Meeting the Great Bliss Queen: Buddhists, Feminists, and the Art of the Self (Google eBook)

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Snow Lion Publications, 2001 - Buddhism - 307 pages
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Meeting the Great Bliss Queen: Buddhists, feminists, and the art of the self

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The paradox of identity-self with others-is examined by a Buddhist feminist and author who has studied under Tibetan lamas. After joining a women's studies program at Harvard Divinity School in 1982 ... Read full review

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I read this entire book in spite of the fact that all I was really interested in were chapters six and seven. The book was not what I expected, but I still managed to find a pearl of information here and there. Read full review

Contents

Introduction Opening the Conversation and Meeting the Great Bliss Queen
3
Persons Then and Now Here and There
25
Practice and Theory
59
Mindfulness and Subjectivity
61
Gain or Drain? Compassion and the SelfOther Boundary
89
Self One Exists the Other Doesnt
123
Women and the Great Bliss Queen
147
Nondualism and the Great Bliss Queen
149
Becoming the Great Bliss Queen Her Ritual
170
Inconclusion
195
Notes
207
Glossary
277
Bibliography
283
Index
303
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