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  In Praise of Dharmadhatu
By: Nagarjuna & Third Karmapa




 
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Author: Nagarjuna & Third Karmapa
Translator: Karl Brunnholzl
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781559392860
Publication Date: 2008

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This book is primarily about buddha nature--called dharmadhatu here--the potential in all living beings to awaken to their mind's primordial true nature, thus freeing themselves and others from suffering. The great Buddhist master Na-ga-rjuna shows how buddha nature exists in all beings, is temporarily obscured, and can be revealed in its full bloom. The emphasis is on the actual experience of mind's vivid wakefulness.

The themes of this text are brought to a deeper level by the inclusion of a translation of its earliest, most extensive commentary by the Third Karmapa, Rangjung Dorje (1284-1339). His distinct positions on buddha nature and the transformation of consciousness into enlightened wisdom also serve as the fundamental view for the entire vajrayana as understood and practiced in the Kagyu tradition to the present day.

In Praise of Dharmadhatu, Nagarjuna & Third Karmapa, Snow Lion Publications, Hardcover, 2007, 304 Pages

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