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Untangling Self : A Buddhist Investigation of Who We Really Are (Paperback) (Andrew Olendzki)
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Plumb the depths of Buddhist experiential psychology as applied to everyday life.Drawing on Buddhist wisdom with clear eyes, Andrew Olendzki’s Untangling Self gives careful thought to what it is we are making of Buddhism today. In essays that equally probe traditional Buddhist thought and contemporary issues, this eye-opening book helps us to better see both the Buddha and ourselves. Olendzki’s writing is sophisticated and engaged, filled with memorable imagery and insight drawn from decades of study, reflection, and meditation on Buddhist teachings. Seasoned Buddhist readers and anyone interested in the intellectual heart of Buddhism will find this collection of fascinating essays rewarding. Untangling Self inspires us to see nonself, interdependence, and mindfulness as rational, real-world answers to the human condition.
Number of Pages: 144
Genre: Religion + Beliefs
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Author: Andrew Olendzki
Street Date: December 13, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-30-4265
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