Skillful Means: Patterns for Success

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Dharma Publishing, 1991 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 158 pages
It's not work- it's your life! In Skillful Means, Tibetan Buddhist teacher Tarthang Tulku offers a vision of work as a genuine and fulfilling spiritual path, one that can be walked by anyone and integrated deeply into daily life. Beginning with the invitation to discover inner freedom, the text is filled with practical methods for developing awareness, opening to change and sharing our life and insights with others. Twenty four exercises help us see the attitudes we bring to work, and to encourage appreciation, concentration, and whole-hearted engagement.

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Tarthang Tulku, Rinpoche is Tibetan lama born in Golok, in Eastern Tibet. He left Tibet for exile in India in 1958. While a refugee in India Rinpoche taught at Sanskrit University, Benares, and began reprinting endangered Tibetan texts. In 1968 he moved to the United States where he has lived and worked ever since. Rinpoche has founded more than 20 organizations, preserving and promoting Buddhist wisdom both in Asia and in the West. Tarthang Tulku is the author of more than two dozen books, including Gesture of Balance; Time, Space, and Knowledge- A New Vision of Reality; Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga; Skillful Means, Revelations of Mind, and Caring.

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