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G.J. Yorke

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G. J. Yorke’s discussion of Buddhist meditation begins with a brief history of Buddhism before delving into the practice of Buddhist meditation. Yorke outlines the various methods and practices within the tradition, and explains the philosophy behind the practices in simple, easy-to-understand language. Yorke also includes in his discussion both his personal experiences as well as guidelines for would be practitioners, making this article a useful resource for those wishing either a cursory introduction to Buddhism, or more advanced practitioners looking for direction.
Buddhist MeditationYorke, G.J. Vol. 2, No. 3. ( Summer, 1968) Buddhism
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