Witty, honest and thought provoking, Richard Hayes casts a critical eye over modern society and the teachings of Buddhism as they flow into the West. Written from the perspective that comes from more that twenty years of study and practice, Land of No Buddha examines the pitfalls awaiting those who search for the truth. A sceptical Buddhist, Hayes nevertheless proposes the radical path of the Buddha-becoming free from self-indulgent passions and delusions-to those seeking genuine wisdom, not just slogans to stick on the bumpers of their cars.
"Richard Hayes offers a heartfelt critique of traditional Buddhist beliefs while opening the door to an illuminating way of understanding and practising the Dharma today."-Stephen Batchelor, author of Buddhism Without Beliefs
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