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Mind in Tibetan Buddhism
By: Lati Rinbochay

Mind in Tibetan Buddhism <br> By: Lati Rinbochay

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Author: Lati Rinbochay
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780937938027
Publication Date: 1981

Product Code: 5639

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Buddhist practioners in the great Tibetan monasteries of Lhasa, seeking to purify their minds and develop the correct understanding necessary for final enlightenment, began their formal inqiury into mind and consciousness by studying 'The Presentation of Awareness and Knowledge". This important text identifies the different types of minds and consciousnesses their divisions and definitions. It presents the vocabulary connected with the mind and is a means of training the student in the process of reasoning-an endeavour integrally linked with all steps of the Ge-luk-ba ge-shay training. Lati Rinbochay provides rich and extensive comrnentary from the oral tradition. His lucid presentation vividly reveals the penetrating instructional methods that Tibetans use in their quest for higher knowledge.
In her introduction, Elizabeth Napper explains the context of this work within the Indian and Tibetan traditions and outlines the principal divisions of consciousness and mind.

Mind In Tibetan Buddhism, Lati Rinbochay, Snow Lion Publications, 1981, 172 Pages, $24.95

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