Author: B. Alan Wallace
Translator: Hak-gu Hwang
Hardcover | 348 pages | 223*152mm
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About This Book
In this society with its hurly-burly pace demanding of our time, it is ever so easy to let life slip by. The process of simply existing is not necessarily meaningful. And yet, there is an unlimited potential for meaning and value in this human existence. The Seven-Point Mind Training is one eminently practical way of tapping into that meaning.
The central theme of The Seven-Point Mind Training is to make the liberating passage from the constricting solitude of self-centeredness to the warm kinship with others which occurs with the cultivation of cherishing others even more than oneself.
This mind training technique is especially well-suited for an active life. It does not require that we withdraw into seclusion, but that we re-examine all of our relationships ? to family, friends, enemies, and strangers -- and gradually transform our responses to whatever life throws our way.
B. Alan Wallace trained for many years as a monk in Buddhist monasteries in India and Switzerland. He has taught Buddhist theory and practice in Europe and America since 1976 and has served as interpreter for numerous Tibetan scholars and contemplatives, including H.H. the Dalai Lama. He has published many books on Tibetan Buddhism, including Buddhism with an Attitude and The Four Immeasurables and currently lives in Santa Barbara, CA.
"Alan Wallace is one of the great Western Buddhist thinkers of our day." --Howard Cutler, co-author with H.H. the Dalai Lama of The Art of Happiness at Work
"A book that will enhance and deepen your spiritual life and empower you to make positive changes." --East and West Series
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