This compilation of six talks by Chamgon Kenting Tai Situpa provides a clear and elegant introduction to the very essence of the Buddhist view.
His grasp of the issues and problems of modern urban life is reflected in the wide range of topics covered. He gives advice for living a meaningful and purposeful life, discusses the relationship between contentment, stress and greed, shows how to approach problems positively, demonstrates the way we create the conditions for our suffering and our happiness, and even advises on how to compassionately fire an employee.
From the practical to the theoretical, Kenting Tai Situpa also teaches clearly and precisely about the nature of mind, the relationship between relative and ultimate truth, perception and primordial wisdom in a way that makes these concepts relevant and accessible by the novice Buddhist and serious practitioner alike.
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