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April 06, 2012

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Patti Roselius

Thank you, Sidney, so much for this posting. I was fortunate enough to come across this book early on and it made a very strong impact on my practice. His legacy is priceless, no matter what. Thanks for your confirmation.

Jenifer Kaneer

Thank you for the info, Sidney, I look forward to reading this. Jenifer K

Sean Fournier

I agree. Trungpa's teachings are amazing. He hits the complex and subtle issues of the Buddhist practice in a way that pushes us to go deeper. But at the same his teachings suggest that we lighten up on ourselves (and others). His teachings stengthen our resolve to trust our own innate capabilities (that lay within ourselves) to see life as it is, to change our perspective, and to play our part in actively creating a more peaceful and sane world. Although challenging to read sometimes, Trunpa is one of the most inspirational teachers I have been exposed to and all his books are quite wonderful to read.

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