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Mother of the Buddhas: Meditations on the Prajnaparamita Sutra

by Lex Hixon

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Not so much a translation as an encounter. Very well done. ( )
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Lex Hixon's "contemplative expansion" of forty passages from the Prajnaparamita Sutra, the basic scripture of all schools of Mahayana Buddhism, yields a text of devotional beauty that is at once dramatic and uplifting. The text sets forth the Bodhisattva path to enlightenment. Features a foreword by renowned American Buddhist scholar Dr. Robert A. Thurman.

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