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Pure Land in a Nutshell
1) Buddha Recitation and the Mind
2) Watch the Mouth during Buddha Recitation
3) Regulating the Body during Buddha Recitation
4) Buddha Recitation with a Rosary
6) Buddha Recitation in a Low Voice
7) Diamond Recitation
8) Silent recitation
9) Regulating the Breath
10) Reciting in Accordance with Individual Circum- stances
11) Buddha recitation Can Be Practiced Anywhere
12) Fixed Periods of Buddha Recitation
13) Facing an Image or not, during Buddha Recitation
14) Buddha Recitation While Otherwise Occupied
15) Buddha Recitation During Periods of Leisure
16) Practicing Buddha Recitation When Rich and Renowned
17) The Poor Should Also Recite the Buddha’s Name
18) Pure Buddha Recitation
19) True and Earnest Buddha Recitation
20) Reciting the Buddha’s Name When Happy
21) Vow to Recite the Buddha’s Name
22) Recite the Buddha’s Name to Overcome Animosities
23) When Ashamed, Recite the Buddha’s Name
25) Buddha Recitation and Offerings
26) Reciting the Buddha’s Name to Repay your Filial Debts
27) Practicing Charity through Buddha Recitation
28) Self-Nature Recitation, Self-Nature Listening
29) Recitation within Recitation
30) Recitation in the Light of the Self-Mind
31) Recitation in the Nature of the Self-Mind
32) Uninterrupted Recitation
33) Recitation without Sundry Thoughts
34) Uninterrupted Recitation
35) Zen is Buddha Recitation
36) Precepts are Buddha
37) Sutras are Buddha
38) Not Reciting is Reciting
39) Reciting but not Reciting
40) Reciting the Buddha’s Name in Isolation
41) Organizing a Buddha Recitation Retreat
42) Group Recitation
43) Recitation for the Purpose of Helping Others
44) Buddha Recitation in Time of Calamity
45) Buddha Recitation in Dreams
46) Buddha Recitation in Times of Illness
47) Buddha recitation at the Time of Death
48) Vows, Repentance and Buddha Recitation
The Bodhi Mind
Introduction to Pure Land Buddhism
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Shivananda Saraswati
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