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Free the Dharma - Tales of Freedom free eBook

By dhammamegha on Tue, 7 Apr, 2020 - 08:28

Free the Dharma - Tales of Freedom free eBook

By dhammamegha on Tue, 7 Apr, 2020 - 08:28

This week’s free eBook from Windhorse Publications is Tales of Freedom. You can download it here.

Its author, Vessantara, tackles how to work with our minds when the chips are down. Vessantara is one of Triratna’s most experienced retreat and meditation leaders. He is also a very good storyteller. He shows us that we can find freedom even when life isn’t easy or predictable. Freedom of the kind the Buddha taught is possible whatever your situation. Even when it’s extreme. Even in...

Windhorse Publications
Windhorse Publications

Week 3 of free eBooks with 'Free the Dharma'

By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 6 Apr, 2020 - 16:28

Week 3 of free eBooks with 'Free the Dharma'

By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 6 Apr, 2020 - 16:28

None of us have lived through times like this before. The Dharma gives us tools to work with our everyday minds. It also offers strong medicine for strong times.

This week’s free eBook is Tales of Freedom. You can download it here. Its author, Vessantara, tackles how to work with our minds when the chips are down. Vessantara is one of Triratna’s most experienced retreat and meditation leaders. He is also a very good storyteller. He shows us that we can find...

Windhorse Publications
Windhorse Publications

Week 2 of free eBooks with ‘Free the Dharma'

By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 30 Mar, 2020 - 14:25

Week 2 of free eBooks with ‘Free the Dharma'

By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 30 Mar, 2020 - 14:25

For this week’s eBook give away we’ve chosen Vajragupta’s Sailing the Worldly Winds. The Buddha talked about being blown about by circumstances beyond our control, and described our usual and often ineffective strategies to try to shore ourselves up. He called these the Worldly Winds. 
 
Vajragupta explores these patterns of hanging on and being blown about. The key to a happier and wiser response, he says, is to acknowledge the fact of what is happening, and actively choose how...

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