Buddhist Wisdom for Daily LivingBook - 2001
Buddhist Wisdom for Daily Living examines why 2500-year-old Buddhist beliefs and philosophies have relevance in today's society. For the reader, contemporary Buddhist practice acts as a bridge between the monastery and the larger world. It enables them to find calmness, clarity and insight for dealing with the challenges of everyday life. In doing so, they'll discover the true length and breadth of the Buddhist path. Meditations are offered for each day, along with advice for beginning meditation and correct posture. Readers will also learn how mindful meditation and right living can make them more aware and committed to their individual spiritual paths.Christopher Titmuss teaches insight meditation and spiritual awakening worldwide and has written a number of books on spiritual practice, including Light on Enlightenment, the Power of Meditation and the Buddha's Book of Daily Meditations. After having spent six years as a Buddhist monk in Thailand and India, Christopher now lives in Devon, England, where he serves as a guiding teacher at Gaia House, an international Buddhist retreat center of which he is also co-founder. Christopher is also a founding member of the international board of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : Walking Stick Press, 2001.
Characteristics: 160 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.