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Eight Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness

by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

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Release Date: June, 2000

Edition: Paperback

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Buy the book: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Eight Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness


A wonderful text!

This is a wonderful book by Geshe Kelsang explaining how to transfer everyday experiences into the Buddhist path. If you're looking for a practical guide to develop compassion this is the book for you. Thank you for reading my review, and I wish you much luck.

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The Greatest Power!

We have two men in this book who display what we all want, what
we all need, and what we all really want to give. The great Bodhisattva, Langri Tangpa, wrote a poem consisting of eight
verses which tell us how to love. They are mathematically precise. The commentary is by the most brilliant writer
of Buddhism in the twentieth century, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. The result is incredible.
An algorythm of exact precision in which we can see how to love.
I know a person who can cause great trouble for me and my family. I see him as my Supreme Spititual Guide. I see him as my Supreme Spititual Teacher. He will burn up so much of my bad karma. And he IS my Spiritual Teacher. Because I hold him as such. This is one of the eight verses by Langri Tangpa
who lived almost 1,000 years ago. I slept pretty well last night. I am scared now but I do not feel hate and anger surge
through my veins and arteries. Geshe Kelsang's commentary
is brilliant. And he gives a whole chapter on the preliminaries for meditating on love. For you see, any label that we impute
on a person, place, or thing can be shown to be erroneous. Your
hat may be "great" to you but it may be "stupid" to me. By seeing and imputing worthwhile labels on people, for example, they will change. And you will to. This book is nothing less than the practice of love.

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