Asian Philos.

READINGS  Spring  2020

Tao Te Ching nuggets    

The Tao of Physics  excerpt

 War and Non-Violence in the Gita

BhagavadGita selections

Thou Art That

Katha Upanishad

Suzuki,  Transmigration

Suzuki,  Overview of Buddhist Thought

The Four Noble Truths

The Four Yogas

Buddha on Craving

Heart Sutra

Kalama Sutra

Questions that do not tend to edify

Ten Oxherding pictures

The Gateless Gate!

Chair Meditation


Other Stuff...

Sacred Texts 



YAMA!   /   Yama 2

Roads to the Enchanted Kingdom

Eastern Philosophy Archives

Gandhi on vegetarianism

"Tao Te Ching"

Tao Te Ching ! 

The Buddha

Wabi  Sabi

wu wei

Yin and Yang

Lao Tzu

Eastern Philosophy

Zen Mind



Buddhism Vocab.

 Hindu Vocabulary

Basic Buddhism

Beat Zen / Square Zen

  BHAGAVADGITA  short version

Suzuki      /      Merton

Mindfulness Animated

Mysticism, Christian and Buddhist

The three fundamental Vedanta texts are: the Upanishads (the most favoured being the longer and older ones such as the Brihadaranyaka, the Chandogya, the Taittiriya, and the Katha); the Brahma-sutras (also called Vedanta-sutras), which are very brief, even one-word interpretations of the doctrine of the Upanishads; and the Bhagavadgita (“Song of the Lord”)





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