There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?
- Sympathetic joy,
- And equanimity.
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Sanghabhadra; translated from the Sanskrit & annotated by Collett Cox.
|1995||183.92||SAN / COX|
|Buddhism for today - and tomorrow||
Sangharakshita, Bhikshu, 1925-2018.
|Meditations: a book of sayings||
|Buddhism in Burma||
by the late J.A. Stewart.
|To realize enlightenment: practice of the cultivation path||
Master Nan Huai-Chin; translated from the Chinese by J.C. Cleary.
|Burmese Buddhist iconography||702.098238||BUR|
|How was Nichiren able to transform mappo into a positive perspective?||
|2003||MA dissertation (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 2003).||188.91||WAR|
Jiao guan gang zong
The essence of meditation and teaching
|Zhi Xu, Jing Xiu|
|The Buddha's mission and last journey: Buddhacarita, xv to xviii||
translated by E.H. Johnston.
|1937||Extract: Acta Orientalia, v.9, 1931.||183.19||BUD / JOH|
|The doctrine of prajna-paramita as exposed in the Abhisamayalamkara of Maitreya||
Obermiller, Eugéne, 1901-1935.
by E. Obermiller.
|1932||Offprint, Acta Orientalia, v.XI, 1932, pp.1-133.||183.2||ABH / OBE|