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Fundamentals of the Middle Way. Selection of about 182 Verses from Text of Nagarjuna, 2nd century Buddhist Sage

FUNDAMENTALS OF THE MIDDLE WAY
(Mulamadhyamaka-Karika). Written by Nagarjuna, the second century Buddhist sage of India. The Buddhist tradition often regards Nagarjuna as the finest in-depth commentator on the Buddha’s teachings on causes/conditions, emptiness and liberation. The verses serve as a reflection and meditation. The text begins with appreciation to the Buddha. Continue reading 



CUT-TO-THE-BONE TEACHING. A 2nd Century Text. Remember 10 words as Steps to Transform Your Experience.

Fundamentals of the Middle Way (Mulamadhyamaka-Karika), a 2nd Century text with 450 verses, offers a remarkable teaching. Continue reading 



Beyond Tranquility. By Charles Genoud. A Book Review

This is a book review of the latest book of Charles Genoud, an international Dharma teacher, who lives in Geneva, Switzerland. Continue reading 




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