One Dharma by Joseph Goldstein
The Emerging Western Buddhism

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One of America's most respected Buddhist teachers distills a lifetime of practice and teaching in this groundbreaking exploration of the new Buddhist tradition taking root on American soil.


About Joseph Goldstein

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About the Author: Joseph Goldstein is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University Law School, and is the author and coauthor of a number of books on the law, including The Government of a British Trade Union, Beyond the Best Interests of the Child, and Criminal Law, Theory, and Process.
Published March 15, 2011 by HarperCollins e-books. 228 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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is an allegiance to a very simple question: 'What works?' " Goldstein sees Western Buddhism as arising from the current interaction in the West of Buddhist traditions previously isolated for centuries, with Westerners "willing to take what is useful and beneficial from different traditions and a...

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When attachment and aversion are both gone, the Way is clear and undisguised.' " The practice of nonclinging is a good defense against all the feelings that rush to the surface in our daily skirmishes with what Buddha called the eight great vicissitudes of life: pleasure and pain, gain and loss, ...

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