Some links to papers which I have translated into
French and (sometimes) into Italian
What distinguises Buddhism from Brahmanism and
very efficient summary of the most fundamental characteristics of
Buddhism, by Vietnamese Bhikkhu
The problem of Sex in Buddhism: what is the position of Buddhism
towards sex, by Kusala Bhikshu.
Ten reasons for which Western Buddhism
Nothing must be
taken for granted. Shall Buddhism only be a fleeting
from the Meme Dream
Paper presented at: The Psychology of Awakening:
International Conference on Buddhism, Science and Psychotherapy
Dartington 7-10 November 1996
Wake up! Wake up!
Errrr, ummmm, grrrrggr, Oh yes, I'm awake now. Wow, that was a weird
dream. I really thought I had to escape from the slurb, and it mattered
terribly to get to the cupboard in time. How silly! Of course, now I
see it wasn't real at all.
and Money : The
Repression of Emptiness Today, by David Loy
Buddhist doctrine of no-self implies that our fundamental repression is
not sex (as Freud thought), nor even death (as existential
psychologists think), but the intuition that the ego-self does not
exist, that our self consciousness is a mental construction
Fujimoto Rôshi the Way of Zazen.
the prevailing misconceptions about Zen (among young Japanese as well
as Westerners) isthat Zen people discipline themselves to become a kind
of supermen who are free to disregard the Buddhist precepts, as well as
all convention and consideration for others.
by M° Gudô
and Wrong: a talk on Buddhist Morality, by Eido Michael Luetchford, a student of
M° Gudo Nishijima
to practice Zazen,
a PDF booklet by Michael Luetchford, based upon the teachings of Master
Nishijima, to download