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Common or Garden Dharma. Essays on Contemporary Buddhism, Volume 1
By Michel Clasquin-Johnson
Series: Common or Garden Dharma. Essays on Contemporary Buddhism. Price: Free! Words: 43,660. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
A number of shorter works that I have written over the years for which I never signed off the electronic rights - mostly because they didn't exist then! Some started out as academic articles and have been rewritten to appeal to a broader audience. Others were written in a popular style, but were tucked away in newsletters that were not archived or on defunct web sites.
Common or Garden Dharma. Essays on Contemporary Buddhism, Volume 2
By Michel Clasquin-Johnson
Series: Common or Garden Dharma. Essays on Contemporary Buddhism. Price: Free! Words: 64,190. Language: English. Published: March 17, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
A number of shorter works that I have written over the years for which I never signed off the electronic rights - mostly because they didn't exist back then! This is the second book in the series.
A Question of Dharma
By Aloka David Smith
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 43,000. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
we can learn much from the questions of others, and readers may see themselves in any of the 108 questions in this book. aloka david smith’s 108 responses to those questions reflect his near 40 years of commitment to dharma practice whereby he meets the spirit of each question in his own direct and often playful way leading the reader into a profundity that will clarify as much as it will inspire.
The Five Pillars of Transformation
By Aloka David Smith
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 31,020. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
this book specially written for the dharmamind group covers five vital principles that need to be addressed by those dharma practitioners interested in practicing the immanent model - often referred to as the "practice of no practice" - of chan or zen of mahayana buddhism.