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How to See Yourself As You Really Are [Format Kindle]

Dalai Lama

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World conflicts and cultural disintegration cry out for the Buddhist principles in this important audio, which teaches that responsibility for these problems begins with an authentic, selfless view of the world and ourselves. This latest message from The Dalai Lama reveals his trademark inclusiveness, his thoughtful approach to our diverse worries, and his keen perceptions of when conflict, disharmony, immorality, and commercialism need to be worked through. The ability to influence these issues can only be found by giving up our ignorance and our false sense of individuality. Jeffrey Hopkinss slow and tired narration creates an obstacle to appreciating the lesson. The fact that hes the translator and a preeminent Dalai Lama scholar doesnt compensate for this flaw in his performance. T.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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"A symbol of serenity, a spiritual leader second only to the Pope" (Independent)

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 405 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 292 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0743290461
  • Editeur : Ebury Digital (31 mars 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B007BLO7PU
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buddhist practice in a nutsehll 9 janvier 2007
Par Z. M. Ridgway - Publié sur
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This is a very comprehensive guide to Buddhist meditation practices. Delivered as always in the Dalai Lama's distinctive style - full of humor, joy, and gentle compassion.

The one proviso regarding this book - unlike many of the Dalai Lama's other books, this book is actually intended as a guide to practitioners of Buddhist meditation, and not as an informative source for interested non-practitions (like "The Art of Happiness).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The path to enlightenment 8 avril 2007
Par Steve Burns - Publié sur
I believe the Dalai Lama is the closest thing we have to a Buddha on earth. His writing is full of grace and enlightenment. In this book he takes on the difficult task of explaining the true condition of a human being-impermanent conditional consciousness. This topic is very difficult to explain by putting it into words. The Dalai Lama does a great job and then follows up with many exercises. Here is how I would summarize this books teachings:

We are not our body, nor even our mind. if we were we could not say my mind or my body. Then what are we? We are "like" and illusion existing through our 5 aggregates, body, thoughts, feelings, perceptions, and consciousness. No "I" can be located. The closest we can come is understanding that we are consciousness observing the present moment, all else is thought and mental formation. Who we think we really are is just a mental formation we hold in our mind of our beliefs about ourselves our religion, height, weight, name, etc. Enlightenment is simply understanding this and the nature of reality.

I hope I did some justice to this books topic, but I highly recommend reading this book to move farther down the road to enlightenment.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Number One Pick 2 mars 2007
Par bob's opinion - Publié sur
I have over 100 books on buddhism and meditation and if I had to pick my favorite this is it. To me it contains everything an aspiring buddha needs to know and practice.Especially good if you don't have access to a teacher or a spiritual center.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stunning! 28 février 2007
Par Malomi - Publié sur
Only someone with such a profound insight and deep understanding over a subject as complex as emptiness is, can expound it as clear, easy going, way as His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama... This is a wonderful book guiding the reader step by step into a precise methodology to discriminate between the way things appear to our senses and the way they actually exist... Inspiring, clarifying, amazing!!!

A book that can be enojoyed at so many levels!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 His Holiness' Guide To The Heart of Buddhism 5 février 2007
Par Edward A. Roberts - Publié sur
I agree with the earlier reviewer who said this book is intended for practicing Buddhists, but anyone interested in Advaita Vedanta, or any other practice which serves to wake one up to the true nature of reality would benefit from reading it. In Buddhism, it is suggested that all our problems spring from the misapprehension that we and everything around us are separate 'things.' This book deals directly with this issue and provides a very solid foundation for practice, which so many other books on this subject lack. If you liked Ken Wilber's "No Boundary," I think you may love this book, as it approaches the same subject from a different perspective and includes methods of practice as well.
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