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5.0 out of 5 stars Know Your Mind, 7 Jun. 2007
This review is from: Know Your Mind: Psychological Dimension of Ethics in Buddhism (Paperback)
This is a very good book about the understanding of mind in Buddhism. It goes very well into the Abhidhamma list of the 51 mental events, giving oneself a deep understanding of ones perception, how it is perceiving, the perceived and how in this way ones perception is tainted or veiled.

With this as a basic which is a very expansive read the text goes further in the ethical dimensions of the mind and its functions/reactions and creative ways of dealing, offering a perspective and a path to shift and change ones perception and actions. Exploring positive and negative mental events, naming them in order to bring that change about.

When I first read this book I realised that it had explanations that I had been looking for for a long time. Since then I read and studied it many times, often getting back to it as well as my notes I made from exploring it.

This book is not just for reading but to inspire the transforming practice of the Buddha Dharma.

Highly recommended.
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Know Your Mind: Psychological Dimension of Ethics in Buddhism by Sangharakshita (Paperback - 9 Oct. 1998)
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