Mind in Buddhist Psychology

The subject of this book is self-knowledge. That is, until we thoroughly examine the nature of our mind, we cannot really be aware of who we are or why we are here. Just as an intoxicated man, lost in his own mind-created distortions, is unable to judge or control his actions, without an awakening into true knowledge, we can only continue to create problems for ourselves and others.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Mind in Buddhist Psychology

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