If you’re new to Amida Shu Buddhism, you might like to start with the following books. 

 

The Feeling Buddha by David Brazier

Who Loves Dies Well by David Brazier

Just as You Are: Buddhism for Foolish Beings by Satya Robyn & Kaspa Thompson

Coming Home: Refuge in Pureland Buddhism by Satya Robin

Authentic Life: Buddhist Teachings and Stories by David Brazier and Kaspalita Thompson

David Brazier (Dharmavidya) has also written the following books:

Buddhism is a Religion: You Can Believe It

Not Everything is Impermanent

Zen Therapy:  Transcending the Sorrows of the Human Mind 

The New Buddhism

The Dark Side of the Mirror

 

Other recommended books on Pureland Buddhism are below:

The works of Honen and Shinran

Call of the Infinite by John Paraveskopoulos

River of Fire, River of Water  by Taitetso Unno

Connect from Wherever You Are

These resources are especially for those who want to practice but who don’t live close to an Amida Shu group:

Join Amida Mosaic on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/amidamosaic
 

Audio Talks:  Visit either the audio page on their website or their YouTube Channel.
http://www.amidamandala.com/audio-teachings/
https://www.youtube.com/amidamandala
 

Online Study:  Join Dayamay’s monthly Skype study group. Email Dayamay for joining instructions through the following link:
http://www.amidamandala.com/connect-from-wherever-you-are/
 

Virtual Temple:  Join the conversation with Amida Shu Buddhists from around the world on their virtual temple. 

https://www.friendsofamida.com/
 

Groups, Activity, and Online Resources:  General information on the Pureland Buddhist Community.
http://www.amidashu.org/

Join Dharmavidya David Brazier at la Ville au Roi (Eleusis), an online network of friends interested in the connections between personal experience, Buddhism, Taoism, classical philosophy, psychology, and life in the contemporary world:

http://eleusis.ning.com/

And in the unknowing

I will be found

and find myself.

In the unknowing

is the Love,

the Silence,

the acceptance of just

being in the yearning;

and that,

that is enough.

~ Sam Baker

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