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2017年09月24日(日) Buddhismの第1位は 『Endless Path: Awakening Within the Buddhist Imagination: Jataka Tales, Zen Practice, and Daily Life』!
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Love Is the Wine: Talks of a Sufi Master in America
Hinduism: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
The Bhagavad-Gita: Krishna's Counsel in Time of War (Bantam Classics)
Islam: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
Judaism: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
A Monastery Within: Tales from the Buddhist Path
Tao Te Ching: A New English Version (Perennial Classics)
Nine Stories
The Jatakas: Birth Stories of the Bodhisatta
Endless Path: Awakening Within the Buddhist Imagination: Jataka Tales, Zen Practice, and Daily Life
Rafe Martin Richard Wehrman (イラスト)  
¥ 2,404(税込)
¥ 1,974(税込)

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
Marie Kondo Emily Woo Zeller (ナレーション)  
¥ 4,337(税込)
¥ 6,398(税込)

The Life of Milarepa: A New Translation from the Tibetan (Compass)
100,000SNG MILARP-V2 (Shambhala Dragon Editions)
Dzogchen Deity Practice: Meeting Your True Nature
The Words of My Perfect Teacher: A Complete Translation of a Classic Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism (Sacred Literature Trust Series)
100,000SNG MILARP-V1 (Shambhala Dragon Editions)
Garma C.C. Chang  
¥ 1,922(税込)
¥ 4,671(税込)

The Six Lamps: Secret Dzogchen Instructions of the Bön Tradition (English Edition)
Highest Yoga Tantra
Dream Yoga: Illuminating Your Life Through Lucid Dreaming and the Tibetan Yogas of Sleep
The Yeshe Lama: Jigme Lingpa's Dzogchen Atiyoga Manual (English Edition)
Hidden Treasure of the Profound Path: A Word-by-Word Commentary on the Kalachakra Preliminary Practices
The Great Exposition of Secret Mantra, Volume 2: Deity Yoga
The Tantra of Great Bliss: The Guhyagarbha Transmission of Vajrasattva's Magnificent Sky (English Edition)
Milarepa: Lessons from the Life and Songs of Tibet's Great Yogi
Path to Rainbow Body: Introduction to Yuthok Nyinghthig (English Edition)
The Nature of Mind: The Dzogchen Instructions of Aro Yeshe Jungne
Stairway to the State of Union: A Collection of Teachings on Secret Mantra (English Edition)
H.E. Chöden Rinpoché  

In this book Chöden Rinpoché explains the key point of tantra. First he presents the way to progress on the grounds and paths of highest yoga tantra, following the Ford of the Fortunate a classic summary of tantra by the eighteenth-century scholar Yangchen Gawai Lodrö. He then reveals the profound practices of the six Dharmas of Naropa, giving special emphasis on the nine rounds of mixing, based on the Source of the Siddhi of Great Bliss by the nineteenth-century Tibetan scholar Naktsang Losang Tenpa Dargyé. くちコミ情報を見る

An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology (Library of Philosophy and Religion)
Padmasiri De Silva  
¥ 5,543(税込)
¥ 4,525(税込)

Ancient Art of Tea: Wisdom From the Ancient Chinese Tea Masters
19 Lessons On Tea: Become an Expert on Buying, Brewing, and Drinking the Best Tea (English Edition)
The Book of Tea (English Edition)
Kakuzo Okakura  


Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage. In China, in the eighth century, it entered the realm of poetry as one of the polite amusements. The fifteenth century saw Japan ennoble it into a religion of aestheticism—Teaism. Teaism is a cult founded on the adoration of the beautiful among the sordid facts of everyday existence. It inculcates purity and harmony, the mystery of mutual charity, the romanticism of the social order. It is essentially a worship of the Imperfect, as it is a tender attempt to accomplish something possible in this impossible thing we know as life.

The Philosophy of Tea is not mere aestheticism in the ordinary acceptance of the term, for it expresses conjointly with ethics and religion our whole point of view about man and nature. It is hygiene, for it enforces cleanliness; it is economics, for it shows comfort in simplicity rather than in the complex and costly; it is moral geometry, inasmuch as it defines our sense of proportion to the universe. It represents the true spirit of Eastern democracy by making all its votaries aristocrats in taste.

The long isolation of Japan from the rest of the world, so conducive to introspection, has been highly favourable to the development of Teaism. Our home and habits, costume and cuisine, porcelain, lacquer, painting—our very literature—all have been subject to its influence. No student of Japanese culture could ever ignore its presence. It has permeated the elegance of noble boudoirs, and entered the abode of the humble. Our peasants have learned to arrange flowers, our meanest labourer to offer his salutation to the rocks and waters. In our common parlance we speak of the man “with no tea” in him, when he is insusceptible to the serio-comic interests of the personal drama. Again we stigmatise the untamed aesthete who, regardless of the mundane tragedy, runs riot in the springtide of emancipated emotions, as one “with too much tea” in him.


How Do Madhyamikas Think?: And Other Essays on the Buddhist Philosophy of the Middle (Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism Book 19) (English Edition)
Inside Vasubandhu's Yogacara: A Practitioner's Guide (English Edition)
Mindfully Facing Disease and Death: Compassionate Advice from Early Buddhist Texts
Tibetan Zen: Discovering a Lost Tradition
When the Clouds Part: The Uttaratantra and Its Meditative Tradition as a Bridge between Sutra and Tant ra (Tsadra)
Greek Buddha: Pyrrho's Encounter with Early Buddhism in Central Asia
The Buddhist Philosophy of the Middle: Essays on Indian and Tibetan Madhyamaka (Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism) (English Edition)
David Seyfort Ruegg Tom J. F. Tillemans (はしがき)  

Madhyamaka, the "philosophy of the middle," systematized the Buddha's fundamental teaching on no-self with its profound non-essentialist reading of reality. Founded in India by Nagarjuna in about the second century CE, Madhyamaka philosophy went on to become the dominant strain of Buddhist thought in Tibet and exerted a profound influence on all the cultures of East Asia. Within the extensive Western scholarship inspired by this school of thought, David Seyfort Ruegg's work is unparalleled in its incisiveness, diligence, and scope. The Buddhist Philosophy of the Middle brings together Ruegg's greatest essays on Madhyamaka, expert writings which have and will continue to contribute to our progressing understanding of this rich tradition. くちコミ情報を見る

Nothing on My Mind: Berkeley, LSD, Two Zen Masters, and a Life on the Dharma Trail
Erik Storlie  
¥ 2,645(税込)
¥ 2,360(税込)

The Cambridge Introduction to Sanskrit
The Sanskrit Language: An Introductory Grammar and Reader Revised Edition
The Conception of Buddhist Nirvana
Introduction to Sanskrit: Part Two
Buddhist Wisdom: The Diamond Sutra and The Heart Sutra (Vintage Spiritual Classic Orig)
A Sanskrit English Dictionary Etymologically and Philologically Arranged (2015 Edition)
Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Grammar And Dictionary
Franklin Edgerton  
¥ 13,665(税込)
¥ 5,998(税込)

Ego Is the Enemy
Benjamin Franklin: An American Life (English Edition)
The Enchiridion (English Edition)
The Art of War (English Edition)
The Dhammapada: The Unabridged Dhammapada (Xist Classics)
On the Shortness of Life
Letters From A Stoic: Epistulae Morales AD Lucilium (Illustrated. Newly revised text. Includes Image Gallery + Audio): All Three Volumes (English Edition)
Tao Te Ching (English Edition)
Seneca's Letters from a Stoic (Dover Thrift Editions)
The Art of Living: The Classical Mannual on Virtue, Happiness, and Effectiveness
Marcus Aurelius.  

The writings of Marcus Aurelius on Stoic philosophy. くちコミ情報を見る
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