The Laws of Great Enlightenment: Always Walk with Buddha

The Laws of Great Enlightenment: Always Walk with Buddha

by Ryuho Okawa


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Enlightenment is neither a sudden nor spontaneous state of being. Author Ryuho Okawa explains that enlightenment must be worked on and maintained throughout one's lifetime. Okawa also criticizes the "sudden enlightenment" of Zen Buddhism and explains how work ability and enlightenment are interrelated. In this book, Ryuho Okawa, known as the living Buddha, also reveals the moment of his Great Enlightenment in 1981.

1. The Enemy is Within You – Do not let your mind control you - control your mind
2. The Power to Forgive Sins – Have the courage to forgive both yourself and others
3. Work Ability and Enlightenment – How to become a person who can bring happiness to many
4. The Moment of Great Enlightenment – The mystical multi-dimensional space revealed by the Great Enlightenment
5. Always Walk with Buddha – Study the laws of the mind and put them into practice all throughout your life

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942125624
Publisher: Irh Press
Publication date: 11/07/2019
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 575,673
Product dimensions: 5.71(w) x 8.06(h) x 0.92(d)

About the Author

Ryuho Okawa is World Teacher, Master and CEO of Happy Science Group (a global utopian movement), and international best-selling author with a simple goal: to help people find true happiness and create a better world. Okawa’s deep compassion and sense of responsibility for the happiness of each individual has prompted him to publish over 2,800 titles of religious, spiritual, and self-development teachings, covering a broad range of topics including how our thoughts influence reality, the nature of love and the path to enlightenment. Okawa also writes on topics of management, the economy, and the relationship between religion and politics in a global context. Okawa’s books have been translated into 31 languages, and many of them have become best-selling titles, with over 100 million copies sold worldwide.

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