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Becoming a Child of the Buddhas: a simple clarification of the root verses of seven point mind training
Gomo Tulku shows us how to look inward for the causes and cures of daily hardship and adversity.
This book contains a fresh translation of one of the best known and studied Buddhist texts, Seven Point Mind Training. In addition to the root verses there is an explanatory commentary by a beloved contemporary Tibetan master, Gomo Tulku. He provides a detailed description of how to train your mind and develop mental qualities which will help bring peace of mind in any circumstance.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gomo Tulku (1922-1985), an accomplished Buddhist master, was born in Tibet. In his last year he taught widely in Europe where he inspired many devoted students.
"Wise counsel...offers advice that is solid and substantive enough to apply to anyone engaged in a disciplined spiritual practice."
—Values and Visions
"A fresh translation and commentary of a profound Buddhist text on the 11th Century... An inspiring and uplifting work."
—East & West Series
"A new translation of one of the best known and studied Buddhist texts, Seven Point Mind Training describes how the three mental poisons of attachment, hatred, and ignorance dominate our thinking. Gomo Tulku's commentary provides many details on how to put these mind-training techniques into practice to help achieve peace of mind, and instructs readers on how to look inward for the causes and cures of daily hardship and adversity."
—Tricycle: the Buddhist Review