Eight Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness e-book
by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Composed by the great Tibetan Bodhisattva, Langri Tangpa, this short poem shows how we can transform all life's difficulties into valuable spiritual insights.
He is the author of 22 highly acclaimed books that transmit perfectly the ancient wisdom of Buddhism to our modern world. He has also founded over 1200 Kadampa Buddhist Centers and groups throughout the world.
Kelsang Gyatso has also translated and/or composed many sadhanas, or prayer booklets, for the practice of many of the . Eight Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness, Tharpa Publications (2000).
Kelsang Gyatso has also translated and/or composed many sadhanas, or prayer booklets, for the practice of many of the Buddhist Tantras. Kay says that NKT-IKBU practitioners practice their tradition exclusively, "eschewing eclecticism. Kelsang Gyatso's "conservative and traditional presentation of Buddhism" is appealing to Westerners who "wish for a meaningful alternative to spiritual pluralism.
Resident in the West since 1977, he is the author of 21 highly acclaimed books that perfectly transmit the ancient wisdom of Buddhism to our modern world. He has also founded over 1100 Kadampa Buddhist Centres and groups throughout the world.
Eight Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness. While I do like some of the Buddhist teachings on equanimity and loving kindness, I feel that Christianity is still more "accepting" in terms of achieving happiness - in Buddhism, the "only" way to achieve true happiness is to become a Buddha yourself, which makes me question why the author even titled the book that way in the first place.
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso reveals practical ways in which we can use this timeless wisdom to find meaning and lasting happiness in our busy modern lives.
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This inspiring book reveals essential methods for developing universal love and compassion, the source of true happiness for both self and others.
He has also founded over 1200 Kadampa Buddhist centres and groups throughout the world. Find out more at ww. harpa.