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The Noble Eightfold Path: Way to the End of Suffering (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. April 2006

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"Unbiased, eminently readable, and most importantly, gives many insightful and pragmatic hints to both the neophyte and experienced follower." Amaro Bhikkhu, author, "Silent Rain


This book offers a clear, concise account of the Eightfold Path prescribed to uproot and eliminate the deep underlying cause of suffering-ignorance. Each step of the path is believed to cultivate wisdom through mental training, and includes an enlightened and peaceful middle path that avoids extremes. The theoretical as well as practical angles of each of the paths - right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration - are illustrated through examples from contemporary life. The work's final chapter addresses the Buddhist path and its culmination in enlightenment.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Read this along with other perspectives 14. März 2017
Von George - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I read this as someone with only a small knowledge of the eightfold path, and this book was very detailed in describing the path. I found myself not being helped personally by the information, because the author has a "conservative?" view of Buddhism. Conservative may not be the right word, non-secular might be better. The author emphasizes karma as something very real that goes through lifetimes and is the main reason for following the path. I got the impression he would wonder why anyone would follow the path who did not believe in karma. Also the author returns again and again to the defilements, and emphasizes the necessary work of cutting off the defilements. The author sees pleasure as something to be on guard against, which I believe to be in alignment with Buddhism, but many teachers I have listened to take less of a hard line, embracing the senses though mindfulness, embracing a sense of beauty. I don't get the impression the author would agree with them. But the author is very specific and I read all of it, underlining throughout.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Pithy introduction to a key Buddhist teaching 18. Februar 2016
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This is a succinct, accessible summary of the Eightfold Path, a central aspect of the structure of Buddhist practice. Bhikkhu Bodhi, a contemporary American Buddhist monk and eminent scholar, explains the material pithily, in a way that is oriented toward practitioners rather than academics. This slim volume is an excellent and very accessible introduction to the Eightfold Path as classically taught. The author's perspective includes some traditional Buddhist cosmology that will not be universally embraced by contemporary practitioners.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen All that's needed 1. Mai 2011
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How much is enough? Not everyone will agree on any given answer to this question, but I will add my vote for 5 stars to those who voted the same way. Having read nearly all of the Sutta Pitaka, as much of the Visuddhimagga as I could tolerate, and numerous commentaries on Buddhist thought by more modern commentators, I am hard pressed to think of any important precept that cannot be found in this little volume by Bikkhu Bodhi. As he says in the preface, "The essence of the Buddha's teaching can be summed up in two principles: the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path. The first covers the side of doctrine, and the primary response it elicits is understanding; the second covers the side of discipline ... and the primary response it calls for is practice. In the structure of the teaching these two principles lock together into an indivisible unity called the dhamma-vinaya, the doctrin-and-discipline..."

Buddhism is, after all, a prescription for conducting one's life in a way that leads to harmlessness (ahimsa), happiness, awareness (samadhi), and understanding (panna), and the foundation of the whole teaching is right behavior (sila). The nature of Buddhist discipline is experiential, not intellectual, and the goal of practice, nibbana, can be reached just as well by the illiterate as by the scholarly. In fact, it may be that the illiterate have an advantage in one respect, being less likely to get caught up in their conceits and the pride of their minds (see Romans 12:16). Knowledge is important, but it is also important to recognize how easily one can lose track of the Middle Way in a maelstrom of words. It know it seems odd to refer to Judeo-Christian scriptures in a review of a Buddhist text, and I hope to be forgiven for it if that is perceived wrongly, but truth is where you find it, and I can think of no more eloquent way of expressing the caution I have in mind than this: "For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow (Eccl 1:18)." It is not necessary to memorize the ethical principles of Buddhism from some book or exegetical commentary because human beings, for the most part, have an innate ability to recognize what is skillful and what is not ((Genesis 3:5). It is through their words and conceptual convolutions that humans become confused and lost. Maybe that explains what happened to Sangharakshita. I don't know anyone that hasn't gone down that path, or one similar to it, at one time or another. Mindfulness is the cure.

Personally, I believe this is the best of Bikkhu Bodhi's writings. It is clear, concise, and complete, and I thank him for it. What remains to be done is practice with hope and faith that one lifetime is sufficient.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen one of the best explanations of the essential meaning of the Four Nobles ... 28. August 2015
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In my opinion, one of the best explanations of the essential meaning of the Four Nobles Truths and the way to achieve them through the Noble Eightfold Path. It is written in a style that is very digestable, even for the neophite. I recommend having some notion of what the Eightfold Path is and then reading this text that should help to explain in detail what the meaning of each component of the Path. To me, a very illuminating and inspiring work worth every penny and each moment spent. I will be reading it again, soon...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I think anyone with an initial understanding (or curiosity) of Buddhism would love it. It seems a little expensive for it's ... 21. Juli 2015
Von Rae Hu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is an extremely well written book, and a necessity for me to finally put Buddhism to practice. I've read through it word by word, and I'm planning to read it many times in the future. I think anyone with an initial understanding (or curiosity) of Buddhism would love it.

It seems a little expensive for it's volume, but worth every penny. (I would have willingly paid three times more if I'd known the content is this good^<)

p.s. there's this great website with excellent courses taught by this author (free mp3 download) http://bodhimonastery.org/religion/audios
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