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By Appmagination, LLCreleased on:2010-01-09T03:35:05Z
Not so much "an eBook" as a huge library of eBooks, this might just be the best application about Buddhism on the App Store!
This is the entire offline version of John Bullitt's widely recognized and highly recommended Access to Insight (www.accesstoinsight.org) web site, a massive compilation of material about Theravada Buddhism and Buddhism in general.
Herein are contained over 1,000 *actual suttas* (skt: 'sutras') from the Tipitaka (body of Buddhist canonical texts) translated into contemporary English with scholarly rigor and precision by recognized subject domain experts. Suttas are not simply modern essays and interpretations; they are actual written discourses historically attributed to Siddhartha Gotama, the Buddha, who founded Buddhism nearly 2,500 years ago.
A massive and thorough collection of essays by world-renound monks and scholars on the subjects of Buddhist philosophy, meditation, and practice is also included.
This is high quality material that is suitable reading for personal interest or academic study. Much of the material has also been published in printed form.
To aid the reader, indexes are available by subject, author, title, sutta title, proper name of historical figure, simile/metaphor, and even traditional numerical association.
Usability Features of the Software
The reader works much like a web browser. Double tap on the screen to hide or show the toolbar and status bar. Landscape and portrait modes are supported, as are bookmarks which save the current scroll position of the current page. This application uses Appmagination's eReadery™ SDK and new features will be added to this application as they are added to the SDK.
Network access not required!
Except for the search and audio features, network access is not required. The full text is stored locally on your iPhone OS device.
Many of the sutta translations also link to iPhone accessible online audio readings on suttareadings.net.
The size of the application is around 18MB in compressed form, and 55MB installed. That may seem large, but the content is almost purely plain text. So for the amount of information, the storage requirements are very small.
Please Leave a Review!
Please leave a rating and a review. The more people find this application helpful, the more often it will receive updates and new features.
Excerpts from "What is Access to Insight?" by site owner John T. Bullitt:
"Access to Insight is an Internet website dedicated to providing accurate, reliable, and useful information concerning the practice and study of Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down to us through both the written word of the Pali canon and the living example of the Sangha."
"The readings assembled here represent just a selection of the Buddha's teachings. These are the ones that, over the years, I've personally found to be helpful in deepening an understanding of Dhamma practice. This collection is not meant to be an exhaustive archive of Theravada Buddhist texts."
"Everything available at Access to Insight is offered in full cooperation with the authors, translators, and publishers concerned, with the clear understanding that none of it is to be sold. Please help yourself to whatever you find useful."
By Themissinglynxreleased on:2010-12-11T05:43:22Z
**SALE- Download this Buddhism news app for free, for a limited time**
Buddhism news and quotes from across the world.
A comprehensive source of Buddhism news and quotes directly to your iPod touch/iPhone. With a collection of News from various sources, live twitter updates about Buddhism, and high quality blogs, stay up to date about what's happening in the world of Buddhism, no matter where you are. Please send any comments questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Everything organized into tabs
-News items about international coverage on Buddhism.
-Easily share the news/articles via facebook/twitter/email.
We welcome your feedback & suggestions. We will do our best to incorporate all the suggestions.
Tip: You can view the full text of any news/article by clicking on the options button(top right corner) and select the view in browser option!
Note: Internet connection required for the application to update and function properly.
By FS Digitalreleased on:2009-10-30T03:14:42Z
From the iPhone Developers comes the latest iPhone app designed to capture and uplift, taking you on a journey through Buddhist quotes.
So relax as we bring you Daily Zen Enlightenment inspired by Buddhism over the ages.
Different Quotes - An inspiring Buddhist quote every day!
View Previous Quotes - See past quotes to inspire you once again!
Random Quotes - Be enlightened at the touch of a button!
Send to a Friend - Share your quote with your friends and family!
With quotes spanning through the ages, the Daily Zen Enlightenment app is sure to give the user an understanding of Buddhist values throughout time. Furthermore, the Daily Zen Enlightenment quote includes the source so you can further your Buddhist knowledge if you wish.
Enlightened users are also able to view previous quotes in order to refresh themselves with the sayings of Buddhist masters and followers.
With other features of the app including the ability to view random quotes at the touch of a button and email quotes to family and friends, the Daily Zen Enlightenment app is sure to provide you and those around you with uplifting words of wisdom.
By Dream Makersreleased on:2010-04-24T07:00:00Z
★★★ DOWNLOAD FOR FREE TODAY! ★★★
Use the profound wisdom of Buddha-in-a-Pocket to help you navigate through life's dilemmas. Live a spiritually sound life by gaining knowledge from teachings of one of the world's most remarkable men. Take Buddha-in-a-Pocket with you and simply shake to uncover powerful insights from the Buddha himself.
By The Jogye Order of Korean Buddhismreleased on:2011-01-04T10:14:23Z
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By BoluoMe Groupreleased on:2010-05-07T10:05:06Z
Tibetan Buddhism Chants Box.
By Purple Penguin.com, Inc.released on:2010-04-09T12:56:02Z
Prove to your friends that you truly know and understand the Buddhist religion.
- 5 Quizzes
- Each Quiz contains 10 mind blowing questions
- The ability to show everyone that all the years you have been practicing the Buddhist religion have not gone unrewarded.
- Expand your Buddhist knowledge further with these 50 questions
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Works on iPhone and iPod Touch OS 2.2.1 and greater.
By Lepeng Lireleased on:2010-12-03T04:14:12Z
Enrich your hearts with Buddhist Melodies...
Buddhist Meditation is the music created for or inspired by Buddhism and part of Buddhist art. Chinese Buddhist Music utilizes a rich variety of musical instruments during chants and hymns. Since these instruments are used in the propagation of Buddhist teachings, they are collectively named Dharma instruments. Instruments such as the gong, large bell (ch. qing), large drum (ch. gu), wooden fish, small cymbals, large cymbals and Chinese tambourine punctuate both Chinese folk and Buddhist Music. In modern practice, Chinese Buddhist Music is frequently accompanied by a variety of Chinese orchestral instruments, piano, or traditional European symphony orchestras.
Buddhist melodies are characterized as being strong, but not fierce; soft, but not weak; pure, but not dry; still, but not sluggish, and able to help purify the hearts of listeners. By listening it, you can enrich and reenergize your hearts, reach the most remote places and overcome the limitations of time and distance, as well as differences in cultural backgrounds and nationalities.
11 soul-stirring Buddhist melodies are included in the full version Buddhist Meditation. Only five of them are included in this FREE version.
By Michael Quachreleased on:2010-01-14T01:37:55Z
Top Quotes by Gautama Buddha!
Also known as Siddhartha Gautama, he was a spiritual teacher in the north eastern region of the Indian subcontinent who founded Buddhism. In Buddhist traditions, he is the Supreme Buddha of our age, "Buddha" meaning "awakened one" or "the enlightened one."
He wisdom will surely inspire you.
You can email these Buddha quotes!
If you have an iPhone running iOS 4.0 or later, you can also SMS these Buddha quotes!
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By Orange Tip Editionsreleased on:2009-12-08T08:00:00Z
The Buddhist Way to Deal with Business
The business world sees everyone as potential customers and uses advertisement to influence consumption behavior. In consumeristic society, human desires are transformed into human needs, and endless consumption causes harm to the genuine well-being of life, society, and environment. Buddhist teaching is not limited to the monastic life, but also applicable to all activities in life, including how to deal with business.
Excerpted from the eBook
"Businesses have used advertisement to turn many unnecessary things into necessities. They have transformed human desires into human needs; this is why we have to develop people."
"People in business should also know what real success is. Success in business or economics is not merely about satisfying the desires of people but to bring about the well-being of mankind."
Understanding the Dhamma's sublime qualities and applying the age-old virtues to modern day's problem require exceptional skills. Bikkhu P.A. Payutto is such a scholar. A Buddhist monk of Theravada tradition in Thailand, the venerable is a recipient of UNESCO's Prize for Peace Education in 1994. His extensive teachings and writings apply essential wisdom of the Dhamma to present day's problems such as world peace, politics, economics, business, education, workplace, society, health, family, love, and self-improvement.
By Maks and Pashareleased on:2010-07-20T07:00:00Z
Transform Your Life is 365 days of inspirational quotes, encouragement, and daily assignments supporting awareness practice. Few things in life help us to be awake and aware. Transform Your Life is day-in-day-out reminders to keep focused on compassionate self-acceptance, not believing the voices of conditioning.
Visithttp://www.livingcompassion.orgfor more information and to purchase the book Transform Your Life and other books by Cheri Huber.
Chosen for impact, clarity, and humor, these one-per-day quotations come from a wide variety of sources: Zen masters; Christian and Sufi mystics; Eastern and Western philosophers; poets ancient and modern; and living artists, writers, and comedians. Each entry also contains a question to prompt self-examination, making the calendar a year-long course in fending off destructive thoughts and finding inner certainty.
**** INTRODUCTION ****
"Awareness practice" is practicing living in conscious compassionate awareness rather than identifying the antics of conditioned mind as yourself. As a child, when you were being socialized, you learned to think, feel, say and do specific things relative to circumstances. "Conditioned mind" is the endless stream of habitual thoughts that go through your head as a result of being socialized. We weren't all socialized the same, obviously, but we did all learn to react to life in ways that, we believed, would ensure survival. Now, as adults, we are still reacting to life from a child's survival system - we are still surviving childhood!
Believing that "who you are" is your conditioned mind (your thoughts and reactions to life learned in childhood) is an enormous hindrance to living authentically in the moment. Awareness practice is the process of discovering those no-longer-helpful reactions, dropping them, and living free and joyously.
**** HOW TO USE THIS APP ****
Read day by day; don't read ahead.
Do each assignment in turn.
**** ENCOURAGEMENTS ****
Enroll your friends and follow Transform Your Life book as a group.
Keep a journal of awareness.
If you quit, start again.
Repeat each year.
**** ABOUT CHERI HUBER ****
Cheri Huber is a student and teacher in the Soto Zen tradition. She has devoted 30 years to helping people free themselves from suffering and enjoy the lives that are their birthright. Her gentleness, clarity, and humor support the challenging work of spiritual growth. She is the author of 17 books including There Is Nothing Wrong with You; The Depression Book (she has been acknowledged as the country's foremost expert on depression and spirituality); Time-Out For Parents; and the recently released audio-retreat, Unconditional Self-Acceptance.
Cheri founded the Mountain View Zen Center and the Zen Monastery Practice Center in California. She conducts workshops and retreats at these centers and at venues around the U.S. and internationally. She has an internet-based weekly call-in radio show, Open Air. Cheri is a member of Social Venture Network, a national organization that combines social responsibility, spirituality, and business. Cheri Huber is founder and director of Living Compassion, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing peace and compassion to all aspects of life.
**** APP FEATURES ****
- Alarm clock with sound of the bell *
- 365 pages of the book accessible by date
- Original Illustrations by Alex Mill
- Bookmark favorite pages
- Contact information to support your work
- LARGER FONT VIEW available in the horizontal orientation
- Flip to next or previous pages
- Opens book on the today's date page
- Copy and paste support
- Retina Display support
- All models of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
- Original font by June Shiver
- fix bug preventing app from start up for non-English regions
* requires iOS 4.0 or higher
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