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Buddhistisches Klein-Tibet (Wandkalender 2021 D...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: Buddhistisches Klein-T A4 quer, Titelzusatz: Der Buddhismus in Ladakh ist allgegenwärtig und wird nicht nur in den Klöstern gelebt. (Monatskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Barbara Esser, Größe: DIN A4, Gewicht: 235 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2020, Kalenderjahr: 2021, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Nordindien // Klein-Tibet // Himalaya // Weltreligion // Kloster // Mönch // Buddha // Manistein // Leh // Stupa // Puja, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Buddhistisches Klein-Tibet (Wandkalender 2021 D...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: Buddhistisches Klein-T A3 quer, Titelzusatz: Der Buddhismus in Ladakh ist allgegenwärtig und wird nicht nur in den Klöstern gelebt. (Monatskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Barbara Esser, Größe: DIN A3, Gewicht: 463 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2020, Kalenderjahr: 2021, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Nordindien // Klein-Tibet // Himalaya // Weltreligion // Kloster // Mönch // Buddha // Manistein // Leh // Stupa // Puja, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Buddhistisches Klein-Tibet (Wandkalender 2021 D...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: Buddhistisches Klein-T A2 quer, Titelzusatz: Der Buddhismus in Ladakh ist allgegenwärtig und wird nicht nur in den Klöstern gelebt. (Monatskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Barbara Esser, Größe: DIN A2, Gewicht: 890 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2020, Kalenderjahr: 2021, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Nordindien // Klein-Tibet // Himalaya // Weltreligion // Kloster // Mönch // Buddha // Manistein // Leh // Stupa // Puja, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Wandkalender Buddhistisches Klein-Tibet (Tischk...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: Buddhistisches Klein-T A5 quer, Titelzusatz: Der Buddhismus in Ladakh ist allgegenwärtig und wird nicht nur in den Klöstern gelebt. (Monatskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Barbara Esser, Größe: DIN A5, Gewicht: 130 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2020, Kalenderjahr: 2021, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Nordindien // Klein-Tibet // Himalaya // Weltreligion // Kloster // Mönch // Buddha // Manistein // Leh // Stupa // Puja, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Eat the Buddha (MP3-Download)
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In 1950, China claimed sovereignty over Tibet, leading to decades of unrest and resistance, defining the country today. In Eat the Buddha, Barbara Demick chronicles the Tibetan tragedy from Ngaba, a defiant town on the eastern edge of the Tibetan plateau where dozens of Tibetans have shocked the world since 2009 by immolating themselves. Following the stories of the last princess of the region, of Tibetans who experienced the struggle sessions of Mao's Cultural Revolution, of the recent generations of monks and townsfolk experiencing renewed repression, Demick paints a riveting portrait of recent Tibetan history, opening a window onto Tibetan life today, and onto the challenges Tibetans face while locked in a struggle for identity against one of the most powerful countries in the world.

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Eat the Buddha (MP3-Download)
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In 1950, China claimed sovereignty over Tibet, leading to decades of unrest and resistance, defining the country today. In Eat the Buddha, Barbara Demick chronicles the Tibetan tragedy from Ngaba, a defiant town on the eastern edge of the Tibetan plateau where dozens of Tibetans have shocked the world since 2009 by immolating themselves. Following the stories of the last princess of the region, of Tibetans who experienced the struggle sessions of Mao's Cultural Revolution, of the recent generations of monks and townsfolk experiencing renewed repression, Demick paints a riveting portrait of recent Tibetan history, opening a window onto Tibetan life today, and onto the challenges Tibetans face while locked in a struggle for identity against one of the most powerful countries in the world.

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Buddha Meditation für Liebe & Mitgefühl: Emotio...
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Metta-Meditation ist eine alte buddhistische Meditationstechnik, in der es darum geht, eine Einstellung liebevollen Mitgefühls für alle Wesen zu entwickeln. Mitgefühl ist die Quelle von innerem Frieden, von Freude und gesundem Selbstbewusstsein. Diese Meditation hat die Kraft, Ihr Leben zu verändern. Sie hilft, wahres Glück aus sich selbst heraus zu erzeugen und echtes Mitgefühl für andere zu entwickeln. Der Schlüssel zum Glück liegt nicht im Besitz, sondern im Geben. Es schenkt uns tiefe Erfüllung und innere Zufriedenheit.Gerne möchten wir von Vivaflow Media etwas von unserem Glück weitergeben. Als Verlag möchten wir Gutes tun und Menschen helfen, deshalb unterstützen wir gemeinnützige Projekte mit einem Teil der Erlöse dieses Audiobooks. Auch Sie können mit kleinen Gesten Großes bewegen, denn Glück mit anderen zu teilen, macht glücklich. Durch die spezielle neurologische Hintergrundmusik Vivaflow Brainwaves werden ihre Gehirnwellen ganz natürlich stimuliert. Ihr Innerstes wird berührt und Sie gleiten besonders leicht und sicher in hilfreiche Bewusstseinszustände. Wir von Vivaflow Media arbeiten voller Leidenschaft, um Ihnen mit unseren Audioanwendungen zu einem neuen Lebensgefühl zu verhelfen. Jede Anwendung ist ein harmonisches Zusammenspiel von inspirierenden Texten, bewegenden Stimmen und sanft stimulierender Begleitmusik. Unser Ziel ist es, Ihnen ein besonderes Hörerlebnis zu ermöglichen. Hinweis: Schwangere und Epileptiker sollen dieses Hörbuch bitte nicht anhören. Bei schweren psychischen Erkrankungen sollte die Anwendung nur in Abstimmung mit dem Arzt oder Therapeuten erfolgen. Intro, Buddha Meditation, Buddha Meditation Pure Music. 1. Sprache: Deutsch. Erzähler: Carmen Molinar, Barbara Gassner. Hörprobe: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hyre/000035/bk_hyre_000035_sample.mp3. Digitales Hörbuch im AAX Format.

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Eat the Buddha
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A gripping portrait of modern Tibet told through the lives of its people, from the bestselling author of Nothing to Envy. "You simply cannot understand China without reading Barbara Demick on Tibet."-Evan Osnos, author of Age of Ambition Just as she did with North Korea, award-winning journalist Barbara Demick explores one of the most hidden corners of the world. She tells the story of a Tibetan town perched eleven thousand feet above sea level that is one of the most difficult places in all of China for foreigners to visit. Ngaba was one of the first places where the Tibetans and the Chinese Communists encountered one another. In the 1930s, Mao Zedong's Red Army fled into the Tibetan plateau to escape their adversaries in the Chinese Civil War. By the time the soldiers reached Ngaba, they were so hungry that they looted monasteries and ate religious statues made of flour and butter-to Tibetans, it was as if they were eating the Buddha. Their experiences would make Ngaba one of the engines of Tibetan resistance for decades to come, culminating in shocking acts of self-immolation. Eat the Buddha spans decades of modern Tibetan and Chinese history, as told through the private lives of Demick's subjects, among them a princess whose family is wiped out during the Cultural Revolution, a young Tibetan nomad who becomes radicalized in the storied monastery of Kirti, an upwardly mobile entrepreneur who falls in love with a Chinese woman, a poet and intellectual who risks everything to voice his resistance, and a Tibetan schoolgirl forced to choose at an early age between her family and the elusive lure of Chinese money. All of them face the same dilemma: Do they resist the Chinese, or do they join them? Do they adhere to Buddhist teachings of compassion and nonviolence, or do they fight? Illuminating a culture that has long been romanticized by Westerners as deeply spiritual and peaceful, Demick reveals what it is really like to be a Tibetan in the twenty-first century, trying to preserve one's culture, faith, and language against the depredations of a seemingly unstoppable, technologically all-seeing superpower. Her depiction is nuanced, unvarnished, and at times shocking.

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Eat the Buddha (eBook, ePUB)
8,99 € *
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A gripping portrait of modern Tibet told through the lives of its people, from the bestselling author of Nothing to Envy. "You simply cannot understand China without reading Barbara Demick on Tibet."-Evan Osnos, author of Age of Ambition Just as she did with North Korea, award-winning journalist Barbara Demick explores one of the most hidden corners of the world. She tells the story of a Tibetan town perched eleven thousand feet above sea level that is one of the most difficult places in all of China for foreigners to visit. Ngaba was one of the first places where the Tibetans and the Chinese Communists encountered one another. In the 1930s, Mao Zedong's Red Army fled into the Tibetan plateau to escape their adversaries in the Chinese Civil War. By the time the soldiers reached Ngaba, they were so hungry that they looted monasteries and ate religious statues made of flour and butter-to Tibetans, it was as if they were eating the Buddha. Their experiences would make Ngaba one of the engines of Tibetan resistance for decades to come, culminating in shocking acts of self-immolation. Eat the Buddha spans decades of modern Tibetan and Chinese history, as told through the private lives of Demick's subjects, among them a princess whose family is wiped out during the Cultural Revolution, a young Tibetan nomad who becomes radicalized in the storied monastery of Kirti, an upwardly mobile entrepreneur who falls in love with a Chinese woman, a poet and intellectual who risks everything to voice his resistance, and a Tibetan schoolgirl forced to choose at an early age between her family and the elusive lure of Chinese money. All of them face the same dilemma: Do they resist the Chinese, or do they join them? Do they adhere to Buddhist teachings of compassion and nonviolence, or do they fight? Illuminating a culture that has long been romanticized by Westerners as deeply spiritual and peaceful, Demick reveals what it is really like to be a Tibetan in the twenty-first century, trying to preserve one's culture, faith, and language against the depredations of a seemingly unstoppable, technologically all-seeing superpower. Her depiction is nuanced, unvarnished, and at times shocking.

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Stand: 10.08.2020
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