Training the Mind: Book II: Allowing the Mind to Rest Naturally (Paperback)
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Mind-Training, using the mind to look at the mind, is not just for meditators anymore, but is going secular. Tibetan Buddhist methods of mind training are useful to anyone willing to learn them. Here is a series of very-short, easy-to-read, articles on training the mind, many of which can be used at any time in our busy work schedule, and not just on the cushion.
About the Author
Michael Erlewine is an Internet pioneer and well-known archivist of popular culture, founding the largest music database in world (AllMusic.com), one of the two largest movie databases (AllMovie.com), the largest Rock n' Roll concert poster database, ClassicPosters.com), an d many other sites. Erlewine has studied Buddhism since the 1950s and practiced it for last forty years, running the Heart Center for meditation instruction since the 1980s. Trained in the Karma Kagyu system of Tibetan Buddhism, Erlewine has practiced Mahamudra Meditation for 27 years under the guidance of senior Tibetan Karma Kagyu teachers.