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Exploring Karma & Rebirth

Exploring Karma & Rebirth

"While the traditional Buddhist doctrines of Karma and rebirth may present themselves in a somewhat archaic, even naive, guise, they nevertheless communicate timeless truths about what it means to be human. We bear a responsibility to our future self and to other human beings through what we do. We have the power to transform the world for good or ill. It is through the compassionate exercise of this power that we fulfil our responsibility to life and transcend the confines of our ordinary mind.

'Every Buddhist should read it'
David Loy
, author of The Great Awakening

Read an interview with Nagapriya on Exploring Karma and Rebirth

Price: £8.99
ISBN: 9781899579617

Exploring Karma & Rebirth

Exploring Karma & Rebirth helps us to unravel the complexities of these two important but often misunderstood Buddhist doctrines.

This thought-provoking book 
clarifies these traditional Buddhist teachings, examines them in relation to their cultural origins, considers how they are still relevant today, and offers an imaginative reading of what the teachings could mean for us now.

Above all,
Exploring Karma & Rebirth insists that, to be of enduring value, these doctrines must continue to serve the overriding aim of Buddhism: spiritual awakening.

Paperback, 176 pages - Published: 08/03/2004
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Title page
Introduction p1
Introduction p2
Introduction p3
Introduction p4
Introduction p5
Introduction p6
Introduction p7

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Positive Customer Review
Zoketsu Norman Fischer (Guest)
Cogent, knowledgeable, and penetrating
A cogent, knowledgeable, and penetrating discussion of this critical Buddhist theme. Nagapriya quotes judiciously from traditional sources and provides clarifying contemporary examples as he deftly cuts through scholastic doctrine in an effort to answer the question: “How can a modern Western practitioner usefully understand the Buddhist teachings on karma?”

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