Dakini's Warm Breath: The Feminine Principle in Tibetan

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It is not necessary to be familiar with the book to participate in the discussion. Astrophysical cosmology today is based on a fundamental assumption known as the "Cosmological Principle" that the large scale features of the universe are identical when viewed from all possible locations. The objective is to free you from your verbal mind for as long as possible. The fact is that there is no truth to seek or to confirm logically; rather what one needs to do is to discover just how much the mind continually limits itself in a condition of dualism.

Pages: 432

Publisher: Shambhala (December 10, 2002)

ISBN: 157062920X

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