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Part I

CONTENTS
1The Unique Characteristics of Buddhism - Step 11
2The Fundamental Concepts of Humanistic Buddhism - Step 228
3The Four Nobal Truths: The Essence of Buddhism - Step 351
4The Great Buddha -Step 475
5The Buddhist Perspective on Life and Destiny - Step 5101
6The Wheel of Rebirth - Step 6127
7When We Die - Step 7150
8Ten of Life's Common Concerns - Step 8173
9Conditionality: The Law of Cause and Effect - Step 9195
10Cause and Condition - Step 10213
11A Glimpse of Chah through the Sixth Patriarch's Platform Sutra - Step 11240
12The Essence of Cham - Step 12262
13Teaching, Learning, and Upholding the Way in Chan Buddhism - Step 13278
14Buddhism and Psychology - Step 14301
15A Buddhist Approach to Management - Step 15316
16Sounds of the Dharma: Buddhism and Music - Step 16331
17Looking Ahead: A Guide for Young Buddhists - Step 17 347
18The Amitabha Sutra and the Pure Land School - Step 18371
19Building Connections: Buddhism & Architecture - Step 19390
20The Diamond Sutra and the Study of Wisdom and Empritness - Step 20405
21Protecting Our Enviroment - Step 21425
22On Becoming a Bodhisattva - Step 22439
23Speaking of Love and Affection - Step- 23163
Part II

Introduction

Since the origin of the world, birth, aging, illness, and dead' have been unavoidable. Prince Siddhartha learned of this truth when he ventured beyond his palace and visited the poor area o: town. There, amidst beggars, sick people, and frail elders, he saw the reality of life. Immediately, a desire arose in his heart to relieve the pain and suffering of these people. Thus, he renounced his life of luxury and became a monk, hoping that through meditation and cultivation he could find solutions for poor and ailing people.

From the beginning, the Buddha (formerly Prince Siddhartha) realized that just as one can suffer from physical diseases, one could also suffer from an unhealthy mindset. To cure diseases 01 both the body and mind, the Buddha devoted his entire life to passing down the knowledge of the Tripitaka. While the Buddha sought to cure both physical and mental illness, greater emphasis was placed upon the mind. He used knowledge of the Dharma to heal illnesses that arise from the three poisons: greed, anger, and ignorance. The Buddha's medicine treats diseases originating in the patients' minds, curing them of these poisons. Psychologists also treat illnesses by working with their patient's mental state but their treatment differs from the Buddhist practice of treating the mind. According to Buddhism, the pure and wondrous Dharma is the perfect medication for an ailing mind, as well as a sick body.

Keeping both the mind and body healthy is important, for the body is the vehicle that we use to practice the Dharma. Like all things, the mind and the body are interdependent; the health of the mind influences the health of the body and the health 01 the body influences the health of the mind. Using the healthy body as a tool, we can cultivate a compassionate heart and a cleat mind. With a cultivated mind, we are able to examine ourselves, clearly see the nature of our problems, and work to resolve them. We will then approach the path to true health.

CONTENTS
1Buddhism, Medicine, and Health - Step 241
2Nirvana - Step 25 26
3Seeing the Buddha - Step 26 47
4A Discussion on Buddhist Perception andUnderstanding - Step 27 73
5Buddhism and Volunteerism - Step 28 94
6Buddhism and Tea Ceremony - Step 29 112
7Buddhism and Sculpture - Step 30 124
8Buddhist Perspectives on Spiritual Practice - Step 31 138
9The Buddhist Perspective on the Supernatural - Step 32 166
10Buddhism and Healing - Step 33 190
11Ghosts and the Afterlife - Step 34 216
12The Buddhist Perspective on Time and Space - Step 35 239
13Worldly Living, Transcendental Practice - Step 36 264
14The Buddhist Perspective on Women's Rights - Step 37 288
15Buddhism and Vegetarianism - Step 38 313
16Letting Go -Step 39 339
17Seeing Clearly -Step 40 363
18Meditation -Step 41381
19The Triple Gem - Step 42 403
20The Five Precepts - Step 43 430
























Buddhism in Every Step (Set of Two Volumes)

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Part 1: 9789382017332
Part 2: 9789382017349
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Part I

CONTENTS
1The Unique Characteristics of Buddhism - Step 11
2The Fundamental Concepts of Humanistic Buddhism - Step 228
3The Four Nobal Truths: The Essence of Buddhism - Step 351
4The Great Buddha -Step 475
5The Buddhist Perspective on Life and Destiny - Step 5101
6The Wheel of Rebirth - Step 6127
7When We Die - Step 7150
8Ten of Life's Common Concerns - Step 8173
9Conditionality: The Law of Cause and Effect - Step 9195
10Cause and Condition - Step 10213
11A Glimpse of Chah through the Sixth Patriarch's Platform Sutra - Step 11240
12The Essence of Cham - Step 12262
13Teaching, Learning, and Upholding the Way in Chan Buddhism - Step 13278
14Buddhism and Psychology - Step 14301
15A Buddhist Approach to Management - Step 15316
16Sounds of the Dharma: Buddhism and Music - Step 16331
17Looking Ahead: A Guide for Young Buddhists - Step 17 347
18The Amitabha Sutra and the Pure Land School - Step 18371
19Building Connections: Buddhism & Architecture - Step 19390
20The Diamond Sutra and the Study of Wisdom and Empritness - Step 20405
21Protecting Our Enviroment - Step 21425
22On Becoming a Bodhisattva - Step 22439
23Speaking of Love and Affection - Step- 23163
Part II

Introduction

Since the origin of the world, birth, aging, illness, and dead' have been unavoidable. Prince Siddhartha learned of this truth when he ventured beyond his palace and visited the poor area o: town. There, amidst beggars, sick people, and frail elders, he saw the reality of life. Immediately, a desire arose in his heart to relieve the pain and suffering of these people. Thus, he renounced his life of luxury and became a monk, hoping that through meditation and cultivation he could find solutions for poor and ailing people.

From the beginning, the Buddha (formerly Prince Siddhartha) realized that just as one can suffer from physical diseases, one could also suffer from an unhealthy mindset. To cure diseases 01 both the body and mind, the Buddha devoted his entire life to passing down the knowledge of the Tripitaka. While the Buddha sought to cure both physical and mental illness, greater emphasis was placed upon the mind. He used knowledge of the Dharma to heal illnesses that arise from the three poisons: greed, anger, and ignorance. The Buddha's medicine treats diseases originating in the patients' minds, curing them of these poisons. Psychologists also treat illnesses by working with their patient's mental state but their treatment differs from the Buddhist practice of treating the mind. According to Buddhism, the pure and wondrous Dharma is the perfect medication for an ailing mind, as well as a sick body.

Keeping both the mind and body healthy is important, for the body is the vehicle that we use to practice the Dharma. Like all things, the mind and the body are interdependent; the health of the mind influences the health of the body and the health 01 the body influences the health of the mind. Using the healthy body as a tool, we can cultivate a compassionate heart and a cleat mind. With a cultivated mind, we are able to examine ourselves, clearly see the nature of our problems, and work to resolve them. We will then approach the path to true health.

CONTENTS
1Buddhism, Medicine, and Health - Step 241
2Nirvana - Step 25 26
3Seeing the Buddha - Step 26 47
4A Discussion on Buddhist Perception andUnderstanding - Step 27 73
5Buddhism and Volunteerism - Step 28 94
6Buddhism and Tea Ceremony - Step 29 112
7Buddhism and Sculpture - Step 30 124
8Buddhist Perspectives on Spiritual Practice - Step 31 138
9The Buddhist Perspective on the Supernatural - Step 32 166
10Buddhism and Healing - Step 33 190
11Ghosts and the Afterlife - Step 34 216
12The Buddhist Perspective on Time and Space - Step 35 239
13Worldly Living, Transcendental Practice - Step 36 264
14The Buddhist Perspective on Women's Rights - Step 37 288
15Buddhism and Vegetarianism - Step 38 313
16Letting Go -Step 39 339
17Seeing Clearly -Step 40 363
18Meditation -Step 41381
19The Triple Gem - Step 42 403
20The Five Precepts - Step 43 430
























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