MEDITATION & PHILOSOPHY
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A translation by Stephen Mitchell. 108 pages (2011)
The eighty-one verses of Tao Te Ching translated by Star provides a comprehensive codex to the ancient Chinese masterpiece. Inthis concise volume discover Star's literary adaptation of wisdom. (2008) 103pp
Teaches you how to connect the body with the Five Elemental Forces of nature, as well as the moon, sun, planets, stars, and galaxies. Many drawings and colour photos, - By Mantak Chia and Dirk Oellibrandt. (2004) 211 pages
Maintain your health through Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine with this user-friendly guide. Learn to lead a happy, healthy, and fulfilling life for yourself and for your entire family. - By X. Xu (2001) 221pp
Faithfully translated from the Chinese, this influential text explores the theory and physiological aspects of meditation and Chinese medical Qigong. This personal account was written to share the benefits of meditation practice.
Offering step-by-step guidelines to fully prepare yourself for a deep fast, Buhner explores what to expect during and after spiritual, emotional, and physical fasting and detoxification. He details the necessary dietary and mental preparations leading up to your fast, what you can and can't do during a fast, and how to end your fast. 207pp (2012)
A succinct authoritative & accessible introduction to Buddhism.Organized in 9 key themes:Origins,Aspects of the Divine,SacredTexts,Sacred Persons,Ethical Principles,Sacred Spaces,Sacred Time,Death & Afterlife,Society & Religion.- By M Eckel(2003)112pp
Thomas Cleary brings a new welcoming common sense to this recognised scholarly classic. - (1991) 184 pages
The author's explorations of the images, feelings, sensations and intuitions of the diverse organs and cells leads to exercises that gently guide students in ways to discovering and integrating their bodies. - By L. Hartley. (1989) 346pp
Yin Yang from the Classical Texts is an edited transcript of two seminars given in 2005 in London. Chinese characters are included throughout the text to clarify the meaning of key terms. Where appropriate, the ideograms are explained. (2006) 141pp
This new edition of Vol.1 on the early years of emergence of Zen through India and China. New developments in the study of Zen are explored in the provocative new introduction, which addsfurther significance to the history given. (2005) 387pp