An Introduction to Buddhism

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BUDDHISM

Teachings, History and Practices

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Buddhism”,443],”21″: [2,”Rebirth and cosmology”,62],”101″: [3,”The Chan school”,247],”224″: [1,”Index”,521],”80″: [3,”The perfections and stages of the Bodhisattva”,183],”169″: [2,”Tantric Techniques of Spontaneity”,387],”29″: [3,”The five bundles of grasping-fuel: the factors of personality”,85],”78″: [2,”The Path of the Bodhisattva”,181],”140″: [2,”The Economic Base of the Monastic Life”,332],”18″: [2,”The nature and role of the Buddha”,57],”219″: [2,”General Mahāyāna, especially texts”,495],”61″: [3,”The Yogācāra orientation”,158],”6″: [1,”Abbreviations”,23],”117″: [2,”Some Mahāyāna Focuses of Devotion”,280],”223″: [1,”Bibliography”,498],”0″: [1,”Cover”,1],”122″: [2,”Pilgrimage”,288],”104″: [2,”Japan”,256],”88″: [3,”The phases of tantric texts, and the Vajrayāna”,212],”13″: [3,”The renunciation and quest for awakening”,47],”54″: [3,”Emptiness”,150],”119″: [3,”Amitabhā”,285],”20″: [1,”Chapter 2 Early Buddhist Teachings: Rebirth and Karma “,62],”150″: [2,”Approaches Beginning with 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[3,”Sudden awakenings”,400],”126″: [2,”Giving”,297],”97″: [2,”China”,240],”89″: [3,”Tantric deities and adepts”,215],”220″: [2,”Northern Buddhism”,495],”212″: [3,”Continental Europe”,481],”58″: [3,”Self-emptiness and other-emptiness”,156],”146″: [1,”Chapter 11 Buddhist Practice: Meditation and Cultivation of Experience-Based Wisdom”,348],”114″: [2,”The Refuges”,274],”217″: [2,”Free online journals and e-texts of print journals”,494],”205″: [2,”The Internet, Films and Music”,454],”173″: [3,”Just Sitting”,392],”147″: [2,”The Approach to Meditation”,349],”25″: [3,”Generating and sharing karmic fruitfulness or ‘merit’”,73],”86″: [2,”The Tantric Perspective”,210],”19″: [2,”The nature and style of the Buddha’s teaching”,59],”128″: [3,”The first precept”,301],”155″: [3,”Cessation and the higher knowledges”,361],”137″: [2,”The Monastic Code of Discipline”,319],”207″: [2,”Categories of Buddhists, and their Characteristics and Numbers”,457],”216″: [2,”General links and resources”,493],”199″: [3,”Mongolia and related regions”,447],”195″: [3,”Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines”,443],”74″: [3,”East Asian developments”,175],”3″: [1,”Tables”,15],”134″: [2,”The Ethics of Social Relationships”,312],”135″: [1,”Chapter 10 Buddhist Practice: The Sa&ndotabove ;gha “,317],”177″: [3,”Kenshō”,399],”31″: [2,”The second True Reality for the Spiritually Ennobled: the origin of the painful”,92],”180″: [3,”The meditative arts of Zen”,402],”116″: [2,”Protective Chanting”,279],”81″: [2,”Mahayana Buddhology: Expansion with Regard to the Number, Location, Life-Span and Nature of Buddhas”,191],”148″: [2,”Qualities to be Developed by Meditation”,351],”161″: [2,”The Classical Path of Śamatha and vipaśyanā in Northern and Eastern Buddhism”,370],”1″: [1,”Contents”,9],”62″: [3,”The Yogācāra and the Mādhyamika views of each other”,160],”156″: [2,”The Contributions of Samatha and Vipassanā Meditation in Southern Buddhism”,362],”11″: [3,”The 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