This book reveals how to build a foundation for the spiritual path, how to progress on that path and how to complete it. With compassion and wisdom we can solve all our daily problems and accomplish the real meaning of our human life, and like two wings of a bird they will enable us to reach enlightenment quickly.
An inspiring handbook of daily practice that is perfectly suited for those seeking solutions within Buddhism, as well as for encouraging practitioners of all faiths to deepen their understanding and practice of the spiritual path.
A Special Gift from the Author
The eBook edition of Modern Buddhism – The Path of Compassion and Wisdom, in three volumes, is being distributed freely at the request of the author Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. The author says...
So that these benefits can pervade the whole world, Geshe Kelsang wishes to give this eBook freely to everyone.
We would like to request you to please respect this precious Dharma book, which functions to free living beings from suffering permanently. If you continually read and practice the advice in this book, eventually your problems caused by anger, attachment and ignorance will cease.
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- Remarkable bookReview by Patrick
- A truly insightful guide for beginning and advanced practioners alike. Well written and easy-to-understand. It includes an introduction and core understanding of Buddhist beliefs, clear examples of modern-day experiences, the application of Dharma to our modern lives, concise presentments of both Sutra and Tantra, benchmarks for levels (or Scopes) of spiritual achievement, a definative glossary of materials covered, inclusion of fundamental daily prayers, and much more. This literature is offered in free downloadable form, and also in printed release for purchase. I highly recommend both. This is a masterwork of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso and sources from the very heart of his teachings. (Posted on 30/04/2012)