My Heart is a Golden Buddha
by Seon Master Daehaeng,
narrated by Garan Fitzgerald.
A wonderful audio edition the best selling book!
If you haven’t read the book, these are kind of different stories! While some are very traditional Buddhist tales, most are like nothing you’ve heard before.
A woman who wants to sell her mother-in-law….
A monk who became a cow…
Worm soup that saves a teacher…
The decisions of a man hanging from a cliff…
Yet the endings and Daehaeng Kun Sunim’s explanations are really satisfying. It feels like they scratch an itch so old we stopped noticing it. Go ahead and take a listen!
3 hours 16 minutes
Sharing the Same Heart
Parents, children, and our inherent essence
Children, Parents, and the Dharma all around us!
A collection of Dharma talks by Daehaeng Kun Sunim
Because you are inherently connected with your children and everything around you, as you entrust your problems to your essence, your foundation, the light that arises from this will also grow brighter within the other person.
So there’s no reason to blame others. Instead, work on using your mind wisely. If you can go forward with this kind of wisdom, how could your family not be happy and successful?
Touching The Earth
The Power of Our Inner Light to Transform the World
In this new collection of Dharma talks, Seon Master Daehaeng shows us everything is a part of ourselves–nothing is separate.
You are connected with everything in the universe. All the energy, creativity, and insight of the universe is flowing together with you. Right now. Free for anyone to use. And no matter how much you use, it will never run out.
When we begin to live in accord with this connection – call it Buddha-nature, God, the foundation, or one mind – this energy and wisdom can flow through us. This connection is there within each of us, calling for us to pay attention.
130 x 190mm I p 172 I Paperback I US $16.95 I 978-89-91857-34-6(03220)
[Also available in bilingual Korean-English editions]
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MY HEART IS A GOLDEN BUDDHA
Buddhist Stories from Korea
A collection of inspiration and wisdom, seen through the tales of housewives and kings, bandits and monks, and the deep mountains of Korea.
In these thirty-three stories, one of Korea’s foremost Seon(Zen) Masters shows us our inherent potential and teaches us how to live with dignity and courage in any circumstances. Appealing to both children and adults, these stories are drawn from the rich Buddhist tradition of Korea and reveal the unseen dimensions of our lives while showing us how to become true human beings.
128 x 188mm | p 216 | Paperback | US $16.95 | 978-89-91857-24-7 (03220)
[Also available in German, Korean, Chinese, and Indonesian editions]0
WAKE UP AND LAUGH
Dharma Talks by Korean Seon Master Daehaeng
The compassion, humor, and practical wisdom of one of Korea’s foremost Seon(Zen) Masters shines throughout this collection of five Dharma talks. Holding her hand out to us, Seon Master Daehaeng reveals how everything in daily life, even the ugly and difficult, can become the fuel for our spiritual growth. With every page she leads us back towards the source that can truly guide us, that can truly help us: our own inherent Buddha essence.
Find this. Discover this.
Know the hope, joy, and selflessness of awakening!
128 x 188mm I p 224 I Paperback I US $16.95 I 978-89-91857-23-0 (03220)
[Also available in German and Korean editions]
NO RIVER TO CROSS
Trusting the Enlightenment that’s Always
Seon Master Daehaeng’s ability to reach out to a wide audience of both ordained and lay Buddhists is well documented in this anthology No River to Cross. Her method of teaching is disarmingly simple, yet remarkably profound. She is widely known for her insight into people’s character and her ability to draw on that insight to craft teachings that correspond precisely to the needs of her audience. Seon Master Daehaeng emerges in this collection as one of the most creative and accessible of contemporary Korean Buddhist teachers, who can use even the most mundane of daily events as grist for the mill of Buddhist teaching and practice.
[From the preface, by Professor Robert Buswell,
Director of the Center for Buddhist Studies, UCLA]
150x230mm I P144 I Paperback I US $14.95 I 978-0-8617-1534-3
[Also available in German, Russian, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean editions]
A THOUSAND HANDS OF COMPASSION
The Chant of Korean Spirituality and Enlightenment
Winner of the 2010 iF Design Award
Chanted every day in Buddhist temples throughout Korea, A Thousand Hands of Compassion integrates all the major aspects of Korean Buddhist thought. Popular with monastics and lay people alike, variations have been recited in Korea for the past 1,300 years. It describes the path of spiritual practice, integrating non-duality, mantras, the desire to save all beings, repentance, and taking refuge. Its truths echo deep within us and arise in our daily life to help guide us. The illustrations by one of Korea’s foremost modern artists, Hyo Rim, contain the fragrance of deep meditation, and will touch readers of all backgrounds.
225 x 175mm I p 130 I Hardcover I US $19.95 | 978-89-91857-13-1(03810)
[Also available in a German-Korean edition]
Available from: Seoul Selection