The Way to Inner Peace is an understandable stress-management guide on how the time-tested techniques of 2500-year-old Buddhist psychology can be effectively used to solve our modern existential problems. Written in simple, easy-to-understand language, this practicum uses examples and analogies from contemporary life to illustrate the powerful healing effects of Buddhism.

About the Author
Kingsley Rajapakse, a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.), has been a keen explorer of Buddhism for three decades. He created The Wheel newsletter for the Buddhist Centre in Mississauga, Canada and was its Editor for four years.

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Reader reviews of the second edition...

Dr. Paul Chris, Downsview, Ontario: 
Your new book is a remarkable accomplishment, full of great truths, wonderful insights and great science. I am enjoying it very much. I have been a keen student of Buddhism for nearly ten years, having read the works of Alan Watts, Joseph Campbell, Ken Wilber, A.H. Almaas, D.T. Suzuki and dozens of other writers. Your book is up there with the best of them.

Arthur Kirkby, Secretary, The Buddhist Library, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada:
The latest edition of The Way to Inner Peace is marvellous. .... I hope it turns out to be a best seller.

Ranjit Perera, Ph.D., Orleans, Ontario, Canada:
.... one of the best books I have read on Buddhism. ..... What is so unique about your book is that you have focused so much on the "essential" aspects of Buddhism, and it is indeed a pleasure to read it.