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Buddhadharma : Fall 2005
buddhadharma| 29 |fall 2005 How would you describe Tulku Urgyen to the world at large? erik pema kunsang: Tulku urgyen, you could say, was a profound mystic and a unique kind of philosopher, one who could guide people toward a type of insight that goes beyond theory and concepts. Observing how easily and naturally he worked with oth- ers, you could deduce what Tulku urgyen himself experienced on a daily basis. Most of us would view his area of expertise – pointing out what things look like from the awakened point of view − as being very heavy and difficult. Yet, he made it extremely accessible. You practically weren’t allowed to leave the room until you agreed just how easy it was to see things from the awakened point of view. You couldn’t just nod your head in agreement, either. You actually had to experience that ease for yourself. daniel goleman is The auThor of emoTional inTelligence and desTrucTive emoTions: a scienTific dialogue wiTh The dalai lama. Tara benneTT-goleman is The auThor of emoTional alchemy: how The mind can heal The hearT. preserving a Master’s Memories erik Pema Kunsang, co-editor of Blazing Splendor: The Memoirs of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, talks with Daniel Goleman and Tara Bennett-Goleman. Tulku Urgyen (center) with his family in Sikkim. KUnGaKalSanG