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Transcending Ego: Distinguishing Consciousness from Wisdom (Anglais) Broché – 24 juin 2002

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Conscious Enlightenment 26 septembre 2009
Par T. F. Fendon - Publié sur
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Transcending Ego: Distinguishing Consciousness from Wisdom is truly the easiest to comprehend and the most illuminating text that I have ever read on the psychology/philosophy of consciousness.

Thrangu Rinpoche's commentary is to the point and opens up new ways of understanding Buddhist ideas/concepts that previously I have had a difficult time "getting my arms around".

Having read about the eight consciousnesses and how these are interrelated and from further understanding the relationship between Consciousness and Wisdom new and profound insights have arisen in my mind. These insights in turn have gone a long way in helping me in my quest for the attainment of Enlightenment.

I highly recommend this book for anyone on the Buddhist journey.
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A Delightful Discovery 24 août 2013
Par Book Drawn - Publié sur
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Imagine finding a book that clearly describes how we comprehend the world and does it in 48 pages, then continues on to explain how to use that knowledge to attain ultimate wisdom and does it in just as few pages more. Yes, this wonderful book succeeds in that great endeavor. It first deals with the eight conscious states taught in the traditional Madyamaka school of Mahayana Buddhism. The section ends in a very clear chart.

When Transcending Ego turns to attaining wisdom, it approaches this greater task by explaining a cornucopia of numerical lists common in Buddhism; five heaps, three sufferings, five wisdoms, three realms, and five paths to name some of them. Herein lies the books only fault as its brevity becomes a hindrance to explaining lists which for many may require a more expansive explanation. For example, the ten bodhisattva stages are frequently mentioned but their explanation is beyond the scope of this book. Speaking only for myself, more reading about and reflection on these lists will be necessary. Perhaps much can be accomplished by frequently re-reading this book in conjunction with others.

Finally, a brief comment on the footnotes and glossary: Often these are perfunctory, but not so in this text. The footnotes are not mere source references but contain many nuggets of wisdom. For example, it's the only place in the book the ten bodhisattva levels are spelled out. The glossary will serve well in all Buddhist reading.
Insightful - must read. 2 mars 2014
Par Laura - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I chose to read this to further my knowledge and proactive, and recommend it to any serious practitioner of Buddhism.
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