Based upon a personal and philosophic journey spanning six years, Buddha Returns details the author's realization as to the modern-day reincarnation of Siddhartha Gautama, later known as Buddha.
The book provides the answers to deep questions that confront all of us in a busy world that can at times seem spiritually empty.
"We return to this 'School of Life' many times until finally we graduate. Then everything becomes possible and suffering no longer exists."
Thus begins this unique work, which delves into the true meaning of karma, and how it reveals itself through the author's own spiritual experiences and insight.
The primary message of the book is that everything that we do, and everything that we experience, is a result of karma. In fact, all cause and effect can be better understood from this Buddhist perspective. When the individual truly understands karma and how it functions, then he or she will have a more enlightened understanding of life itself.
Nowadays, people frequently feel uncertain of their futures, and insecure in this often troubled world. But comprehension of karma and the role that it plays, can provide wisdom and solace to anyone so troubled, and seeking answers.
If you wish to learn about your personal karma, and begin to change it for the better, this book is an approachable point of departure.For more information, please visit the author’s website, http://www.buddhareturns.com/
Buddha Returns is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Borders.com, BookSurge.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author: The author of this book, who wishes to remain anonymous, notes on his Web site that his identity as a human being is not what people should focus upon -- rather, it is his message.
He believes that readers will be better able to understand karma if they give their attention to the message of the book, and not the book's creator, and his personal identity in this life. www.booksurge.com/bookstore.php3
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