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American Buddhist Review of Books, Authors, Teachers and Teachings
- American Buddhist Review of Books and Authors, Teachers and Teachings is an independent journal whose purpose it is to carefully examine and critique those writers, teachers, and books (both Asian and Western) that offer some of the best of skillful means and understandings, not only to American Buddhist and Western Buddhist communities, but to English-speaking readers everywhere.
- Reviews on Buddhism Books written by consumers at Epinions.com.
Buddhism Knowledge Products Audio Classics
- Understand all the major world religions by listening to this audiocassette series in your spare time. Narrated by Ben Kingsley. Online orders receive an Internet Discount on complete series.
- Bibliography in alphabetical order of title, from all traditions, from Theravada to Vajrayana and Zen. you can download a zipped file from this page. (also an Affiliate for Amazon.com and partner for Alapage.com).
Buddhist Book Reviews
- Reviews of "The Jew In The Lotus" and "The Zen Of Oz".
Laughing Buddha Journal
- a personal, informal account of Shambhala and one individuals views on American Buddhism. Also, a preview of the upcoming autobiographical book touching on humour, health and spirituality from a Buddhist perspective.
Living Meditation, Living Insight
- Book - Living Meditation, Living Insight. The Path of Mindfulness in Daily Life.
The Accidental Buddhist: Dinty W. Moore
- Page from the site of the author of The Accidental Buddhist - an extended look at the many ways Buddhism is growing in America, and traces as well the author's own struggle to enter the dharma.
Thoughts without a Thinker: Psychotherapy from a Buddhist Perspective
- Classically trained psychiatrist Mark Epstein explores how Eastern spirituality can enhance Western psychology by helping patients go beyond merely recognizing their problems to healing them. Foreword by the Dalai Lama.
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