From the Four Noble Truths to the Four Universal Vows: An Integration of the Mahayana and the Theravada Schools

Buddhism began in India before migrating to other parts of Asia Buddhists in the southern countries, such as Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Myanmar, carry on a practice known as the Theravada The form of Buddhism that moved north and east, into China, Korea, and Japan, among others, is called the Mahayana In a breathtaking display, Venerable Master Using Yun harmonizes the trBuddhism began in India before migrating to other parts of Asia Buddhists in the southern countries, such as Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Myanmar, carry on a practice known as the Theravada The form of Buddhism that moved north and east, into China, Korea, and Japan, among others, is called the Mahayana In a breathtaking display, Venerable Master Using Yun harmonizes the traditions of these two major branches of Buddhism, demonstrating that seemingly disparate ideals are in fact pointing us toward the same objectives This book will be appreciated by Buddhists of all traditions, as well as by non Buddhists, as a masterful synthesis of some of Buddhism s main teachings.
From the Four Noble Truths to the Four Universal Vows An Integration of the Mahayana and the Theravada Schools Buddhism began in India before migrating to other parts of Asia Buddhists in the southern countries such as Sri Lanka Thailand and Myanmar carry on a practice known as the Theravada The form of Bu

  • Title: From the Four Noble Truths to the Four Universal Vows: An Integration of the Mahayana and the Theravada Schools
  • Author: Christine D'Amico
  • ISBN: 9780971561281
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
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