Eastern Philosophy

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Autobiography Of a Yogi

Autobiography Of a Yogi

by Paramahansa Yogananda

In 1946, Paramahansa Yogananda, published his life story, Autobiography of a Yogi, which introduced many westerners to meditation and yoga. It has since been translated into 25 languages, and the various editions published since its inception have sold over a million copies worldwide.
The Art Of Happiness

The Art Of Happiness

by Dalai Lama / Cutler Howard C

An updated edition of a beloved classic, the original book on happiness, with new material from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Dr. Howard Cutler.Nearly every time you see him, he's laughing, or at least smiling. And he makes everyone else around him feel like smiling. He's the Dalai Lama, the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet, a Nobel Prize winner, and a hugely sought-after speaker and statesman. Why is he so popular? Even after spending only a few minutes in his presence you can't help feeling... Read more
The Tibetan Book Of Living and Dying

The Tibetan Book Of Living and Dying

by Sogyal Rinpoche

The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, written by Sogyal Rinpoche, gives a comprehensive presentation of the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism, exploring: the message of impermanence; evolution, karma and rebirth; the nature of mind and how to train the mind through meditation; how to follow a spiritual path in this day and age; the practice of compassion; how to care for and show love to the dying, and spiritual practices for the moment of death.
Living Buddha, Living Christ

Living Buddha, Living Christ

by Thich Nhat Hanh

Buddha and Christ, perhaps the two most pivotal figures in the history of humankind, each left behind a legacy of teachings and practices that have shaped the lives of billions of people over the course of two millennia. If they were to meet on the road today, what would each think of the other's spiritual views and practices? Thich Nhat Hanh has been part of a decades-long dialogue between the two greatest living contemplative traditions, and brings to Christianity an appreciation of its... Read more
What the Buddha Taught

What the Buddha Taught

by Walpola Rahula

Includes bibliographical references (p. 140-141) and index.

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The Wisdom Of Insecurity

The Wisdom Of Insecurity

by Alan W Watts

Suggests that the best way to achieve security in life is to let go of the anxiety associated with the past and future, understand and accept the limits of technology and science, and to focus on the present moment.
Ethics For the New Millennium

Ethics For the New Millennium

by Dalai Lama

In a difficult, uncertain time, it takes a person of great courage, such as the Dalai Lama, to give us hope. Regardless of the violence and cynicism we see on television and read about in the news, there is an argument to be made for basic human goodness. The number of people who spend their lives engaged in violence and dishonesty is tiny compared to the vast majority who would wish others only well. According to the Dalai Lama, our survival has depended and will continue to depend on our basic... Read more
Start Where You Are

Start Where You Are

by Pema Chodron

Pema Chödrön is an American Buddhist nun in the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa. She is resident teacher at Gampo Abbey in Nova Scotia, the first Tibetan monastery in North America established for Westerners. She is the author of many books and audiobooks, including the best-selling When Things Fall Apart and Don't Bite the Hook.
Tao Te Ching

Tao Te Ching

by Lao Tsu

The Tao Te Ching or Dao De Jing, whose authorship has been attributed to Laozi, is a Chinese classic text. Its name comes from the opening words of its two sections: 道 dào "way," Chapter 1, and 德 dé "virtue," Chapter 38, plus 經 jīng "classic. " According to tradition, it was written around the 6th century BC by the sage Laozi (or Lao Tzu, "Old Master"), a record-keeper at the Zhou Dynasty court, by whose name the text is known in China.
Buddhism Without Beliefs

Buddhism Without Beliefs

by Stephen Batchelor

A national bestseller and acclaimed guide to Buddhism for beginners and practitioners alike In this simple but important volume, Stephen Batchelor reminds us that the Buddha was not a mystic who claimed privileged, esoteric knowledge of the universe, but a man who challenged us to understand the nature of anguish, let go of its origins, and bring into being a way of life that is available to us all. The concepts and practices of Buddhism, says Batchelor, are not something to believe in... Read more
Awakening the Buddha Within

Awakening the Buddha Within

by Lama Surya Das

Lama Surya Das, the most highly trained American lama in the Tibetan tradition, presents the definitive book on Western Buddhism for the modern-day spiritual seeker.The radical and compelling message of Buddhism tells us that each of us has the wisdom, awareness, love, and power of the Buddha within; yet most of us are too often like sleeping Buddhas. In Awakening the Buddha Within, Surya Das shows how we can awaken to who we really are in order to lead a more compassionate, enlightened, and balanced... Read more
Tao Te Ching

Tao Te Ching

by Stephen Mitchell

The essential, classic text of Taoism. These 81 poems comprise an Eastern classic, the mystical and moral teachings of which have profoundly influenced the sacred scriptures of many religions.
Peace Is Every Step

Peace Is Every Step

by Thich Nhat Hanh

Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, poet, and peacemaker who was nominated by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for the Nobel Peace Prize. The author of many books, including Living Buddha, Living Christ, he lives in France in the monastic community known as Plum Village and lectures and gives retreats regularly in North America.
Tao Of Leadership

Tao Of Leadership

by John Heider

Magic & Mystery In Tibet

Magic & Mystery In Tibet

by Alexandra David Neel

I Am That

I Am That

by Nisargadatta Maharaj

Zen Flesh, Zen Bones

Zen Flesh, Zen Bones

by Paul Reps

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Yoga International

by Deborah Willoughby

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Light On Yoga

by B K S Iyengar

Eastern Philosophy Books & Ephemera

Tibetan Book Of the Dead

Tibetan Book Of the Dead

Chögyam Trungpa (1940–1987)—meditation master, teacher, and artist—founded Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, the first Buddhist-inspired university in North America; the Shambhala Training program; and an international association of meditation centers known as Shambhala International. He is the author of numerous books including Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior, Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism, and The Myth of Freedom.
The Collected Works

The Collected Works

by Gibran, Kahlil

Kahlil Gibran was born in 1883 in Lebanon and died in New York in 1931. His family emigrated to the United States in 1895. In his early teens, the artistry of Gibran's drawings caught the eye of his teachers and he was introduced to the avant-garde Boston artist, photographer, and publisher Fred Holland Day, who encouraged and supported Gibran in his creative endeavors. A publisher used some of Gibran's drawings for book covers in 1898, and Gibran held his first art exhibition in 1904 in Boston. In 1908,... Read more
Comfortable With Uncertainty

Comfortable With Uncertainty

by Chodron, Pema

Pema Chödrön is an American Buddhist nun in the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa. She is resident teacher at Gampo Abbey in Nova Scotia, the first Tibetan monastery in North America established for Westerners. She is the author of many books and audiobooks, including the best-selling When Things Fall Apart and Don't Bite the Hook.
The Miracle Of Mindfulness

The Miracle Of Mindfulness

by Hanh, Thich Nhat

Thich Nhat Hanh is author of Living Buddha, Living Christ and The Blooming of a Lotus.
The Buddha Said

The Buddha Said

by Osho

OSHO is one of the best-known and most provocative spiritual teachers of our time. The Sunday Times of London has named him one of the "1,000 makers of the twentieth century"; the novelist Tom Robbins has called him "the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ". Nearly two decades after his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to grow, reaching seekers around the world.
Freedom In Exile

Freedom In Exile

by Lama, Dalai

Freedom in Exile:The Autobiography of the Dalai Lama is an autobiography of Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, released in 1991.
The Art Of Power

The Art Of Power

by Hanh, Thich Nhat

Power is one of the central issues in our lives. From work to personal relationships, the struggle for power plays a pivotal role and more often than not prevents us from attaining freedom and happiness. The bottom–line mentality in our culture seeps unnoticed into every other part of our lives. Thich Nhat Hanh illustrates how our current understanding of power leads us on a never ending search for external markers like job title or salary. This me–first approach to life may have originated in the... Read more
Savor

Savor

by Thich Nhat Hanh, Lilian Cheung

The Way Of Zen

The Way Of Zen

by Watts, Alan W

Your True Home

Your True Home

by Hanh, Thich Nhat

The Upanishads

The Upanishads

by Nikhilananda, Swami