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Waking the Buddha: How the Most Dynamic and Empowering Buddhist Movement in History Is Changing Our Concept of Religion [Anglais] [Broché]

Clark Strand

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Deeply inspiring!! 28 mars 2014
Par Ethan Gelbaum - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having read essays by Clark Strand previously, I was really looking forward to reading his book, "Waking the Buddha". It was even more engaging than I imagined and I read it in only one sitting. Mr. Strand's accounts of the fearlessness of the first three Soka Gakkai Presidents, Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, Josei Toda and Daisaku Ikeda, deeply inspired me and re-ignited a fighting spirit in my own life.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stunning insights powerfully rendered into modern-day religion and the rapid rise of SGI Buddhism around the world 14 mai 2014
Par Anne M. Hudson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Clark Strand has been on a lifelong quest to understand religion and religiosity. Raised a Southern Baptist, he subsequently practiced Zen Buddhism and was the first senior editor of the American Buddhist magazine Tricycle. In Waking the Buddha, he ventures into the heart of what drives the Soka Gakkai International (SGI), especially in its astonishing growth over the past 50 years in America. He describes the SGI as remarkably free of antiquarianism and Orientalism, especially as compared to other American Buddhist groups.

When the Soka Gakkai began to spread Nichiren Buddhism outside of Japan, starting in the 1960s, it was already well established in its modern interpretation--Buddha is life!--and modern organization of the small discussion meeting. This organizational model is able to serve the members instead of the members serving the organization, which has proven to be extremely attractive.

This book is a bracing wakeup call for anyone interested in applying the wisdom found in religious faith to the problems of everyday life. I recommend it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Waking The Buddha by Clark Strand 1 juin 2014
Par Adrian W. Hladky - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is one of the best books on the Soka Gakkai in USA and on Nichiren Buddhism out there today. as a 30+ year practitioner, I highly recommend it. The author thoroughly researched the subject and has presented an informed objective view that accurately portrays the largest and most diverse Buddhist lay organization on the planet. For Buddhism to be relevant to this day and age, to be truly contemporary and accessible to the widest and most diverse population is a matter of utmost importance to the survival of humanity and our wonderful home, planet Earth. Nichiren Buddhism has impacted the lives of over 12 million people around the world and transformed people at the very core revealing a way of life of unsurpassed happiness for those who practice it and their environments.This is the true purpose of the appearance of the historical Buddha, Shakyamuni and is based on the Lotus Sutra which he taught as the essence of Buddhism. I am eternally grateful to Mr. Strand, a practitioner of many spiritual paths, a former zen monk and a dedicated journalist for his courageous and very well written work. It is my greatest desire that this book finds it's way into the hands of countless people and exposes them to the Soka Gakkai, it's three founding presidents Makiguchi, Toda and Ikeda and the Buddhism of the Sun - Nichiren Buddhism. Nam Myoho Renge Kyo. Also recommended: Unlocking the Mysteries of Birth and Death by Daisaku Ikeda, The Buddha in Your Mirror by Ted Morino, Greg Martin and Woody Hochswender and The Buddha in Your Rearveiw Mirror by Woody Hochswender.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The extaordinary SGI movement so eloquently explained! 3 avril 2014
Par Michael - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a great book...thank you Mr. Clark Strand! I was one of those baby boomers who delved into Buddhism after the social turbulence of the sixties...ricocheting from transcendental meditation to New Thought and eventually becoming a student of the Theravada. Always a seeker...but never completely satisfied. Meanwhile, the world became darker as human beings continue to wage war with one another and destroy nature. One day I was presented with a card that had Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo inscribed on it. It sat on my desk for a few years but I eventually researched, studied, and embraced this practice. It transformed my life!

This book explains the SGI movement and its vision for the world to experience lasting peace and security through humanity's embrace of the humanistic principles of Buddhism. Nichiren Buddhism is practical Buddhism. Progress in your practice leads to changes within you. These changes are always marked by concurrent changes in your environment, which mirrors your inner life. This is Cause and Effect. Faith in Nichiren Buddhism is constantly directed toward transforming reality.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Quite a good job 17 mai 2014
Par barbara goodwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a Nichiren Buddhist, probably like so many others who bought the book. I was amazed at the author's profound understanding of the Nichiren Buddhism. For someone who doesn't practice this philosophy he did quite a good job of explaining it. The deeper elements were missing but then I had to keep reminding myself that since he doesn't practice it, there would be limits to his understanding. I think the one thing that stood out was when he mentioned that different people have said to him that Nichiren
Buddhist "isn't really a religion". I'm surprised that he didn't clarify that by "religion" most people mean a "God" outside of themselves; whereas this Buddhism believes that the "god" is within....that we are the Buddha. He did speak of personal responsibility for changing lives without mentioning begging some exterior being for help. He sort of danced around the issue perhaps not wanting to offend anyone that we don't believe that a "God" exists. However he did a mighty job and I was impressed. And in fact I DID learn new things.
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