Buddhism.....................?

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I used to be orthodox christian but i found buddhism much more interesting and i think it's a religion that's suits me better............. I just want to know more about this ...show more
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  • P'ang answered 5 years ago
An excellent introductory book about Buddhism is "It's Easier Than You Think" by Sylvia Boorstein. It shows how this ancient tradition comes alive in modern, everyday life.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/0062512943?tag...

The best website on Buddhism is Buddhanet - extensive, non-sectarian:
http://buddhanet.net/e-learning/basic-gu...

And the best way to benefit from Buddhism is to practice meditation. Here's a great, short video that shows you how to practice:


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  • mehereintheeast answered 5 years ago
    As is often the case, I find myself in agreement with P'ang.

    The best overall web site for a non-sectarian understanding of Buddhism is http://www.buddhanet.net/

    This will give you a basic understanding of Buddhism and will provide you with enough insight into other various Buddhist traditions to give you a start. They have a good eBook section included several eBooks on meditation. I would take a look. http://www.buddhanet.net/ebooks_m.htm

    I hope this helps.
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  • Tommy H answered 5 years ago
    Guided meditation demonstration video, meditation music, and books about Falun Gong are free to download from the URL listed below. If you need any help, contact a local practitioner in your area for free instructions. Good luck.

    Falun Gong is a unique Buddhist School, found in 1992 by Master Li Hongzhi in China. About 100 million people practice in over 80 countries worldwide. Falun Gong is an ancient practice for the body, mind, and spirit based upon the universal principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance. Falun Gong consists of five sets of powerful exercises.

    Falun Gong, Tibetans, other Buddhists, and Christians have been persecuted in China. The most offensive human right violation is the organ harvesting from the Falun Gong practitioners in China.
    http://cipfg.org/en/news/petition.html

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    www.falundafa.org
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  • dogpatch USA answered 5 years ago
    Read Alan Watts.
    And if I a smoker of cigars recommend others not smoke is this not still sound advise.
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  • Phaze answered 5 years ago
    When I was trying to learn about different religions, I just browsed the internet and read the two sides of any sort of religion.
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  • wild-man of Borneo answered 5 years ago
    Look in the real world.
    Decode this lyrics " Knowing me knowing you"
    Was he not Gautama Buddha who was an Indian?
    With his hear-say of his ghostly stories of tribe of different ghostly ancestor's culture and custom?
    What has idol worshipping the dead Mummy who was past dirty old man like you and me with self lack of knowledge and total loss of IQ back in the past has got anything to do with in worshipping God in time?
    Luke 21.30-33
    Luke 6.39-40,41-45,46-49
    Matt 22.32
    What do you think?

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    decoded from the missing x-files.
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  • Jared, QED answered 5 years ago
    Google loves eating words. It's Google's feeding time, you should toss in a word like Buddhism.
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  • gladiator answered 5 years ago
    Used to be a Christian. That's the sad part because you were just a Christian but u never had a personal encounter with God. How I wish you had, any way its never too late...

    Yea Buddhism is a good appealing religion. Its suits you.. :-)

    You can get everything in this world according to what suits you. But you can find the real God who can be accustomed to your desire. Because the true and One living God is "I Am Who I am" He is the same, yesterday , today and forevermore" Unchanging .....
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