bodhicitta and training our minds in the bodhisattva attitude enables us to do that. This book is drawn from Lama Zopa Rinpoche's essential teachings given from 2008 onward. It is the first volume in LYWA's Heart Advice Series. This book is made possible by kind supporters of the Archive who, like you, appreciate how we make these teachings available in so many ways, including in our website for instant reading, listening or downloading, and as printed and electronic books. Our website offers immediate access to thousands of pages of teachings and hundreds of audio recordings by some of the greatest lamas of our time. Our photo gallery and our ever-popular books are also freely accessible there. Please help us increase our efforts to spread the Dharma for the happiness and benefit of all beings. You can find out more about becoming a supporter of the Archive and see all we have to offer by visiting our website. Thank you and please enjoy this ebook!
A Still Forest Pool
Author: Achaan Chah
Publisher: Quest Books
ISBN: 0835630234
Pages: 192
Year: 2013-10-23
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Buddhist master Achaan Chah spent years meditating in a forest monastery of Thailand. This remarkable book reflects his simple and powerful message as well as the quiet, joyful Buddhist practice of dhudanga, or "everyday mindfulness," with profound insights for the West.