4 edition of Vipassanā, the Buddhist way found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Harcharan Singh Sobti.|
|Contributions||Sobatī, Haracarana Siṅgha.|
|LC Classifications||BQ5630.V5 V56 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||181 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||92900730|
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So sometimes people who self-identify as Buddhist do pray, although prayer isn't part of what the historical Buddha's taught.
Buddhist Chanting Liturgy There are several different types of texts that are chanted as part of Buddhist liturgies, and especially in Mahayana Buddhism the chants often are directed to transcendent buddhas and bodhisattvas. The goal and result of vipassanā meditation is to be free from all kinds, all shades and all levels of mental and physical suffering.
If you desire this kind of freedom, you should rejoice that you have an opportunity to strive to achieve it. No que os Budistas Acreditam – K. Sri Dhammananda (eBook: Web) ; Budismo em Poucas Palavras – Nārada Mahathera (eBook: Web, PDF, ePUB); O Buddha, Sua Vida e Ensinamentos – Ven.
Piyadassi Thera (eBook: Web); A Vida de Buda e o Caminho – Ven. Puhulwelle Vipassi (eBook: Web); O Brilho que a Vida Tem – Ajaan Fuang Jotiko (eBook: PDF, ePUB); Uma Oferta de Dhamma – Ajahn Chah Author: Marcos Mundim.