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In a Nutshell: Karma and Rebirth Audio CD – Audiobook, Classical, Unabridged
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Close attention to this study of the theory and practice (well, theory mainly, obviously) of rebirth will open your mind to the fundamental mysteries of human existence. Though covering many religions and traditions, its overall viewpoint is Buddhist and the central concept of karma that ethical or unethical choices of action have consequences now and in future lives might lead to a helpful re-examination of one s behaviour. No easy answers here, but confirmation that existence is necessarily impermanent and unsatisfactory . --Karen Robinson, The Sunday Times
This is a scholarly yet accessible introduction to the spiritual theory often called "reincarnation." The author, born Duncan Steen in 1952 in Great Britain, became a Buddhist in 1986. He is the author of several books on Buddhism. The introduction makes clear that the topic is not a simple one, with a history of debatable nuances among believers of various, Eastern traditions. Jinananda makes clear he is speaking from the Buddhist tradition, and that the various Buddhist traditions are somewhat splintered on the subject. He begins with research from a University of Virginia professor which details accounts of children and adults across the globe who have seemingly remembered past lives. This includes the phenomena of children exhibiting mastery of foreign languages not logically available to them and knowledge of verifiable facts of history they could not know. He then delves into the subjects of Karma, Tibetan Buddhist cosmology, and other aspects of the subject. His grasp is broad and his enthusiasm for the subject apparent. He reads in a calm, unaffected manner. This is an excellent resource for those interested in the subject. --Nancy Chaplin, SoundCommentary.com
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