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Meeting of Minds
Meeting of Minds
‧Brief Introduction to Tibetan
  Buddhism By His Holiness
  the 14th Dalai Lama
‧Dialogue on Tibetan and Chinese
  Buddhism His Holiness the 14th
  Dalai Lama and Venerable Chan
  Master Sheng Yen
 
 
In the Spirit of Chan
In the Spirit of Chan
‧In the Spirit of Chan
‧The Origin of Chan
‧Bodhidharma's Two Entries
  and Four Practices
‧Chan:The Gateless Gate


 
 
The Bodhisattva Precepts
The Bodhisattva Precepts
‧The Source of Compassion
‧Who Is a Bodhisattva?
‧How to Overcome Difficulties
  on Vinaya Practice
‧The Five Precepts
‧The Ten Good Deeds
‧The Three Sets of Pure Precepts
  on Violation of the Precepts
‧The Four Immeasurable Minds
‧The Four Methods of Inducement
‧Participation in the World
 
 
The Meaning of Life
The Meaning of Life
‧The Meaning of Life is to Fulfill
   One's Duties and be Responsible
‧The Value of Life is to Offer
  and to Contribute
‧Bearing the Task of Contribution
‧Accepting Retribution, Fulfilling
  Wishes and Making Vows
‧The Different Stages of Generating
  Vows


 
 
The Effects of Chan Meditation
The Effects of Chan Meditation
‧The Wealth of Chan Meditation
‧The Precious Human Body
‧Scientists, Views on Meditation
‧Ensuring a Healthy Body and Mind
‧Cultivating a Strong Character
‧From a Balanced Body and Mind
  to a State of Liberation
 
 
Why Take Refuge in the Three Jewels
Why Take Refuge in the Three Jewels
‧What is Taking Refuge in
  the Three Jewels?
‧Different Levels of the Three Jewels
‧How to Take Refuge in the Three
  Jewels?
‧The Benefits to Taking Refuge

 
 
The Buddharma in Daily Life
The Buddharma in Daily Life
‧What is the Buddhadharma?
‧The Essential Teachings of the
  Buddha-Recognizing Suffering
  and Ending Suffering
‧Methods for Ending Suffering
‧Application of the Buddhadharma
‧How Should Lay Practitioners
  Engage in Spiritual Practice?
 
 
 A Happy Family and Successful Career
A Happy Family and Successful Career
‧The Two Principles Underlying
‧Mutual Respect and Support
  among Family Members
‧Diligent and Steady
  Career Management
‧The Busy Make the Most of Time
‧Devotion to Both Family and Career

 
 
Chan Practice and Faith
Chan Practice and Faith
‧Chan Practice and Faith



 
 
Wu Ming Exposes Ignorance
Wu Ming Exposes Ignorance
‧Be Content, Be Grateful, and Be
  Liberated from Fame and Riches
‧Living in the Moment; Walking the
  Bodhisattva Path
 
 
 
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