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    Buddha Mind

    £4.99
    Buddhism teaches that the mind can function in two ways: reactively, by habit or reflex or in a more constructive and independent manner. In this book, Sangharakshita challenges us to look at what holds us back from being truly alive to the present moment.
    ISBN: 9781899579433
    AuthorAloka
    Pub Date01/10/2001
    BindingPaperback
    Pages75
    Availability: In Stock

    Buddhism teaches that the mind can function in two ways: reactively, by habit and reflex or in a more constructive and independent manner. In this book, Sangharakshita challenges us to look at what holds us back from being truly alive to the present moment, as well as challenging us to overcome barriers of habit with energy and awareness. For over 2500 years the Buddha's teachings have helped shed light on the mystery of the human mind. Drawing on those teachings, Sangharakshita shows us how to work on our mental habits, steadily directing them towards the positive, until at last we break through - in an explosion of creative energy - into the freedom of Enlightenment.

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    Buddhism teaches that the mind can function in two ways: reactively, by habit and reflex or in a more constructive and independent manner. In this book, Sangharakshita challenges us to look at what holds us back from being truly alive to the present moment, as well as challenging us to overcome barriers of habit with energy and awareness. For over 2500 years the Buddha's teachings have helped shed light on the mystery of the human mind. Drawing on those teachings, Sangharakshita shows us how to work on our mental habits, steadily directing them towards the positive, until at last we break through - in an explosion of creative energy - into the freedom of Enlightenment.