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Buddhist Wheel of Existence: the psychology of confusion and the path of liberation
The Wheel of Existence is an ancient Buddhist teaching device that illustrates the realms of confusion, samsara, as well as its causes, conditions, and mechanisms. It is said to have been created by the disciple Maudgalyayana according to the instructions of the Buddha himself, and is traditionally painted outside a Buddhist temple as a reminder of the suffering of samsara, and to arouse determination to be free. This richly illustrated Guide takes you through a detailed explanations of the six reams and 12 conditions. The authors: Jakob Leschly is educated in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and presently teaching for Byron Bay Buddhists/Siddhartha's Intent Australia. Designer Stefan Mager is involved with the Aracaria Biodynamic Farm (aracaria.com.au) project. Features:8 x A4 pages, full colour on sturdy card, protection coated both sides.