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How to see yourself as you really are

Author: Dalai Lama XIV ; Hopkins, Jeffrey, translationPublisher: Atria Books, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 274 p. ; 19 cm.ISBN: 9780743290463Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Book Europe Campus
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Print BQ100 .D35 2007
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How to See Yourself As You Really Are Contents Foreword ix Introduction: My Perspective 1 PART I: THE NEED FOR INSIGHT 25 1. Laying the Ground for Insight to Grow 27 2. Discovering the Source of Problems 32 3. Why Understanding the Truth Is Needed 39 PART II: HOW TO UNDERMINE IGNORANCE 47 4. Feeling the Impact of Interrelatedness 49 5. Appreciating the Reasoning of Dependent-Arising 60 6. Seeing the Interdependence of Phenomena 67 7. Valuing Dependent-Arising and Emptiness 74 PART III: HARNESSING THE POWER OF CONCENTRATION AND INSIGHT 85 8. Focusing Your Mind 87 9. Tuning Your Mind for Meditation 103 PART IV: HOW TO END SELF-DECEPTION 121 10. Meditating on Yourself First 123 11. Realizing That You Do Not Exist in and of Yourself 126 12. Determining the Choices 137 13. Analyzing Oneness 140 14 Analyzing Difference 145 15. Coming to a Conclusion 148 16. Testing Your Realization 156 17. Extending This Insight to What You Own 164 18. Balancing Calm and Insight 167 PART V: HOW PERSONS AND THINGS ACTUALLY EXIST 173 19. Viewing Yourself As Like an Illusion 175 20. Noticing How Everything Depends on Thought 185 PART VI: DEEPENING LOVE WITH INSIGHT 199 21. Feeling Empathy 201 22. Reflecting on Impermanence 209 23. Absorbing Yourself in Ultimate Love 223 Appendix: Reviewing the Meditative Reflections 237 Selected Readings 273

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