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By Lama Thubten Yeshe,Lama Zopa Rinpoche,Ven. Amy Miller,FPMT

Buddhism in a Nutshell is an outline of the whole Buddhist route to enlightenment that mixes the advantages and transformational teachings of Tibetan Buddhist masters Lama Thubten Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche with the candidly fresh viewpoint of Western instructor Venerable Amy Miller. It offers scholars with the knowledge they wish for his or her religious trip besides recommendation on the best way to combine those teachings into way of life. moreover, readers are given easy meditation strategies to assist convey every one subject “from the pinnacle into the heart.”

Topics coated contain the lifetime of the Buddha, the 4 noble truths, and a statement at the steps of the trail to enlightenment following the basis of All strong characteristics, a prayer asking for advantages written by means of the Tibetan saint, Lama Tsongkhapa. it is a distinctive mix of teachings and instruments for religious seekers that's lengthy overdue.

Also integrated is a unfastened code for the web studying path which incorporates downloadable audio records of the path as taught by means of Ven. Amy Miller.

2010 version, 243 pages.

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