Quietly Comes the Buddha

Quietly Comes the Buddha

by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Karen Y. LeBeau


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Take a moment and commune with the heart of the Buddha.

Discover peace, transformation and divine solutions to your everyday problems through the creativity of the Buddha-nature in your heart.

You can realize your Buddha-nature by cultivating its qualities known as the Ten Perfections. See them as ten habits of highly -effective Buddhas to be:

• Giving of yourself (alms)

• Attaining enlightenment (precepts)

• Centering in ultimate reality (renunciation)

• Transcending the human mind (wisdom)

• Overcoming fear and unworthiness (courage)

• Refining the soul through communion (patience)

• Freeing yourself from the effects of errors (truth)

• Conquering self-destructive habits (resolution)

• Integrating the divine into your daily life (goodwill)

• Sustaining intensity and equanimity as you fulfill your goals (indifference)

Quietly Comes the Buddha is an offering of meditations, poetry and prayers for developing your Buddhic nature to bring wholeness into your life and the lives of others. Includes meditations on the heart for resolving conflicts and chakra meditations for purification and healing.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780922729401
Publisher: Summit University Press
Publication date: 10/23/2017
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Elizabeth Clare Prophet (1939-2009) was a pioneer of modern spirituality and an internationally renowned speaker and author. Her books are published in more than 30 languages, and millions of copies have been sold online and in bookstores worldwide.

Throughout her lifetime, Mrs. Prophet walked the path of spiritual adeptship, advancing through the universal initiations common to mystics of both East and West. She taught about this path and described her own experiences for the benefit of all who desire to make spiritual progress.

Mrs. Prophet has left an extensive library of spiritual teachings from the ascended masters and a thriving, worldwide community of people who study and practice these teachings.

KAREN Y. LeBEAU has been studying and writing about Chinese culture and philosophy for over twenty years. She has a B.A. in Chinese language and an M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Minnesota.

As an undergraduate she explored the roles of Maitreya in China, the parallel paths and teachings of Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha, and the canonization of Gautama Buddha in the West in the form of saints Barlaam and Josaphat. She also identified and compared blanc de Chine porcelain images of Kuan Yin. As a graduate student her research focused on the Buddhist art and ideology of the Tangut Hsi-hsia kingdom in northwest China (982-1227 a.d.). She also has a Master's degree in Print Journalism from the University of Southern California and has published in the Los Angeles Times and in Ability magazine.

Karen was involved in Tibetan resettlement in Minneapolis and sponsored and shared her home with Tenzin Chodon Yarphel. She lived in Taiwan for two years, where she frequented the National Palace Museum and the temples of her best friend, Kuan Yin.

Table of Contents

Introduction Meeting the Buddha xi

1 Becoming the Buddha 1

Prayer for Oneness in the Buddha-Nature 9

2 The Wheel of Perfection 11

Prayer to the Three Jewels of Shambhala 20

Meditation for Expanding the Light of Your Heart 22

3 The Perfection of Alms 25

The Ten Vows of the Bodhisattva of Mercy 33

4 The Prediction of Dipamkara 35

Prayer of the Buddha to Be 43

Meditation: The Golden Box of Resolution 44

5 The Perfection of the Precepts 47

Prayer: The Alchemy of the Divine Mother 53

6 The Perfection of Renunciation 55

Prayer: Entering the Path of the Secret Rays 62

Meditation on the Divine Mother Kuan Yin 63

7 The Perfection of Wisdom 65

Prayer to the Mother of the World 73

8 The Perfection of Courage 75

Prayer: Intercession of Infinite Light 83

Snowball Meditation to Clear the Four Lower Bodies of Being 85

9 The Perfection of Patience 89

The Prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi 98

10 The Buddha and the Mother 99

Prayer for the Kindling of Truth 107

Meditation and Mantras for Developing the Chakras 108

11 The Perfection of Truth 111

Prayer to Prajnaparamita, Mother of Wisdom 122

12 The Perfection of Resolution 123

Prayer: I Am Thy Holy Grail 134

White Lotus Meditation to Empower the Bodhisattva 135

13 The Perfection of Goodwill 137

Prayer to Comfort All Sentient Life 144

14 The Perfection of Indifference 147

Prayer: Lead Me to Shambhala 156

Meditation: Your Pilgrimage to Shambhala 158

notes 162

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Sonja Arntzen

This devotional text, firmly grounded in Buddhism but reaching out to embrace other teachings, has the potential for awakening in the heart an ardent desire for enlightenment. It both comforts and challenges.

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'Quietly Comes the Buddha' is one of the most beautiful meditation books I have come across. The photos in the book seem to capture the many facets of the message. The words take you right to the heart of the Buddha and hold you there. I now have a much better understanding of the meaning of the Eightfold Path of Buddhism. I highly recommend it to anyone who seeks a peaceful corner in their world.