- How To Practice Buddhism In Your Everyday Life
- Narrated by: Terry Murphy
- Length: 40 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-11-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Elias Axmar
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This beautiful, meaningful quote by Buddha, the founder of Buddhism sums up the basic essence of Buddhism. This audiobook is going to help you better understand what Buddhism is, how it can benefit you, and how you can apply it in your routine life.
Buddhism provides you with deep information related to the worldly pleasures, your desires, and everything that prevents you from acquiring inner peace and happiness. Moreover, it also guides you on how you can battle all your obstructions, both the inner and outer ones, to gain complete peace of mind. Buddhism is a philosophy, some refer to it as a religion, or a faith, that comprises of numerous beliefs, spiritual practices and traditions based primarily on the teachings of Gautama Buddha. Let us dig deeper into this and find out more about Buddhism. If you want to improve your understanding of Buddhism, you have landed at the right place. Listen to this audiobook to find out how Buddhism can be of help to you.
In this audiobook, you'll learn:
Buddhism-detailed insight into Buddhism and how it came into being
Teachings of Buddhism
Four Noble Truths
How you can benefit from Buddhism
How to eliminate depression with meditation
Mudras for fighting stress
Mindfulness exercises for happiness
Buddhism practices for improving your health and sleep related problems
Mudras for losing weight, improving health, and sleeping better
How to improve your relationships and professional life with Buddhism
Listen to the audiobook today and learn how to practice Buddhism, in your everyday life.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By MS. MCM on 09-06-17
It was OK! narration thumbs down
This book is very basic and simple is for beginners. The person who narrated this book had pretty horrible pronunciation of many of the terms which was irritating. I would have gotten a book more in depth and a bit longer overall.