Training the MInd: Book III: Allowing the Mind to Rest

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But in a complicated world of difficult choices, allowing for the necessity of violence in rare instances may be difficult to avoid. When Harrer first enters the country, he exhibits the behavior of an authoritative father to the Tibetans' childlike state. There are also more meditative practices that allow the meditator to experience the emptiness of phenomena in a more direct way. Instead, much of this course is devoted to frank discussion of the obstacles all meditators encounter.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 18, 2015)

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