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  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Mysticism
  • Language:English
  • Pages:30
  • eBook ISBN:9781098300999

Tatagata's Alphabet Book

by Forest Dalton View author's profile page

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Overview
Tatagata's Alphabet Book is a collection of short inspirational verses based on insights from some of the world's great spiritual traditions. These include Taoism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Vedanta, and Dogzen, as well as the author's personal experience. This book was originally written in 1973, then revised in 2019 and published in 2020. You can read this book casually like any other book. Alternatively, you can select a few verses that resonate with you and use them as simple meditations or for relaxation.
Description
Tatagata's Alphabet Book is a collection of short inspirational verses based on insights from some of the world's great spiritual traditions. These include Taoism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Vedanta, and Dogzen, as well as the author's personal experience. This book was originally written in 1973, then revised in 2019 and published in 2020. You can read this book casually like any other book. Alternatively, you can select a few verses that resonate with you and use them as simple meditations or for relaxation. Tatagata is a phonetic spelling of the sanskrit word tathagata (pronounced ta-TA-ga-ta). Spelling it this way makes it possible to find it in your genome. Other books by Forest Dalton include It's All God (published January 2020). To learn more, search for Forest Dalton on your favorite online book site.
About the author
Forest Dalton started his adult life with the dream of becoming a college physics teacher. He earned master's degrees in mathematics and physics at Stanford and at UC Riverside. In 1963 he had a realization to the effect that a better path for him as a teacher might be to help folks learn about their true nature and how to treat each other better. Toward this goal he studied and trained in Eastern philosophy (Alan Watts), advaita vedanta (Master Subramuniya), Tibetan Buddhism (Tarthang Tulku), Enlightment Intensives (Charles Berner and Osha Reader) and Dogzen (Edrid).
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