The Buddha was not a Buddhist (1-5: Intro to Practice): A Rational Path to Meditation, Mindfulness, and the Art of Fighting without Fighting by Mushin Press

The Buddha was not a Buddhist (1-5: Intro to Practice): A Rational Path to Meditation, Mindfulness, and the Art of Fighting without Fighting by Mushin Press
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The Buddha was not a Buddhist (1-5: Intro to Practice): A Rational Path to Meditation, Mindfulness, and the Art of Fighting without Fighting by Mushin Press

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YOU HEAR ABOUT meditation and something called mindfulness more and more these days, but why and how should you practice these things, and what happens when you do?

In "The Buddha was not a Buddhist," author Chen Zhi-qiang describes meditation techniques and clarifies what it means to meditate so that one understands what happens in the meditation experience. What a person will discover is that there is nothing esoteric or mystical or spiritual about meditation and what “happens” during meditation is basically this: nothing. But in this nothingness, one can begin to see more clearly the true nature of who we are and the true nature of our existent reality.

"The Buddha was not a Buddhist" pointedly analyzes various ideas of Buddhism, Taoism, Jiddu Krishnamurti, science, and the martial arts as the author seeks truths about the nature of such things as: meditation, mindfulness, the ego-self, free will, non-duality, fear, anger, love, conflict, contentment, compassion, death, enlightenment, and so on.

THIS INTRODUCTORY EDITION includes the FIRST FIVE CHAPTERS of "The Buddha was not a Buddhist," where the author invites you to learn the whys and wherefores of meditation and mindfulness techniques and what it is like to practice them.

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