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Barry ‘Baz’ Morris is a writer, mindfulness teacher, and is the author of three books including, The Practical Buddhist: Buddhism Without the Robes & Ritual. At Zen-Journal.com he writes about how to eliminate suffering via the three active-practices consisting of meditation, mindfulness, and compassionate-kindness. He also coaches individuals seeking to implement mindfulness practice into their work life and facilitates on-site corporate workshops for support personnel working under Type A personalities.
The Practical Buddhist is for anyone searching for a more meaningful way of living and a clearer understanding of what it means to practice Buddhism without robes, ceremony, or ritual. My third book, it is tempered by over fifty years of inquiry, study, and direct experience. In this book, I write about the role religion plays in my life, society, and clearly explain what’s behind Practical Buddhism. Written to explain a simpler, more accessible practice of Buddhism apart from the ceremonies and rituals, the narrative also touches on a personally revealing spiritual journey woven between dramatic life events that ultimately led me to a life of meaning and fulfillment. Though I am an a-theist, this not a book that attacks religion nor does it level scorn at those who find comfort and personal meaning within it. Instead, it provides an honest account of my own experiences while gently encouraging others to embrace the spirit and practice of inquiry. Though I hold no beliefs, I am convinced that It is only though self-examination that we can truly know our own heart and find ultimate truth. Download the PDF – $6.99