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Can you recommend any Sutra Commentaries? Is Sangharakshitas (founder of the FWBO) writings good to read? I want to read good Diamond Sutra Commentary. Suggestions? Other Prajnaparamita Sutra Commentary suggestions? Master Hsuan Hua has many online and in print - Diamond Sutra only in print now, I ...
- Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:16 pm
- Forum: Mahāyāna Buddhism
- Topic: Yes, you need a teacher.
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Nevertheless, the bigger question at this point is whether it is possible for someone to learn Buddhism only from books (also perhaps audio/video materials) and that way gain correct understanding. How I've done it so far is to not only read the works of many teachers of many traditions, but also w...
Hi everyone, I like to do some pre-sit chanting. Mine's cobbled together from selections from San Francisco Zen Center's online resources, since I'm am without a practice group. Was thinking of switching some of them out in favor of the Sotoshu's English resources. I was just wondering what your per...
ThanksAdmin_PC wrote:WontonCarter - Nice to see you come back this way. I enjoyed your /r/chan
I've left /r/chan a little while ago. Kinda tired of reddit so I go a lot less.
Thanks for the welcome everyone!
Practicing Buddhist for over a year (started May 2015), started with Zen, went through a few flavors of Mahayana for a while, eventually settled into Theravada in January and really got a solid grounding in the Buddha's teachings, and recently started practicing Soto Zen.