TABLE OF CONTENTS
Ask the One Who Knows, Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi
What does this fully capable person see, feel, and experience?
Look Again, and Again, Suzanne Taikyo Gilman
Right View Comes First,
Why Do Beings Live in Hate? The Buddha
Two of the Buddha’s early teachings on the first aspect of the Noble Eightfold Path.
Taking the Leap, Pema Chodron
Open up awareness and let go of fixed positions—and this is just the start.
Open Letter, Beth Loffreda
What does it mean to see the world from a “white” point of view?
Towards a Science of Consciousness, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
New understandings of mind and transformation in the Buddha’s early discoveries.
Nothing Personal, James Baldwin
When love fills the universe, distant places become your own home.
View, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
The ultimate view is natural, unspectacular, and very close by—and we rarely notice.
The Perception of Sages, Zen Master Xiantang
The Reality of Mind, Zen Master Hsuan-Sha
Buddha Flowers, Leaves, Roots and Dusts, Zen Master Hongzhi
Early Ch’an teachings point directly with wisdom and compassion.
Ma-Tsu’s White and Black, Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei
The awakened life is living in your own heart and mind, but how will you know?
Sangha Reflections: On View
Mountains and Rivers Order
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