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By B. Alan Wallace

for hundreds of years, Tibetan Buddhist contemplatives have without delay explored attention via conscientiously honed and rigorous innovations of meditation. B. Alan Wallace explains the equipment and stories of Tibetan practitioners and compares those with investigations of awareness through Western scientists and philosophers. Balancing the Mind features a translation of the vintage dialogue of equipment for constructing tremendously excessive levels of attentional balance and readability through fifteenth-century Tibetan contemplative Tsongkhapa.

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