By Lincoln Goines, Robby Ameen
Designed for drummers and bass avid gamers, this book/CD lays out a step by step method of combining Afro-Cuban rhythms with rock, funk and jazz.
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As time went on, more schisms appeared in Buddhism. Monks of these varying schools tended to withdraw from the lay community and lived in monasteries, losing sight of the original purpose of Buddhism: the enlightenment of all people. Theravada Buddhism, narrow and individualistic, exemplified this tendency. It was essentially a discipline undertaken by the individual for his own personal salvation; a salvation open only to those who join the monastic order. The monk was intent on accumulating meritorious karma for himself alone.
But enlightenment did not come without a struggle. Mara ( J'I , moh; J'I*f , moh loh), the evil one, the tempter, the Lord of the world of passion, was determined to defeat Gautama and prevented him from attaining enlightenment. Mara derives from Sanskrit and means 'robber of life'. The most formidable of devils, Mara personifies evil. ) With his hideous demonic hordes, he approached Gautama who seated upright, was unmoved in his meditation, supported only by the Ten Virtues he had perfected during innumerable past lives as a bodhisattva (one of whose meanings is, a Buddha-to-be) in order to attaip enlightenment.
E. , hung) influenced Chinese landscape artists, for whom all nature is to be converted to an unsubstantial plane: mountains, trees and rivers are but the creation of the mind and are subject to the laws of impermanence. In the Sung dynasty (960-1279) landscape mountains are to be seen as if floating in the distance having no real existence. In this way is illustrated the basic Mahayana doctrine of emptiness. Sculpture, of all the Arts, received the greatest impetus from the introduction of Buddhism to China during the Hon dynasty; from the Introduction 23 expansion of Buddhism during the Six Dynasties (AD 220-582) and during the Tong (618-907) period.
Afro-Cuban Grooves for Bass and Drums by Lincoln Goines, Robby Ameen