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  • Author:
    Don Morreale
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    1570622701
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    978-1570622700
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    Shambhala; Subsequent edition (March 10, 1998)
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    448 pages
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Just crack open The Complete Guide to Buddhist America and you're halfway to your destination.

Just crack open The Complete Guide to Buddhist America and you're halfway to your destination. And it is more than just a yellow pages of American Buddhism.

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Start by marking Complete Guide to Buddhist America as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The book is divided into four parts, the first three representing the major Buddhist traditions that have taken root in America: Theravada (The Path of Insight), Mahayana (The Path of Compassion), and Vajrayana (The Path of Devotion). The fourth part covers nonsectarian groups. Each part begins with several essays by leading Buddhist teachers, scholars, and longtime students to introduce the philosophy and practices of that particular school.

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Surveying American Buddhism. Morreale, Don (e., The Complete Guide to Buddhist America. Kitagawa, Joseph T. "Buddhism in America, with Special Reference to Ze. Japanese Religions 5 (1967), 32-57. How the Swans Came to the Lake. A Narrative History of Buddhism in America. 2nd e. rev. and updated 1988. 3rd e. and updated. Boulder, CO: Shambhala Publ. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1976. Sante Fe, 2nd e.

Don Morreale lists over a thousand centers in the US and Canada in The Complete Guide to Buddhist America. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 1998).

One source put the total number of practicing Buddhists at a round one million in 1990, but another at 5 or 6 million only a few years later. Don Morreale lists over a thousand centers in the US and Canada in The Complete Guide to Buddhist America. 2,450,000 - 2002 Britannica Book of the Year estimate for 2000. Between one and two million Americans formally practice Buddhism - 2000 Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches.

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Cross-indexed by name as well as location, this volume functions well as a guidebook, though it will not fit into your pocket. The book is divided into four sections, reflecting the major paths of Buddhism: Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana, and a fourth called 'Buddhayan: Nonsectarian Buddhism and.

This is the first in-depth guide to Buddhism in North America, introducing the many facets of Buddhist practice and belief, highlighting the unique development of Buddhism in the West, as well as offering detailed listings to over a thousand meditation centers. The book is divided into four parts, the first three representing the major Buddhist traditions that have taken root in America: Theravada (The Path of Insight), Mahayana (The Path of Compassion), and Vajrayana (The Path of Devotion). The fourth part covers nonsectarian groups. Each part begins with several essays by leading Buddhist teachers, scholars, and longtime students to introduce the philosophy and practices of that particular school. Then follow listings of hundreds of centers and meditation groups identified with that tradition, with brief descriptions of each center's facilities, the schedule of regular practices and special retreats, information about teacher lineages, and full contact information. The listings are enhanced by over a hundred photographs of the centers and their teachers, as well as by sidebars highlighting their unique features, practices, and events. This is a completely revised and vastly expanded edition of the author's Buddhist America: Centers, Retreats, Practices (published in 1988). In addition to being thoroughly updated, The Complete Guide to Buddhist America contains more than twice the number of listening and articles contained in the earlier edition.