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Understanding the Mind: An Explanation of the Nature and Functions of the Mind
Author Kelsang Gyatso
Date2003.03
Pages320
PublisherTharpa Pubns
LocationLondon, England, UK [倫敦, 英格蘭, 英國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
KeywordBuddhism; Mind
AbstractA unique combination of profound philosophical exploration and practical psychology. The first part of the book
explains how Buddhist psychology is based on an understanding of the mind as a formless continuum that is related to, yet
separate from, the physical body. Through understanding the nature of mind and the process of cognition, we can attain a
lasting state of inner peace and joy that is independent of external circumstances. Part Two explains the many types of mind
and shows how we can abandon those that harm us, while increasing those that lead to joy and freedom. Throughout the book
Geshe Kelsang shows how we can apply this understanding of the mind toour daily meditation practice and everyday life.
ISBN094800679X (hc)
Hits152
Created date1998.04.28



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