Dharma Publishing is proud to present Dimensions of Mind, a
new book by Tarthang Tulku that may be his most accessible work in
years. Drawing on his many years of interacting with Westerners,
Rinpoche engages a whole range of important and helpful topics, from the
4 immeasurables, to joy as the foundation of the path, to the
nonduality of subject and object:
When steam rises off the
water of a lake, the steam and the lake aren’t separate. In the same
way, the subject arises and takes on the form that it does through the
encounter with the object. . . . Each shapes the other, and each depends
on the other.
Written in the form of an extended interview, Dimensions of Mind
is very user-friendly. Reading it, you have the sense that you are
sitting in on a conversation with a friend who just happens to be the
wisest and most supportive person you’ve ever met. There are 20
exercises, from ‘Panoramic Seeing’ to ‘Building Positive Energy’ to
‘Thoughts without Ownership’.
Contents include twenty exercises to practice, along with:
Part One: Getting Started
Part Two: Making our Way on the Path
Part Three: Self-Liberation
Part Four: In the Center
303 pages. Paperback.