By Noah Levine
Buddha was once a progressive. His perform was once subversive; his message, seditious. His enlightened standpoint went opposed to the norms of his day—in his phrases, "against the stream." His teachings replaced the area, and now they could swap you too.
Presenting the fundamentals of Buddhism with own anecdotes, routines, and guided meditations, bestselling writer Noah Levine publications the reader alongside a religious course that has resulted in freedom from affliction and has stored lives for 2,500 years. Levine may still comprehend. Buddhist meditation kept him from a lifetime of dependancy and crime. He went directly to assistance and train numerous others the Buddhist technique to freedom, and the following he stocks these life-changing classes with you. learn and wake up to a brand new and higher existence.
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