Perceiving ordinary magic: science and intuitive wisdom

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New Science Library, Nov 1, 1984 - Philosophy - 323 pages
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This book offers penetrating insight into the nature and process of perception through a skillful interweaving of the concepts of the new physics, evolutionary biology, and cognitive psychology with the profound insights of meditative traditions. We are shown how we may go beyond the harsh and narrow limits of beliefs and habitual patterns of thought and behavior to awaken fresh perception that is fearless and compassionate, experiencing the sacredness of the ordinary world.

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Contents

Unconditioned Goodness
5
Three Natures and Insight
21
Language as Metaphor
35
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