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Turning The Wheel Of Truth

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Turning The Wheel Of Truth by Ajahn Sucitto
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Immediately after his enlightenment, the Buddha gave a talk that contained within it the foundation for all further Buddhist teachings. The text of this remarkable discourse is presented here and is brilliantly illuminated by a respected, contemporary teacher of the Theravada tradition. This discourse by the Buddha, called "The Sutta That Set in Motion the Wheel of the Truth", is revered by all schools of Buddhism, yet it isn't studied regularly due to the density of the material it contains. Ajahn Sucitto's engaging, chapter-by-chapter unpacking of the text makes it accessible for everyone, showing how it serves as a complete digest of all the Buddhist teachings, and thus, as a worthy guide for life. His commentary includes enlightening discussions of fundamental Buddhist ideas and principles such as: The Middle Way, The Eightfold Path, The Four Noble Truths, Buddhist cosmology, Karma, and Enlightenment.

Author Biography

Ajahn Sucitto has been a Buddhist monk in the Thai Forest tradition since 1979, and has been teaching in the West since 1981. He is the abbot of Cittaviveka in England, the first Buddhist forest monastery established in the West. He is also the author of Rude Awakenings as well as several books for free distribution. For more information, see www.cittaviveka.org.
Release date Australia
August 15th, 2010
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Shambhala Publications Inc
Pages
208
Dimensions
154x229x17
ISBN-13
9781590307649
Product ID
3967168

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