The Young Prince As the young prince grew up he mastered all the traditional arts and sciences without needing any instruction. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, has a most gentle, encouraging way in which he describes the buddhist theory, practice and its lifestyle.
Seeing how all living beings are trapped in this vicious circle of suffering he felt deep compassion for them, and he developed a sincere wish to free all of them from their suffering. It has a gentle tone and is very inspiring. During this read I learned about the path to enlightenment, thankfuly this also made sense to me.
These encounters left a deep impression on his mind and led him to realize that all living beings without exception have to experience the sufferings of birth, sickness, ageing and death. The author of this is the founder of this organization, adn he is a Tibetan Buddhist monk who moved to England, split from the main Gelugpa tradition, and began his own.
This wonderful intoduction to Buddah, turned into a clear, consise intro into what I gradually discovered to be a whole new world. This wonderful intoduction t An introduction to the rendition of buddhas life enjoyed this book very much, it gave me a much better insight into who buddah was as well as their thoughts about what it means to be a buddhist.
At the same time, there are aspects of this dharma that I have not had an easy time accepting, such as some of the ideas concerning karma. It gives us the confidence to be the best person that we can be. My past idea of Buddhism is much different to the reality from reading this.
In this explanation of the Buddhists way I was able to understand past and future lives, along with receiving a clear idea about karma and clarity on meditation Realizing that only a fully enlightened Buddha has the wisdom and the power to help all living beings in this way, he resolved to leave the palace and retire to the solitude of the forest where he would engage in profound meditation until he attained enlightenment.
I now believe that reincarnation of this soul is a very distinct possibility.
On first encountering this dharma, I was struck by its analysis of the endless struggle of ordinary human life, and this conformed with my views. Although he did not need to study, he did so to please his father and to benefit others. Because he understood the laws of reincarnation he also realized that they experience these sufferings not just once, but again and again, in life after life without cessation.
Jan 26, Kunden Kelsang rated it it was amazing I love this book. Through meditation and study, I have come to be aware of the existence within myself of a soul called the "very subtle mind" by Gyatso that is primary to and independent of the body and ordinary mind.
It is written very clearly and simply with examples and stories.
It went deeper than other religious teachi This was an important book for me, because I eventually became a student and member of this tradition, the New Kadampa Tradition of Buddhism.
During these visits he came into contact with many old people and sick people, and on one occasion he saw a corpse. Since Buddhism has grown in popularity in the West, there are many introductory books out there, but this was the one that had the biggest impact on me.
Gyatso does wonderful job of outlining the basics of his Tibetan Buddhist teachings in this wonderful book. The prince would take every opportunity to convey spiritual meanings and to encourage others to follow spiritual paths. Glad I read it though. By witnessing demonstrations such as this, thousands of people developed faith in the prince.
It went deeper than other religious teachings I have experienced, to some essential truths about the human condition. He once told his father that he could count all the atoms in the world in the time it takes to draw a single breath.
He knew sixty-four different languages, each with their own alphabet, and he was also very skilled at mathematics.DOWNLOAD THE BUDDHA IN DAILY LIFE AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BUDDHISM OF NICHIREN DAISHONIN the buddha in daily pdf The Buddha In Daily Life.
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The following excerpts about the life of Buddha are taken from Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s book, Introduction to Buddhism The prince would take every opportunity to convey spiritual meanings and to encourage others to follow spiritual paths.Download