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Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away: Teachings on Impermanence and the End of Suffering
作者 Breiter, Paul ; Ajahn Chah
出版日期2005.08
頁次163
出版者Shambhala Publications, Incorporated
出版者網址 http://www.shambhala.com/
出版地US [美國]
資料類型書籍=Book
使用語言英文=English
附註項Translated from Thai
關鍵詞尸羅=戒=command=Precept=sila=morality=rule=discipline=prohibition; 正見=Right View; 佛教人物=Buddhist; 佛教教義=Buddhist Doctrines=Buddhist Teachings; 修行方法=修行法門=Practice; 無常=Anitya=Impermanent=Anityata=anicca; 菩薩=Bodhisattva; 開悟=證悟=Satori=Enlightenment; 靜坐=Meditation; 禪修=Meditation; 禪修者=Meditator
摘要Ajahn Chah was admired for the way he demystified the Buddhist teachings, presenting them in a remarkably simple and down-to-earth style for people of any background. This book offers powerful remedies for overcoming our deep-seated fear of change, including guidance on letting go of attachments, living in the present, and taking up the practice of meditation. Translator Paul Breiter has also included anecdotes about Ajahn Chah's life and his interactions with students, from his youth as a struggling monk to his last years, when American students were coming to study with him in numbers. These stories convey Ajahn Chah's unique spirit and teaching style, bringing him alive for us both through his words and through the way he lived his life.

目次
Translator's Preface
Part One Right View
1. Understanding Mind
2. Understanding Phenomena
3. That's About Right
4. Seeing Things Through: Ajahn Chah's Practice
5. Buddhas and Bodhisattvas
6. Seeing Things as They Really Are
7. That's Good Too: Ajahn Chah's View
8. The Buddha's Inspiration
9. Keep Some Perspective
10. The Buddha's Search
Part Two Anicca: Impermanence
11. Bringing the Mind Under Our Command
12. A Lot of Defilements: Ajahn Chah at Play
13. It's Not Permanent, It's Not Sure
14. A Fish Story
15. A Perplexed Meditator Meets the Buddha
Part Three Dukkha: Unsatisfactoriness
16. Understanding Dukkha
17. Shaking Up the Students: Ajahn Chah's Methods
18. Birth and Becoming
19. Evanescence
20. Cold Comfort: Ajahn Chah's Monks Face Illness and Death
21. The Buddha Didn't Die
22. Birth, Death, and Enlightenment: Ajahn Chah and the Bodhi Tree
Part Four Anatta: Not-Self
23. Practice Like the Four Elements
24. Ignorance: Ajahn Chah Holds Up a Mirror
25. Not Us, Not Ours
26. Don't Be a Buddha
27. My Tooth, My Pillow, My Coconut
Part Five Points in Meditation
28. Tranquility and Insight
29. Still Water Flows, Flowing Water is Still
30. Making It Real
31. Serious Students: Ajahn Chah on Intensive Meditation
32. Meditation Instructions: Questions and Answers
33. What It Is: Ajahn Chah's Meditation
34. Don't Get Drunk on Tranquility
35. Keep At It
36. High Ideals and Daily Frustrations: A Young Monk with Ajahn Chah
Part Six Completing The Path
37. Making an End of Problems
38. Seeking a Teacher: Ajahn Chah and a Would-Be Student
39. A Wise Crab
40. Some Final Advice
Translator's Acknowledgments
Glossary
Resources
About the Translator
ISBN1590302176
點閱次數700
建檔日期2005.06.10










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