Joyful Path of Good Fortune: The Complete Buddhist Path to Enlightenment

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Tharpa, Jan 1, 1995 - Religion - 627 pages
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We all have the potential for self-transformation, and a limitless capacity for the growth of good qualities, but to fulfil this potential we need to know what to do along every stage of our spiritual journey.

With this book, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso offers us step-by-step guidance on the meditation practices that will lead us to lasting inner peace and happiness. With extraordinary clarity, he presents all Buddha’s teachings in the order in which they are to be practised, enriching his explanation with stories and illuminating analogies. Following these practical instructions, we will come to experience for ourselves the joy that arises from making progress on a clear and structured path that leads to full enlightenment.

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Review: Joyful Path of Good Fortune: The Complete Buddhist Path to Enlightenment

User Review  - Jools Rennie - Goodreads

Read this book once on my own and enjoyed it, now I'm reading it has part of a class and it's even better an easier to understand when you can discuss it with other like minded Buddhists. :) Read full review

Review: Joyful Path of Good Fortune: The Complete Buddhist Path to Enlightenment

User Review  - Richard Murton - Goodreads

This is probably a very good book for people wishing to re-affirm their beliefs or establish a context for their already budding spirituality. As a non-Buddhist I found it to be reasonably informative ... Read full review

About the author (1995)

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso was ordained as a Buddhist monk in Tibet at the age of eight.
He is a fully accomplished meditation master, prolific author, and international teacher
who has lived in the West since 1977 and has founded over 1,100 Kadampa Buddhist
meditation centers and groups around the world. His 21 acclaimed books reveal the
entire Buddhist path to enlightenment, including Buddha's Sutra and Tantra
teachings.

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