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Not About Being Good: A Practical Guide to Buddhist Ethics

Not About Being Good: A Practical Guide to Buddhist Ethics

Subhadramati introduces 'Not About Being Good' from Clear Vision Trust on Vimeo.

 
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ISBN: 9781909314016

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Not About Being Good
A Practical Guide to Buddhist Ethics
Subhadramati

While there are numerous books on Buddhist meditation and philosophy, there are few books that are entirely devoted to the practice of Buddhist ethics. Subhadramati communicates clearly both their founding principles and the practical methods to embody them.

Buddhist ethics are not about conforming to a set of conventions, not about 'being good' in order to gain rewards. Instead, living ethically springs from the awareness that other people are no different from yourself. You can actively develop this awareness, through cultivating love, clarity and contentment. Helping you to come into greater harmony with all that lives, this is ultimately your guidebook to a more satisfactory life.


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Contents
Introduction p1
Introduction p2
Introduction p3
Introduction p4
Introduction p5
Introduction p6
Introduction p7
Introduction p8
Introduction p9
Introduction p10
Introduction p11
Introduction p12
Introduction p13

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Positive Customer Review
Judith Sloboda (Guest)
Clear, honest and accessible
I want to express my appreciation of your writing for its warmth and clarity, its accessibility and yet pointing to things profound, its honesty and its invitation to practise the Dharma. It is both encouraging and deeply challenging, as the Dharma should be; and it is so much in the lineage of Bhante Sangharakshita and his teachings and approach - not least because it draws on western literature as well as Buddhist scripture. I hope you'll write more.

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