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Karl Brunnholzl
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Straight from the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions

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A treasure trove of inspired Buddhist works, selected from teachings representative of the vast tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
ebook, 460 pages
Published June 25th 2007 by Snow Lion Publications (first published May 11th 2007)
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Yontan Gyatso
Karl B's translations are excellent. This book is full of pithy instructions and stories. My main reason for getting it was for the translation of Janggya Rolpa'i Dorje's Song on the View, and Mipham's commentary. Mipham sets out his view via this small song by a Geluk, and does it concisely and clearly. Might be a bit more meaningful to those who've read Mipham's Beacon and Speech of Delight, where he covers much of the same ground more thoroughly.
Also of note in this book are a short instructi...more
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