GREETINGS and a BIG WAVE to all SURFERS. We are publishers of Buddhist books and articles. Currently we have several books in print (published under the imprint of Zolag) and on this site thousands of pages of books and articles for free download. We also have several unique books on various topics from the ‘Abhidhamma’, `the theory of buddhism’. The aim of these books is to bridge the gap between theory and practice and help to give a precision to the understanding of buddhism.
How do you know these books represent the truth of Buddhism? The best you can do is check them with original teachings and verify them with the truth of reality now. All our books have many quotes from the original scriptures. See this link for a sutta from the Buddha about this problem. Maha Paranibbana Sutta See also the Is there a method
TIP: If you are a beginner and want to get to grips with the core of Buddhism quickly; here is a quarter page article Abhidhamma in Daily Life press release; a one page article here The Buddha’s Teaching on Physical Phenomena; short 5 page article Understanding Reality; under the book section, The Buddha’s Path; Online presentations, 14 Big Ideas of Buddhism and others Some books which can be read on any device can be found here: https://www.gitbook.com/@alwell/
Original files for editing can be found here: https://github.com/alwell/Zolag_Archive
Beginners Buddhism http://www.scribd.com/collections/4454724/Beginners-Buddhism
Beginners Abhidhamma http://www.scribd.com/collections/4454959/Beginners-Abhidhamma
Books on Abhidhamma http://www.scribd.com/collections/4454521/Abhidhamma
Books in print
(available from Amazon USA and UK)
- The Buddha’s Path (hardback only, published May 1st 2014)
- Cetasikas (hardback only, published May 1st 2014)
- Buddhism in Daily Life (hardback only)
- Abhidhamma in Daily Life (hardback only)
- The Conditionality of life
- The Buddhist Teaching on Physical Phenomena
- The Perfections leading to Enlightenment
- A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas (hardback only)
Further details of the above books can be found here: Archive.org
‘Higher reality’. higher learning? This paper was added to the University of East London ROAR depository 2016-12-19
Online Pali Course (Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies)
We have a new Pali online school coming up. Course dates: 2—22 April. Classes begin 3 April 2017.
Full details can be found here: http://ocbs.org/courses/pali-online-school/
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