Six Keys to Buddhist Living: Simple Rules for Joy and Peace of Mind

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Octopus Publishing Group, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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This inspiring book boils down the recipe for a spiritually rich and satisfied life to six simple rules. They can help anyone, of any faith, find deep joy and peace of mind. Based on an authentic and ancient Buddhist teaching called the 'Six Perfections', the rules have updated and explained for today. Following these guidelines, you'll learn to be more generous to yourself and others, to honuor your commitments and act with compassion, to control your anger and banish self-hate, to approach tasks with enthusiasm and perseverance, to focus with clarity on whatever you're doing, and to understand that the life's dreamlike nature opens new horizons of possibility. Entertaining and profound, this little book can be a wise bedside companion, a perfect resource for your home meditation space and a practical training manual for living a happier and more fulfilling life.

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Madonna Gauding is a writer and editor, and a student of Tibetan Buddhism for more than twelve years.

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