Time, Space and Knowledge: A New Vision of Reality

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Dharma Pub., 1977 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 306 pages
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Hailed for its lucid presentation, TSK blends reasoning and experiential inquiry to offer a unique path of transformation. A deeply exhilarating book, TSK gives readers a language to ask the questions that conventional training teaches us to ignore. Thirty-five exercises reunite philosophy with direct experience.

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TSK takes a direct approach to questions about the nature of reality, which allows it to be deeply philosophical without leaving the ground. That is, in fact, the point of the work; the abstractions ... Read full review

Contents

The Presence of SpaceOpenness
3
The Body and Human
21
Internal Details
23
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Tarthang Tulku is originally from Eastern Tibet. He received traditional training from the great masters of his time in the Nyingma school the oldest school of Tibetan Buddhism. He eventually completed the highest studies. Today he is recognized as one of the greatest living authorities on the Nyingma tradition.

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