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Bodhisattva: How to Be Free: Teachings to Guide You Home

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Open Bodhisattva and enter a sanctuary and a school, where every page welcomes you into a private peace and inspires the wisdom of quiet contemplation. Composed by a Buddhist monk and mystic, the revelations exposed in these brief meditations will provide readers of all faiths and traditions with moments of genuine peace, reflection and discovery. Her Royal Highness Ashi K ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Mani Press
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"Bodhisattva: How to Be Free" is a beautiful book of soul-provoking poetry cloaked in an eye-catching, sunset-colored "Peaceful Vajrapani" drape that draws my attention every time I am in the same room, reminding me of the restful peace and quiet I feel when indulging in a few pages. The author paints fluid imagery that is not only beautiful to read, but has stayed with me since I first read this book, which is why I'm writing this, now. I hope more people discover this book and this author!
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michele bloods teacher, powerful simplicity of divine spirit
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“It is after days of
Soaking in these downpours
That the land can drink in
The bounty,
That the bejeweled trees can
Accept nature’s offering.
While the dewy greens are
Very pretty, and the
Running streams make the most
Gentle trickling sounds
There is no healing until the
Water is absorbed.”
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