Blooming in the Desert: Favorite Teachings of the Wildflower Monk Taungpulu Sayadaw
Anne Teich Anne Teich Taungpulu T. Sayadaw Andrew Harvey
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Jan 21, 2020 - 15:33 PMBy Anne Teich Anne Teich Taungpulu T. Sayadaw Andrew Harvey

In 1978, at the age of 80, the Burmese forest monk Taungpulu Sayadaw left his native country for the first time and came to California, where he taught and established the West s first Burmese Buddhist temple and monastery Revered as a saint in his lifetime and after his death in 1986, Taungpulu Sayadaw s calm, joyful presence, forged in a lifetime s dedication to the ausIn 1978, at the age of 80, the Burmese forest monk Taungpulu Sayadaw left his native country for the first time and came to California, where he taught and established the West s first Burmese Buddhist temple and monastery Revered as a saint in his lifetime and after his death in 1986, Taungpulu Sayadaw s calm, joyful presence, forged in a lifetime s dedication to the austere spiritual path of the Theravada forest tradition, was a beacon of hope to Burmese people in exile and a radiant example of living Buddhism for all who encountered him This selection of the Sayadaw s favorite discourses, parables, chants, and meditations distills the essence of the fundamental Buddhist practices of mindfulness, non attachment, and loving kindness.
  • Title: Blooming in the Desert: Favorite Teachings of the Wildflower Monk Taungpulu Sayadaw
  • Author: Anne Teich Anne Teich Taungpulu T. Sayadaw Andrew Harvey
  • ISBN: 9781556432231
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback

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Dean Jan 21, 2020 - 15:33 PM
Excellent book of short teachings and entries based on the teachings and pithy instructions of a living arahat, Taungpulu Sayadaw from Burma.
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Blooming in the Desert: Favorite Teachings of the Wildflower Monk Taungpulu Sayadaw By Anne Teich Anne Teich Taungpulu T. Sayadaw Andrew Harvey In 1978, at the age of 80, the Burmese forest monk Taungpulu Sayadaw left his native country for the first time and came to California, where he taught and established the West s first Burmese Buddhist temple and monastery Revered as a saint in his lifetime and after his death in 1986, Taungpulu Sayadaw s calm, joyful presence, forged in a lifetime s dedication to the ausIn 1978, at the age of 80, the Burmese forest monk Taungpulu Sayadaw left his native country for the first time and came to California, where he taught and established the West s first Burmese Buddhist temple and monastery Revered as a saint in his lifetime and after his death in 1986, Taungpulu Sayadaw s calm, joyful presence, forged in a lifetime s dedication to the austere spiritual path of the Theravada forest tradition, was a beacon of hope to Burmese people in exile and a radiant example of living Buddhism for all who encountered him This selection of the Sayadaw s favorite discourses, parables, chants, and meditations distills the essence of the fundamental Buddhist practices of mindfulness, non attachment, and loving kindness.

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