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Fundamentals of the Buddhist Path

Of the many teachings within the Buddhist tradition, this collection combines four of the foundational, yet profound, teachings. Here, Sylvia Boorstein, Guo Gu, Norman Fischer, and Valerie Mason-John (Vimalasara) offer their insight on the four noble truths, three marks of existence, four right efforts, suffering, and impermanence.

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The Buddha’s Four Noble Truths

Sylvia Boorstein is a psychologist and leading teacher of Insight Meditation. Here she discusses one of the key teachings in Buddhism, the four noble truths, and how to apply them to our lives, right here and right now.

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Rev. Guo Gu

Buddhism's Three Marks of Existence

A fundamental Buddhist teaching, The Three Marks of Existence comprise the concepts of Impermanence, Suffering, and No- Self. Guo Gu breaks these down and explains how we can learn to embrace the uncertainty of life, while also understanding these often misinterpreted core Buddhist concepts.

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Norman Fischer

Suffering and Impermanence Is the Path

Impermanence and suffering are not just key components of the spiritual path. They are, as Norman Fischer suggests, the path itself.

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Buddhism's 4 Right Efforts

Valerie Mason-John (Vimalasara) is the author of eight books and the co-founder of the accredited program Mindfulness Based Addiction Recovery (MBAR). Here she outlines how freedom can be found when we begin to look at our habits that make up our self.

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