Sarah Shaw

Dr. Sarah Shaw is a faculty member and lecturer at the University of Oxford. She has taught and published numerous works on the history and practices of Buddhism, including An Introduction to Buddhist Meditation and The Spirit of Meditation.

Sarah Shaw

Dr. Sarah Shaw is a faculty member and lecturer at the University of Oxford. She has taught and published numerous works on the history and practices of Buddhism, including An Introduction to Buddhist Meditation and The Spirit of Meditation.

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Theravada Buddhism: A Guide for Readers

Theravada: A Reader's Guide Learn More Traditional Theravada Buddhism is the set of traditions and practices that form the basis of most of the Buddhism in Southeast Asia. We have many books that uncover the richness of this tradition, and are...
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The Art Of Listening: Chanting and Meditation

Shambhala Publications · The Art Of Listening: Chanting and Meditation Listening to Buddhists suttas and chants is considered a form of meditation practice called bhāvanā (translated as: practice, making to become) and it helps to cultivate the qualities we need for meditation...
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Mindfulness Breathing Exercise with Dr. Sarah Shaw

Shambhala Publications · Mindfulness Breathing Exercise with Dr. Sarah Shaw Find a moment of stillness with Dr. Sarah Shaw, author of Mindfulness: Where It Comes From and What It Means.   In this audio recording, she guides listeners through a shamatha breathing mindfulness...
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