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Lama Surya Das

Lama Surya Das is one of the most learned and highly trained American-born lamas in the Tibetan Dzogchen tradition. For over 30 years, he has studied with the great spiritual masters of Tibet, India, and Asia. Born Jeffrey Allen Miller, he left home for college in the 1960s;...

Customer Reviews for Buddha Is As Buddha Does

By maggie b
Date Added: Tuesday 1 January 2013
I love this man's wonderful expressive clarity. This is the most informative, concise and encouraging work I have encountered about the everyday step by step work it takes along the way in seeking to live the life of a Bodhisattva.
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By maggie b
Date Added: Tuesday 1 January 2013
I love this man's wonderful expressive clarity. This is the most informative, concise and encouraging work I have encountered about the everyday step by step work it takes along the way in seeking to live the life of a Bodhisattva.
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By Mary Kindelberger
Date Added: Sunday 8 July 2012
Very practical and uplifting resource.
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By Linda Reneau
Date Added: Thursday 28 June 2012
Delightful is all I can say. Fun to sit in my zero gravity chair, put on a CD, look into the tree out the window and listen. Basic, but we really need to come back to the basics from time to time, especially if we're doing other serious work. Refreshing.
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By John Fritts
Date Added: Wednesday 6 January 2010
I have practiced Buddhism for 30 years. If you want a text that gets straight to the point and provides easy to understand basics buy this audio book. Lama Surya Das's voice will easy your mind and show to the way.
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By Wayne Owens
Date Added: Wednesday 4 July 2012
A wonderful CD. Just what I hoped it would be. Lama Surya Das has a very comprehensible way of articulating the dharma. Recommended. Thank you, Sounds True.
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By Edith Lazenby
Date Added: Friday 29 April 2011
I was not impressed. What little I could tolerate seemed preachy and, if one wanted to feel good about being a buddhist because of the Paramitas then this might resonate.
I like to learn. Many folk on the planet practice these same principles, though they may not call themselves buddhist. I learned nothing new, except like many groups, and don't know why I thought buddhism would be exempt, it seemed a way to feel superior or better than, due to the principles that are a part of buddhism.
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