While many people consider Buddhism to be a religion, many others see the Buddha’s teachings as an excellent guide for living and appreciating life.
InStill Mindfulness executive director, Jamie Reygle, takes the latter approach in this brief secular guide to the Buddha’s key teachings, with the underlying premise that we’re all ‘unenlightened Buddhas’: people who have not yet recognized and connected with their true ‘Buddha nature’.
If you are new to mindfulness practice, interested in developing a basic understanding of the Buddha’s teachings, or simply want a fresh take on some ancient teachings, this book could be for you.
All proceeds from the sale of this title go to InStill Mindfulness, to help us cultivate a mindful world for all.
What people are saying about The Unenlightened Buddha:
“I loved it so much that I have printed a copy out so I can read it easily when I want to. I could feel peacefulness arising as I read it, and compassion for myself and my erratic thoughts and feelings.”
Loved the book. I’ve read a lot of books that purported to be concise introductions to Buddhism. Yours is a real good one, really”
“I think it is stunning – it is so accessible and clear and gently provocative of debate and so absolutely not preachy.”
“It makes me happy.”
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