Draeger, Donn F. New York and Tokyo: Weatherhill. Faure, Bernard. Unmasking Buddhism. Malden, Oxford, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. CrossRef Google Scholar. Isozaki, Arata. Musashi, Miyamoto. New York: Bantam Books. Oosterling, Henk. Japanese Notions of Ma and Basho. Random , Michael. Ratti, Oscar and Adele Westbrook. Sun Tzu. The Art of War. Suzuki, Daisetz, T. Zen and Japanese Culture. Ueshiba, Morihei. The Secret Teachings of Aikido. Yamamoto, Tsunetomo. Bushido: The Way of the Samurai. Chants in transliterated Thai and English.
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Bolerium Books Inc. Jayaswal Institute, ISBN: Minor wear.
Minor rubbing. De Lezenaar eunlbe [Books from De Lezenaar]. Sl cock. Transparent stain 2" at widest that starts at front wrap's tail near corner and extends through entire text-block. Nick to laminate at mid-spine front. Corners rubbed. No other markings on interior. The Wheel of Life depicts the process in which the cycle of rebirth is set in motion as well as the five main samsaric realms. The first two of the book's three parts are in bilingual format with English and Tibetan on facing pages.
Zen and Japanese Culture | Daisetz T. Suzuki | First edition
The first part is an abridgement of the canonical record from the Vinaya scriptures that describes events related to the famous Wheel of Life drawing. The story concludes with the Buddha revealing the past karmic deeds that were responsible for many of the experiences encountered by that the main characters in the narrative.
The second part which gives philosophical definitions and explanations of the elements depicted in the drawing also features quotations from classical Buddhist texts. The third part is a lecture given by Sermey Khensur Lobsang Tharchin on the meaning of the images that depict the twelve limbs of dependent origination. Soft Cover. Color photograph of author. Includes extensive list of definitions.
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Otherwise clean, tight copy. Six-sided, folded, exhibition gallery pamphlet for The Joseph E. Hotung Gallery of Oriental Antiquities as set up in Shows the plan of Room 33 and 33b, as well as the North Stairs. Includes a chronology. Pronunciation guide. Measures Diatrope Books namus [Books from Diatrope Books].
Six-sided, folded, exhibition gallery pamphlet for the Joseph E. Hotun Gallery of Oriental Antiquities as set up in Shows the plan of Room 33a and Room 33 as well as the North Stairs. Includes a chronology of India. Vol First edition. First Edition Thus; First Printing indicated. Very Near Fine in Wraps: shows only the most minute indications of use: just a hint of wear to extremities; mildest rubbing. Binding square and secure; text clean. Very close to 'As New'. Edited and with an Introduction by Ranuka Singh.
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Invaluable wisdom from one of the most revered and trusted leaders and writers in the world. His Holiness the Dalai Lama continues his interpretation of the ancient wisdom of the Buddha for the modern world. He speaks to us about the paths to self-realisation and the need to overcome negative emotions in order to develop one's inner consciousness. Wise compassionate and pragmatic he offers advice on many everyday issues such as how best to free yourself from emotional afflictions and petty cravings and how to transform anxiety and depression into contentment.
Hb x mm, pp. Wraps, spiralbound. Spiralbinding dented about midway, rear cover missing; else very good. Bibliomania namus [Books from Bibliomania]. Royal octavo. Plus different frontispiece to each volume, with tissue-guard, and numerous photographic plates. A very good, untrimmed set, in overall fine condition, a bit foxed in places.
Beside with China, his travelogue deals also with Japan, Korea, Manchuria. Two volumes. Hardcover, uniformly bound in the original publisher's full green cloth, embossed lettering on cover, spine gilt, contemporary inscription to one volume. No marks or inscriptions. No creasing to covers or to spine.
Zen in English Liiterature and Oriental Classics
A very clean very tight copy with bright unmarked boards and no bumping to corners. Scarce in the UK. Later Edition, Softcover. White spine with blue lettering. Tight binding. Clean pages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: With Snow Lion Publications. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Pictorial-portrait illustrated card wrapper mildly edgeworn and scuffed, softly corner creased.
Translated and edited by Jeffrey Hopkins, et al. Consisting of a collection of talks given by the Dalai Lama during his tours of North America between , where he spoke at scores of universities, colleges, ecumenical gatherings, Buddhist centers and public meetings. His practical message speaks to people everywhere of the importance of kindness, love and compassion. A concluding discourse explains the basic meeting points of thought between the old and new schools in Tibet.
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