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  • Virtual Orientalismby Jane Iwamura

    Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 17.99

    Jane Iwamura examines contemporary fascination with Eastern spirituality and provides a cultural history of the representation of Asian religions in American mass media. At the heart of her study is the Oriental Monk, a non-sexual, solitary, conventionalized icon who generously and purposefully shares his wisdom with the West. more...

  • Ties That Bindby Reiko Ohnuma

    Oxford University Press 2012; US$ 37.99

    Reiko Ohnuma offers a wide-ranging exploration of maternal imagery and discourse in pre-modern South Asian Buddhism, drawing on textual sources preserved in Pali and Sanskrit. She demonstrates that Buddhism in India had a complex and ambivalent relationship with mothers and motherhood-symbolically, affectively, and institutionally. more...

  • Unbounded Wholenessby Anne Carolyn Klein; Geshe Tenzin Rinpoche Wangyal

    Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 26.99

    In this book, Anne Carolyn Klein, an American scholar and teacher of Buddhism, and Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, a rigorously trained Tibetan Lama who was among the first to bring Bon Dzogchen teachings to the West, provide a study and translation of the Authenticity of Open Awareness , a foundational text of the Bon Dzogchen tradition. This is... more...

  • Shotokuby Michael I. Como

    Oxford University Press 2008; US$ 54.99

    Prince Shotoku (573?-622?), the purported founder of Japanese Buddhism, is widely referred to as Japan's first national hero. The cult that grew up around his memory is recognized as one of the most important phenomena in early Japanese religion. This book examines the creation and evolution of the Shotoku cult over the roughly 200 years following... more...

  • You Are Not Your Fault and Other Revelationsby Wes "Scoop" Nisker

    Soft Skull Press 2016; US$ 16.99

    Wes Scoop? Nisker is an award-winning broadcast journalist and commentator, a renowned Buddhist meditation teacher, a best selling author and a captivating performer. In How to be an Earthling , Wes draws on his diverse experiences delivering a collection that brims with the insight, humor and wisdom he is famous for. Compiling for the first time,... more...

  • The Ethics of ?ankara and ??ntidevaby Warren Lee Todd

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 54.95

    Exploring the philosophical concerns of the nature of self, this book draws from two of the most influential Indian masters, ?a?kara and ??ntideva. Todd demonstrates that an ethics of altruism is still possible within a metaphysics which assumes there to be no independent self. A new ethical model based on the notions of ?flickering consciousness?... more...

  • Buddha in a Teacupby Todd Walton

    Soft Skull Press 2016; US$ 15.99

    The forty-two short tales that comprise Buddha In A Teacup are set in contemporary America, as opposed to long ago China or India. Each parable springs from the author?s meditations on fundamental aspects of Buddhist dharma as those teaching apply to the world today. Some of the tales are humorous, some sad, some erotic, some mysteriousall linked... more...

  • Answers from the Heartby Thich Nhat Hanh

    Parallax Press 2009; US$ 9.99

    We all share the experience of carrying with us the one question that has always seemingly stood in the way of the next step in our personal development, the development of our spiritual practice, or our understanding of ourselves. Answers from the Heart collects 50 of these most important and heartfelt questions posed to Thich Nhat Hanh by participants... more...

  • Happinessby Thich Nhat Hanh

    Parallax Press 2005; US$ 12.99

    Thich Nhat Hanh's central teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live in the present moment instead of in the past and in the future. It?s only way to truly develop peace, both in one's self and in the world. Now, for the first time, all of Thich Nhat Hanh?s key practices are collected in one accessible and easy-to-use volume. Happiness... more...

  • Wonderlandby Daniel Doen Silberberg

    Parallax Press 2005; US$ 9.99

    Written in the non-traditional, humorous, and slightly irreverent tone of books like Sit Down and Shut Up , and Dharma Punxs , Wonderland is a highly original riff on Alice in Wonderland , using the classic story as a jumping off point for conveying the Zen concept of ?One Mind?. Daniel Silberberg?s first book is a unique contribution to contemporary... more...