For those of us who seek out the philosophical in Tibetan Buddhism, it is often a challenge to find material that is not written by and for Western academics. It is even more challenging to find a useful philosophical discussion that includes practice instructions.
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- A Beginner's Guide to Tibetan Buddhism: Notes from a Practitioner's Journey?
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Conversely, there are currently hundreds of practice-oriented titles on topics ranging from mind training to Tantra, few of which do any justice to the complexity of bringing Buddhist philosophy into everyday life. Furthermore, and what is perhaps more important, this text is a hands-on, no-bullshit workbook full of specific questions to use in day-to-day contemplative practice.
Measuring a Journey without Goal: Meditation, Spirituality, and Physiology
For instance, in his explication of Chittamatra philosophy, Karr incorporates various representations of George W. To a mosquito, George W.
Bush is a meal. The microorganisms that inhabit his intestines perceive him as a home. Whose version is right?
What is particularly useful about Contemplating Reality is its collection of quotes and contemplations, frequent encouragement, and guidance through philosophical issues essential to the Buddhist path. Your Account. Digital Innovation Hubs.
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A beginner's guide to Tibetan Buddhism : notes from a practitioner's journey. The Ground. Finding a Teacher.
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