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Mirror of Enigmas

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 100 Nombre de pages
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Michael Dante was born in Wakefield in 1973. His poetry has appeared in many publications. His favourite subjects include human r... Lire la suite
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Michael Dante was born in Wakefield in 1973. His poetry has appeared in many publications. His favourite subjects include human rights and mysticism. He has worked with some of Wales's most innovative writers and regularly performs his work.



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This book offers a roadmap to enlightenment and is one of the most powerful book's ever written - it may well be the last self help book you ever read. Now the most infamous text in Zen has been rendered into modern English by the poet Michael Dante. This is simply the best version of Seng-ts'an's timeless Buddhist masterpiece known as the Xin Xin Ming. Dante's version remains the clearest and most beautiful ever written. Using three coloured dice and tables inside the book - the reader is invited to roll for a passage to meditate on. Each stanza provides clear maxims into the True Nature of Reality and guidance for the aspiring Master. Presented in a brand new and exciting format the reader will find 73 keys to enlightenment. Learn how to silence thought and unlock the Sage inside you. Step into the Light-beyond-the-Mind and experience the Buddha Field - the Infinite Field of Pure Intelligence, which animates all of life. This is the best of the very best versions of this classic masterpiece. This book shows you the shortcut to Self-Realisation. Look within your own 'mirror-knowledge' and discover for yourself the Great Perfection known as Instant Enlightenment. Roll the dice daily to unlock the Buddha within.

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Titre: Mirror of Enigmas
Sous-titre: Reflections from the Xin Xin Ming
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Code EAN: 9780995682108
ISBN: 0995682100
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 100
Poids: 203g
Taille: H213mm x B149mm x T12mm
Année: 2016

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