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Buddhadharma : Fall 2005
fall 2005| 86 |buddhadharma their own heart and mind. lojong can take the teachings out of the library and put them into your life. buddhadharMa: They are stored in the alaya? Ken MCLeod: The sayings become part of the way you think and the way you approach the world. i don’t think one needs to be too technical about it. This is just a matter of learning something. do it. recommended resources on mind training booKs Advice from a Spiritual Friend, by Geshe rabten and ngawang dhargyey, wisdom Publications. Enlightened Courage: An Explanation of Atisha’s Seven Point Mind Training, by dilgo Khyentse rinpoche, snow lion Publications. The Great Path of Awakening, by Jamgön Kongtrül, translated by Ken Mcleod, shambhala Publications. Mind Training: The Great Collection, translated and edited by Geshe Thupten Jinpa, wisdom Publications. Training the Mind and Cultivating Loving-Kindness, by Chögyam Trungpa rinpoche, shambhala Publications. The Seven-Point Mind Training, by B. alan wallace, snow lion Publications. Start Where You Are: A Guide to Compassionate Living, by Pema Chödrön, shambhala Publications. websites lojongmindtraining.com enables visitors to easily compare a variety of translations and commentaries and offers many other helpful learning aids. unfetteredmind.org offers a map of the sayings of the seven points of mind training and a variety of related resources. berzinarchives.com is a comprehensive collection of teachings and source texts on many topics from the Tibetan canon, which puts the lojong teachings in context. It’s Upto You The Practice of Self-Reflection on the Buddhist Path Dzigar Kongtrül Foreword by Pema Chödrön Dzigar Kongtrül offers fresh and direct Buddhist insights on how to make a genuine spiritual change by bringing honest self- reflection into one’s daily life. “Whatever the magic ingredi- ent, I’m certainly not the only one who is supported and encouraged by Kongtrül Rinpoche’s teachings.” — Pema Chödrön Shambhala Publicat ions To order call (888) 424-2329 or visit www.shambhala.com Visit our website to receive a 20% discount on this and many other books.