Buddha's Nature: A Practical Guide to Enlightenment Through Evolution

  • Title: Buddha's Nature: A Practical Guide to Enlightenment Through Evolution
  • Author: Wes "Scoop" Nisker
  • ISBN: 9780553106015
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. This book found me I work at a retreat center and was tidying up the teacher s cottage The teacher from the last retreat had left this book by accident under the bed If on a shelf at the book store, I wouldn t have bought it I wasn t particularly attracted to the title or the enlightment through evolution part However, I flipped through it and got hooked.I emailed the teacher and asked her if I could read it So, I guess I borrowed this book.Wes discusses the Mahasatipatthana Sutra which discusse [...]

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    2. Combing Buddhist meditation practices with current scientific knowledge seems a wise use of human resources Generally speaking, Buddhism and science represent the respective genius of Asian and Western civilizations In comparing the two ways of knowing, one might conclude that the planet was somehow divided along the lines of the two hemispheres of the brain In the West we looked outside of ourselves for the truth, dividing up the world with our intellect and reason to see if reality s secrets w [...]

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    3. As someone who admires Buddhism, and a lover of science, this book was a pleasure to read The author shows how using the ideas and practices of Buddhism can actually instill a deeper appreciation of the natural world, and of our own bodies and minds As he says, The Buddha was a biologist the Buddha taught that one can learn about nature and oneself by simply experimenting with meditation, focused breathing, and mindfulness Our connection with Nature is apparent in the ways we humans live, think, [...]

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    4. Some interesting ideas showing how modern neuroscience is basically agreeing with what Buddhism always taught, but I found it hard to concentrate on the text Not because it was difficult it was all dumbed down for the general reader but I think there were too many short sections broken up by quotes instead of examples, and it wasn t clear who it was intended for Worth reading if you are interested in the nature of thought and the mind.

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    5. Second time read was even better than the first Karma is in a sense another word for evolution we are the sum of all that s gone before, back to the first single cell creatures that lived on this planet.

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    6. This guy is speaking from experience Presenting the concepts of Buddhist meditation to the western reader Very good

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    7. One thing I do believe in is the natural world and this book is an interesting perspective on Zen buddhism from an evolutionary biology perspective.

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