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Mal, April 7, 2008 in Group Studies
Absolutely agree with you! if you need practical instruction on this topic .. read
25 doors to meditation by bill bodri
or wait till I will finish with it and loan it to you later..
I also have this book. It seemed to get good reviews at Amazon.
Problem is that it's all over the place ! Zen , Pureland and other Buddhist scriptures,as well as
Taoism & Confusionism.(sp.)
Mixing all different paths , too much confusion .
Mal -- talk about "commodity fetish"! haha.
"I don't like" -- who cares! haha.
I had to couple "working towards enlightenment" with REALIZING ENLIGHTENMENT -- part two of the same lecture series.
Plus I had to read each book THREE TIMES before I understood the basic concepts.
You're not SUPPOSED to understand it at first -- that's why it's called LEARNING.
You're not in a Mall dude. haha.
This is your brain on enlightenment.
yup, its definitely a read, re-read book. the insights are invaluable though a lot of it I have had to read, re-read, ponder, read again...
Actually it's still in my active book pile Every now and then I can understand a bit more, it's just a very different book than what I expected.
it's just a very different book than what I expected.
good metaphor for enlightenment right there