Buddhism Plain and Simple : The Practice of Being Aware, Right Now, Every Day

Buddhism Plain and Simple : The Practice of Being Aware, Right Now, Every Day

Steve Hagen / Oct 14, 2019

Buddhism Plain and Simple The Practice of Being Aware Right Now Every Day The classic look at Buddhism in general and awareness in particular rereleased in an attractive hardcover edition Buddhism Plain and Simple offers a clear straightforward approach to Buddhism in gene

  • Title: Buddhism Plain and Simple : The Practice of Being Aware, Right Now, Every Day
  • Author: Steve Hagen
  • ISBN: 0804843368
  • Page: 242
  • Format: reli
  • The classic look at Buddhism in general and awareness in particular rereleased in an attractive hardcover edition Buddhism Plain and Simple offers a clear, straightforward approach to Buddhism in general and awareness in particular It is about being awake and in touch with what is going on here and now With a new foreword by the author When the Buddha was asked to sum up his teaching in a single word, he said, Awareness The Buddha taught how to see directly into the nature of experience His observations and insights are plain, practical, and down to earth, and they deal exclusively with the present In this book, Steve Hagen presents these uncluttered, original teachings in everyday, accessible language unencumbered by religious ritual, tradition, or belief

    • [PDF] Download ↠ Buddhism Plain and Simple : The Practice of Being Aware, Right Now, Every Day | by ✓ Steve Hagen
      242 Steve Hagen
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ↠ Buddhism Plain and Simple : The Practice of Being Aware, Right Now, Every Day | by ✓ Steve Hagen
      Posted by:Steve Hagen
      Published :2019-07-16T16:09:32+00:00

    About "Steve Hagen"

      • Steve Hagen

        Steve Hagen Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Buddhism Plain and Simple : The Practice of Being Aware, Right Now, Every Day book, this is one of the most wanted Steve Hagen author readers around the world.


    952 Comments

    1. Ce livre fait partie des livres les plus intéressants et les plus clairs que j'ai pu lire sur le bouddhisme. Il reflète de façon simple les écrits d'origines et la pratique de base (Tipitaka). Il donne des indications précises sur ce qu'il faut faire pour vivre concrètement selon la philosophie bouddhiste.Nous sommes loin du bouddhisme "bizounours" prôné par de nombreux auteurs prolifiques francophones, plus loin encore du bouddhisme intello-spiritu-à-la-guimauve du "lama business man " [...]


    2. This is a good book about Buddhism if you already have some years of learning about the subject or practicing however as an introduction this is awful the writer is almost enigmatic in his writing and I think that in the whole book he must have used 5 examples at best the rest of the time he will simply leave you with a vague concept and it's for you to understand it and work on itfor example in a sentence he writes that you should learn to forget all your senses but he doesn't take the time to [...]


    3. This is the 5th or 6th Book on Buddhism. This is my current favorite. What I liked is that it appears to be limited to what the Buddha's concepts were, where others summarize a particular flavor of Buddhism (e.g. Tibetan) that has evolved over the last 2,500 years. Steve Hagen's Part One and Part Two are clear, easy to read and pretty easy to understand and remember to the point that you can utilize it in your own life. Part Three feels like the editors said it wasn't big enough and he tacked [...]


    4. This book has nothing to do with the cultural and religious aspects of Buddhism; it describes the core teachings. Which I like.It answered a question that I had for a long time: how can a buddhist survive in the real world, without conceptualizing, making judgments and having desires - all things that he is supposed to be free of? Well, as it turns out, being “free” does not mean not having thoughts and desires. Being “free” is recognizing them for what they are - being aware of them - a [...]


    5. (Revised 02Jan2014 to remove the one con since fixed in the latest printing.) I bought this book as part of a personal research project. I'm studying the Toyota Production System (TPS) - a series of counterintuitive manufacturing techniques - and knew little, if anything, about Buddhism. Apparently, Buddhism is a belief system (like vegetarianism) and it isn't really a religion. If it helps the uninitiated digest my point, you could be Catholic Buddhism Vegetarian. These belief systems can h [...]


    6. I have long been fascinated and curious about Buddhist philosophy and tenets- but as the author points out, usually found myself lost, confused and discouraged soon after starting to read books and articles on the subject.The title pulled me in right away, and in the main I feel the book was successful in bringing the core of the message to me in way that was generally jargon-free and logical.There were still some points that were difficult to comprehend, but I don't think it's the author's 'fau [...]


    7. This book should be every aspiring buddhists bread and butter it actually breaks down the eightfold path into nice and understandable sections all the while still reaching a depth of working knowledge about each part


    Leave a Reply