Time, Space and Knowledge: A New Vision of Reality
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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The Presence of SpaceOpenness
The Body and Human
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