The Power of an Open Question (Google eBook)

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Shambhala Publications, 2010 - Religious life
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Review: The Power of an Open Question: A Buddhist Approach to Abiding in Uncertainty

User Review  - Deborah Bowman - Goodreads

Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel's writing helps us understand life as an open question, a mystery to be explored and appreciated with an open heart. Her insight into the mind is penetrating and inviting. Read full review

Review: The Power of an Open Question: A Buddhist Approach to Abiding in Uncertainty

User Review  - Drick - Goodreads

This book begins with an interesting question: What does it mean to live life without holding on to it. Her answer was to follow certain Buddhist practices and follow the teaching of various buddhist teachers. I just didn't find this book particularly interesting. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
A Personal Koan
7
The Middle Way
13
Exploring the Nature of Self and Other
15
The Buddha and the HotDog Vendor
21
Two Means of Escape
25
Knowing Things
33
No Words for Liberation
39
With All Our Might
63
The Activity of Objectification
69
Unspoken Agreements
73
The Culture ofTruth
77
Enjoy the Feast
81
Digesting Experience
87
The Mark of NonCreating
91
The Perfect Teacher
97

The E Word
43
As Big as Our World
45
Fixing and Healing
51
Embracing Complexity
57
Beyond Blindism and Doubtism
105
To Walk by Faith
111
Bibliography
114
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