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No Self, No Problem by Thubten, Anam & Sharon Roe, ed.
No Self, No Problem: Awakening to Our True Nature
by Thubten, Anam & Sharon Roe, ed.
 
"There are many words we can use to describe what our true nature is. The simplest name in Buddhism for that is 'buddha nature.' The definition of buddha nature is that we are already enlightened. We are perfect as we are. When we realize this, we are perfect. When we do not realize this, we are also perfect."—from No Self, No Problem

This book, based on recent talks given in California, reflects Anam Thubten Rinpoche's understanding of and insight into the universal challenges of being human. Deeply trained in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, the author distills his knowledge into simple, clear words of wisdom. He avoids jargon, addressing Western thinkers who may not have any knowledge of Buddhism. His instructions cut through confusion and fixed beliefs, getting straight to the heart of our experience. With humor and ruthless honesty, he generously shares his spiritual insights.
 
Published 20130611 by Shambhala, Paperback, 144 Pages, ISBN: 9781559394048, ISBN-10: 1559394048, List Price $14.95.

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