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The Path to Awakening: A Commentary on Ja Chekawa Yeshe Dorje's Seven…

by Shamar Rinpoche

Other authors: Lara Braitstein (Translator)

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In The path to awakening, Shamar Rinpoche gives his own detailed commentary on Yeshé Dorjé's Seven points of mind training, a text that has been used as a basis for transformative practice in Tibetan buddhism for close to a thousand years. Mind training is a comprehensive practice that is suitable for all types of students. It contains the entire path and does not depend on a person's background. Mind training nurses and cultivates the Buddha nature,that pure seed of awakening that is at the very heart of every sentient being.… (more)

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