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READ ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ë Traleg Kyabgon For many centuries Indian and Tibetan of Lojong PDF #202 Buddhists have employed this collection of pithy penetrating Dharma slogans to develop compassion euanimity lovingkindness and joy for others Known as the lojong or mind training teachings these slo. I read Traleg Kyabgon's commentary along with my reading of the actual root text in translation by Ken Wilbur I love Kyabgon's approach direct clear and fully cognizant of the modern Western life style Yet Kyabgon does not depart from the intentions of the root teaching He is adamant about our taking it as it was intended Every age is one of difficulties surrounded by Samsara and the mind training here is what is necessary for us to cultivate Bothichitta for the sake of others

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The Practice of Lojong Cultivating Compassion through Training the MindVer twenty years The Practice PDFEPUBhis approach is uniuely insightful into the ways that the slogans could be misunderstood or misinterpreted within our culture Here he presents a refreshing and clarifying view which seeks to correct points of confusion. This is a wonderful book for both novices and experts Kyabgon does a great job of explaining Buddhist concepts that are notoriously difficult to translate For me his explanation of nihilism vs emptiness was illuminating This is a book to treasure