Taking Tea with the Buddha: The Gift of Practice

Taking Tea with the Buddha The Gift of Practice In this concise carefully constructed and clearly written book Bradly Jay Keller leads the reader on a journey of discovery on the path of Buddhism The distinction between the map and the territory

  • Title: Taking Tea with the Buddha: The Gift of Practice
  • Author: Bradly Jay Keller
  • ISBN: 9781439208922
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this concise, carefully constructed and clearly written book, Bradly Jay Keller leads the reader on a journey of discovery on the path of Buddhism The distinction between the map and the territory is useful here The author, as our tour guide, takes us on the actual terrain of the meditation practice, in the Zen tradition of Mahayana Buddhism But he makes judicious usIn this concise, carefully constructed and clearly written book, Bradly Jay Keller leads the reader on a journey of discovery on the path of Buddhism The distinction between the map and the territory is useful here The author, as our tour guide, takes us on the actual terrain of the meditation practice, in the Zen tradition of Mahayana Buddhism But he makes judicious use of historical and philosophical maps of Zen Buddhism, and other schools of Buddhism, Western psychology and Hinduism too He presents theory in the context of the practice of meditation both sitting meditation and incorporating meditation in one s daily activity From Book Review by Paul Dolinsky Ph.D, Editor, The Golden Lantern.

    One thought on “Taking Tea with the Buddha: The Gift of Practice”

    1. Picking it up via Kindle lending library, read about 20%. It was well-written but I wasn't getting anything from it I hadn't already learned from other books about Buddhism.

    2. A very approachable read on mindfulness and other Buddha teachings. Being in the moment and practicing meditation regularly were my two biggest take always.

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