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Discover the Noble Teachings of Buddha to Bring Peace & Happiness to Your Everyday Life! Dear Friends, Buddhism is one of the most practical and simple belief systems on this planet and it has greatly helped me on my way to become a better person in every aspect possible. In this book I will show you what happened and how it was. No matter if you are totally green when Discover the Noble Teachings of Buddha to Bring Peace & Happiness to Your Everyday Life! Dear Friends, Buddhism is one of the most practical and simple belief systems on this planet and it has greatly helped me on my way to become a better person in every aspect possible. In this book I will show you what happened and how it was. No matter if you are totally green when it comes to Buddha's teachings or maybe you have already heard something about them - this book will help you systematize your knowledge and will inspire you to learn more and to take steps to make your life positively better! I invite you to take this beatiful journey into the graceful and meaningful world of Buddhism with me today! In This Book I Will Tell You About: -Why Would You Want To Incorporate Buddha's Teachings Into Your Life? -What Buddhism Is And What it Definitely Is Not? -What is the Essence of Buddhism? -Three Main Branches of Buddhism -Buddha's Life and Teachings -Basics of Buddhism (Five Basic Buddha's Principles) -How to Cease Your Suffering -Karma, Rebirth and Reincarnation; Difference between Rebirth and Reincarnation -What Happens After Death According to Buddhism? -Where and How to Start? -The Art of Meditation -Benefits of practicing Buddhism in Everyday Life+ My Personal Experiences! -Further Resources to Continue Your Journey!


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Discover the Noble Teachings of Buddha to Bring Peace & Happiness to Your Everyday Life! Dear Friends, Buddhism is one of the most practical and simple belief systems on this planet and it has greatly helped me on my way to become a better person in every aspect possible. In this book I will show you what happened and how it was. No matter if you are totally green when Discover the Noble Teachings of Buddha to Bring Peace & Happiness to Your Everyday Life! Dear Friends, Buddhism is one of the most practical and simple belief systems on this planet and it has greatly helped me on my way to become a better person in every aspect possible. In this book I will show you what happened and how it was. No matter if you are totally green when it comes to Buddha's teachings or maybe you have already heard something about them - this book will help you systematize your knowledge and will inspire you to learn more and to take steps to make your life positively better! I invite you to take this beatiful journey into the graceful and meaningful world of Buddhism with me today! In This Book I Will Tell You About: -Why Would You Want To Incorporate Buddha's Teachings Into Your Life? -What Buddhism Is And What it Definitely Is Not? -What is the Essence of Buddhism? -Three Main Branches of Buddhism -Buddha's Life and Teachings -Basics of Buddhism (Five Basic Buddha's Principles) -How to Cease Your Suffering -Karma, Rebirth and Reincarnation; Difference between Rebirth and Reincarnation -What Happens After Death According to Buddhism? -Where and How to Start? -The Art of Meditation -Benefits of practicing Buddhism in Everyday Life+ My Personal Experiences! -Further Resources to Continue Your Journey!

30 review for Buddhism: Beginner's Guide: Bring Peace and Happiness to Your Everyday Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lyndsey

    An amazingly simple yet thorough introduction to Buddhism and mindfulness. I will definitely read again.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I expected this ebook to give me a basic insight into Buddhism. I wanted a general introduction so that I could understand more about this way of life. However, what I got was the teachings of Buddha from one person's point of view. All in all, this wouldn't have been so bad but for so many reasons it was absolutely awful. First of all, it was peppered with bad grammar, spelling mistakes and missing words. This is one of my biggest bugbears. I don't mind one or two mistakes (although even then th I expected this ebook to give me a basic insight into Buddhism. I wanted a general introduction so that I could understand more about this way of life. However, what I got was the teachings of Buddha from one person's point of view. All in all, this wouldn't have been so bad but for so many reasons it was absolutely awful. First of all, it was peppered with bad grammar, spelling mistakes and missing words. This is one of my biggest bugbears. I don't mind one or two mistakes (although even then that is inexcusable in a book) but I was bombarded with them. Clearly it has not been proofread and although I know that the author is a non-native English speaker, that is absolutely no excuse. If his English is this bad he really shouldn't be writing a book in English at all or a least invest in a proofreader. Second of all, I'm sorry but I just don't believe some of the stories he tells to portray his reasonings. The guy was born a practicing Roman Catholic and yet it was Buddhism that taught him not to steal? Really? So, it doesn't explain The Ten Commandments in the Bible? Come on! In the same paragraph he tells the story of when he was so hungry he stole gluten-free bread from his friend. This friend had Celiac's disease and had an exam the next day. He woke up, had nothing to eat because of the theft but "nut butter" and thus failed his exam. Honestly, this rubbish is laughable. And it goes on and on with this tripe. Finally, this is an ebook and is only 90 pages long. I paid £8.99. I wouldn't have minded had this been about Buddhism but it wasn't, it was one man's very poor attempt to explain Buddhism. He failed and I'm very disappointed. Let's hope Karma really does exist.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emerson

    I recently became interested in Buddhism through Mark Manson's "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck". I realized that what he said about suffering, and the reasons for it, was a very Buddhist viewpoint, and it made me wanted to read more. I didn't know where to begin, so I started at the beginning. What I didn't expect to find was that I had already, unconsciously, found them important and integral to my life. The Path of Inquiry, The Three Universal Truths, The Four Noble Truths, The Eightfold I recently became interested in Buddhism through Mark Manson's "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck". I realized that what he said about suffering, and the reasons for it, was a very Buddhist viewpoint, and it made me wanted to read more. I didn't know where to begin, so I started at the beginning. What I didn't expect to find was that I had already, unconsciously, found them important and integral to my life. The Path of Inquiry, The Three Universal Truths, The Four Noble Truths, The Eightfold Paths, and The Five Precepts were terms I didn't know before, but already understood. Here, though, as opposed to being unfocused in my life, they were laid out with plan and purpose. Reading them, on paper, helped me figure out how to focus them productively. This has also been helpful in guiding me towards the things I need to meditate on and resolve, which I intend to start tonight because we need to be in the moment.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Harvey J Elliott

    An easy way into Buddhism I have been interested in Buddhism for years but it was only recently when I was feeling lost in my life that I decided to seriously explore its ideas and philosophy. I found this simple introduction to Buddhism just the right starting place in starting a new chapter in my life. I now understand how to apply its basic truths into my everyday life and also a great sense of encouragement and enthusiasm from the author. I encourage anyone looking for new enlightenment in li An easy way into Buddhism I have been interested in Buddhism for years but it was only recently when I was feeling lost in my life that I decided to seriously explore its ideas and philosophy. I found this simple introduction to Buddhism just the right starting place in starting a new chapter in my life. I now understand how to apply its basic truths into my everyday life and also a great sense of encouragement and enthusiasm from the author. I encourage anyone looking for new enlightenment in life to read this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    April Armstrong-Taylor

    Thank you so much!!! As an introduction to Buddhism this is amazing, thank you so much for writing it in a way that appreciates that some of us literally haven't got a clue where to begin. Me and my boyfriend have both been interested in Buddhism for a while and for both of us reading this has now opened us up to it so we can read further, so I appreciate the recommendations at the end. Thank you again! Thank you so much!!! As an introduction to Buddhism this is amazing, thank you so much for writing it in a way that appreciates that some of us literally haven't got a clue where to begin. Me and my boyfriend have both been interested in Buddhism for a while and for both of us reading this has now opened us up to it so we can read further, so I appreciate the recommendations at the end. Thank you again!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Claire Swain

    I have been interested in learning more about Buddhism teaching for a while and in parts this book Is very interesting. However, it is very prominate in this book that suffering is caused by our own doing. I can agree to that to an extend but what about children born with severe illness and disabilities? And people that have done good all their life's yet have to live with chronic painful conditions? Nothing like that was mentioned. It really has put me of following Buddhism teaching. I have been interested in learning more about Buddhism teaching for a while and in parts this book Is very interesting. However, it is very prominate in this book that suffering is caused by our own doing. I can agree to that to an extend but what about children born with severe illness and disabilities? And people that have done good all their life's yet have to live with chronic painful conditions? Nothing like that was mentioned. It really has put me of following Buddhism teaching.

  7. 5 out of 5

    andrea rae

    A great start. I've lost count of the 'introduction to Buddhism' books on my library shelves or have down loaded which have left me confused and disheartened. This is a wee gem. Simple text giving you the bones to build upon. Thought provoking from the first page and gave me the encouragement I have bbc even searching for. Thank you Mr.Thirdly. A great start. I've lost count of the 'introduction to Buddhism' books on my library shelves or have down loaded which have left me confused and disheartened. This is a wee gem. Simple text giving you the bones to build upon. Thought provoking from the first page and gave me the encouragement I have bbc even searching for. Thank you Mr.Thirdly.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Randi

    Easy read Easy read. It was like 'listening' to a friend tell you his experience and understanding. Also appreciate the suggestions at the end of further reading, listening, and viewing which I will definitely follow up on. Easy read Easy read. It was like 'listening' to a friend tell you his experience and understanding. Also appreciate the suggestions at the end of further reading, listening, and viewing which I will definitely follow up on.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mr Stephen Rider

    A great starting point. An easy read which is simple to understand. It is clear about what Buddhism is and what it is not. An accessible book which would be a good starting point for anyone with an interest in learning about Buddhism and it's practice. A great starting point. An easy read which is simple to understand. It is clear about what Buddhism is and what it is not. An accessible book which would be a good starting point for anyone with an interest in learning about Buddhism and it's practice.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Easy read I don’t do great with staying concentrated.. however, I read this pretty quickly and very easily! Love the links attached, I like the honesty and openness. I’m now on the hunt for more books like this ☺️Thank You!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Damien Legg

    Excellent first encounter My first look into Buddhism, this book was at the beginner level but with clear explanations and thought provoking ideas. My next book will belong to the same subject and author.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mary Sumner

    Very good, basic introduction to Buddhism.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joe Hughes

    Great and informative read A very enlightening book to read and soul recommend for all the who are delving into the concepts of Buddhism whether it be it by choice!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bibliophile

    Beautiful book, and great for bedtime reading.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lynsey Farmer

    Informative book Great book to read for beginners to Buddhism Very simple langue used easy to follow and some very good links at the end of the book to further knowledge

  16. 4 out of 5

    Richard James Williams

    An excellent guide for beginners This is an excellent read if you want insights into Buddhism and what it means. Loads of resource references too. Very useful.

  17. 4 out of 5

    S

    At first I was excited about this book, I was desperately hoping that the author would easily breakdown the Buddhist concepts. However, I found this book difficult to follow, the author rambles on and I found myself having to reread a sentence or paragraph in order to figure out what point the author was trying to make. I would recommend purchasing another book that clearly explains Buddhist concepts.

  18. 4 out of 5

    David

    It’s a very short book, but quite good introduction to Buddhism and meditation. not exactly sure as I have no experience with that though. But I feel like I’ve learnt a lot. There are a lot of problems with orthograph, and yes the stories don’t really feel legit most of the time as in many of that type of book. But I think the main goal is to get you a global understanding of what Buddhism is, and get you interested in learning more, and it is successful in that. I like how concise it is , and ho It’s a very short book, but quite good introduction to Buddhism and meditation. not exactly sure as I have no experience with that though. But I feel like I’ve learnt a lot. There are a lot of problems with orthograph, and yes the stories don’t really feel legit most of the time as in many of that type of book. But I think the main goal is to get you a global understanding of what Buddhism is, and get you interested in learning more, and it is successful in that. I like how concise it is , and how in Buddhism you are encouraged to question things, and all the quotes he put all over the book. I will definitely read more about it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Scott

    Buddhism: Beginner’s Guide is quite enjoyable. The book is very easy to understand and follow. I wouldn’t say the standard of writing was very high but this very short book offers exactly what is says on the cover – gives you a brief summary of the principles and beliefs of Buddhism. Answers a few burning questions. Gives you a few points to enable further research on your own if necessary. I enjoyed it even though I found it a bit too simple at times. I could happily have read a much deeper boo Buddhism: Beginner’s Guide is quite enjoyable. The book is very easy to understand and follow. I wouldn’t say the standard of writing was very high but this very short book offers exactly what is says on the cover – gives you a brief summary of the principles and beliefs of Buddhism. Answers a few burning questions. Gives you a few points to enable further research on your own if necessary. I enjoyed it even though I found it a bit too simple at times. I could happily have read a much deeper book about Buddhism. I chose this for my self-improvement choice because I think Buddhism has a lot of offer people and may lead to a happier life. Years ago I learned about the 14th Dalai Lama when I was studying a course with the Open University. I read his autobiography, Freedom in Exile soon after and it has haunted me, literarily ever since. Freedom in Exile is one of the most moving, touching and heart-breaking books I’ve ever read. I cried so much reading it I literary had to put it out of reach until I’d calmed down. These two things led to an interest in Buddhism. Buddhism: Beginner’s Guide got me interested in finding out more about the Buddhist way of life.

  20. 4 out of 5

    David

    This was a fairly light but good general overview of Buddhism. Unfortunately, about midway through, it appears the book's editor skipped town and left Mr. Tuhovsky to his own devices. Suddenly there were lots of grammatical and spelling errors and it became readily apparent that Mr. Tuhovsky's first language is not English. This is not so much a criticism of Mr. Tuhovsky. I'd be proud to be able to write a book in a language other than my own that was nearly so articulate. However, as a bit of a This was a fairly light but good general overview of Buddhism. Unfortunately, about midway through, it appears the book's editor skipped town and left Mr. Tuhovsky to his own devices. Suddenly there were lots of grammatical and spelling errors and it became readily apparent that Mr. Tuhovsky's first language is not English. This is not so much a criticism of Mr. Tuhovsky. I'd be proud to be able to write a book in a language other than my own that was nearly so articulate. However, as a bit of a grammar nerd, I found the mistakes an annoying distraction. Then, at about the 75% point, the book took on the character of one of those all-nighter term papers you write in college where it's 5 am; class is at 9am; the required length has been hit and the necessary points covered; but you have to come up with some reasonably coherent way to wrap up. It's sort of rushed and trite and uncomfortably conversational. I was tempted to fold the book at this point and say, "I'm finished. Not a bad read." But, in the optimistic hope that something else of substance might be said, I pushed on. Sadly, I was not rewarded for my efforts.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kaylin Evans

    Buddhism is incompatible with my personal nihilism, but that's okay because that's what I was reading this book to find out. Unfortunately, it's more with Christianity, and this author seems almost entirely preoccupied with his attempts at marrying the two. If you want to write a book about the basics of Buddhism, you would logically call it "Buddhism: Beginner's Guide," but if you want to write a book about how Buddhism can work in concert with Christianity, I would certainly recommend a more t Buddhism is incompatible with my personal nihilism, but that's okay because that's what I was reading this book to find out. Unfortunately, it's more with Christianity, and this author seems almost entirely preoccupied with his attempts at marrying the two. If you want to write a book about the basics of Buddhism, you would logically call it "Buddhism: Beginner's Guide," but if you want to write a book about how Buddhism can work in concert with Christianity, I would certainly recommend a more telling title. The author also seems overly concerned with his mortality, and assumes the rest of us are, too - the concept of death and non-existence has never been a troubling one for me personally, although I know a lot of people struggle with it, but regardless, that's a much more Christianity-based problem than it is a Buddhist problem. Accordingly, I felt it took up too much of the text. This is a long treatment of the basics of Buddhism with lots of Christianity muddled into it - it's not bad quality or length for being a self-published eBook, but I think the majority of readers would do better with a few well-written articles on the subject by more purely Buddhist authors.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Honestly it was a good overview of Buddhism and gave me a good basis for the practise. However as was mentioned before the grammar and spelling errors are very evident and make it slightly more difficult to read. I was unaware that English was the authors second language, again as mentioned by another poster, and that does make me a tad bit more understanding. Although that is what an editor is for and the editor clearly did not do a thorough job. The only other issue I have is that the book see Honestly it was a good overview of Buddhism and gave me a good basis for the practise. However as was mentioned before the grammar and spelling errors are very evident and make it slightly more difficult to read. I was unaware that English was the authors second language, again as mentioned by another poster, and that does make me a tad bit more understanding. Although that is what an editor is for and the editor clearly did not do a thorough job. The only other issue I have is that the book seemed to get a bit preachy about the whole vegan/vegetarian thing at one point. While it is nice to be informed about certain aspects of it, I do not really want a book to make me feel guilty about eating a good steak when I want to. Overall however, still a very good overview of Buddhist thought and principles.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Biank

    Easy read and great foundation information on Buddhism Great information for people wanting to know about Buddhism. I will refer back to this book as I dig deeper into the knowledge of Buddhism.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    kindle 97

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mrs Andi Foxton

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stuart

  27. 5 out of 5

    Egle

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Gordon

  29. 4 out of 5

    Di Leaberry

  30. 5 out of 5

    Clemente Brazil

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