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    The Buddhist Vision: A Path to Fulfillment

    £11.99
    What is the Buddhist vision? Put simply, it is that all human beings can develop. Each one of us can find a way beyond the dissatisfaction and suffering of everyday life and realize our full potential. In describing three important Buddhist symbols, Subhuti shows us how.
    ISBN: 9781899579365
    AuthorDharmachari Subhuti
    Pub Date01/03/2001
    BindingPaperback
    Pages232
    Availability: In Stock

    What is the Buddhist vision? Put simply, it is that all human beings can develop. Each one of us can find a way beyond the dissatisfaction and suffering of everyday life and realize our full potential. In describing three important Buddhist symbols, Subhuti shows us how. The Wheel of Life depicts how we can typically experience and respond to the world. The Spiral Path describes how we can break out of this habitual pattern. The Mandala of the Five Buddhas represents the highest spiritual qualities to which we can aspire. Informed by more than 25 years of committed Buddhist practice, Subhuti's clarity and understanding should be welcomed by both newcomers to Buddhism and those with more experience. His inspiring call challenges us to follow the Buddhist path with all our heart.

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    What is the Buddhist vision? Put simply, it is that all human beings can develop. Each one of us can find a way beyond the dissatisfaction and suffering of everyday life and realize our full potential. In describing three important Buddhist symbols, Subhuti shows us how. The Wheel of Life depicts how we can typically experience and respond to the world. The Spiral Path describes how we can break out of this habitual pattern. The Mandala of the Five Buddhas represents the highest spiritual qualities to which we can aspire. Informed by more than 25 years of committed Buddhist practice, Subhuti's clarity and understanding should be welcomed by both newcomers to Buddhism and those with more experience. His inspiring call challenges us to follow the Buddhist path with all our heart.