The Buddhist Handbook: A Complete Guide to Buddhist Schools, Teaching, Practice, and History by John Snelling
The Buddhist Handbook: A Complete Guide to Buddhist Schools, Teaching, Practice, and History
Author: John Snelling
Title: The Buddhist Handbook: A Complete Guide to Buddhist Schools, Teaching, Practice, and History
ISBN10: 0892813199
ISBN13: 978-0892813193
Format: .PDF .EPUB .FB2
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Publisher: Inner Traditions (March 1992)
Language: English
Size pdf: 1270 kb
Size epub: 1338 kb
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Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Buddhism
Explains all aspects of this ancient religion, from the early history, world view, meditation practices, and festivals of Buddhism to the westward migration of Buddhist thought and its contribution to the field of psychotherapy. Included are chapters on Who's Who in Buddhism (a modern Western perspective) and contemporary Buddhist activities in North America.

This is the first book to provide an overview of Buddhism worldwide. A consumer's guide to Buddhism, this handbook serves as the perfect introduction. Offers an orientation to the different schools, concepts, interpretations, teachers, and organizations throughout the Buddhist world.