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Buddha In Blue Jeans: An Extremely Short Simple Zen Guide To Sitting Quietly And Being Buddha (2011)

by Tai Sheridan(Favorite Author)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 4
Poet Poppy Press
review 1: This book is extremely easy to read; this is because it is very short. After reading a number of Buddhist books I think this is probably the most straight forward. Since it is so short, it will make people feel uncomfortable. We feel like we need something else, something complicated, something more. I suspect this is why other Buddhist books are comparatively longer, to make people feel more comfortable. However, this is all you really need to learn how to meditate. It is simple, but it isn't easy.
review 2: Free on Kindle. If you have any way of reading Kindle books and find yourself doing much complaining, do yourself and everyone else a favor and download this, then give it some real time. At least as much time as you normally put into verbalizing your un
... morehappiness with your life. For Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike, there is no willing person who will not get something meaningful from this 31 page book made up of very short snippets that can be read in less than a minute each but meditated on forever. A lot of this is about giving yourself permission for what you need. A surprisingly wide range of topics are covered in such a short volume, and I'm certain that many will find it simplistic, but not only are there many who need to 'hear' the very most basic things, but for the rest of us it's more about what we bring to fill in the spaces around these snippets. They are a springboard, a place to leap from. While sitting quietly, each section can send us anywhere. less
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less is more and easy to absorb. simple words but lots of meaning behind.
Simple book, it regroups all what we need to know for a better life.
A short book worth rereading at least one month
Too high level for me; okay foundation.
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