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Opening the Mind's Eye: Clarity and Spaciousness in Buddhist Practice

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Many of us view the world through a murky filter, unaware that a glimpse through the lens of the Dharma removes the cloudiness, revealing brilliance, clarity, and indescribable joy. Venerable Master Hsing Yun has dedicated his life to helping innumerable people put on "Dharma glasses" and look at their precious lives through new eyeseyes that see the true nature of the uni ...more
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Published November 1st 2005 by Lantern Books
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Hsing Yun (Chinese: 星雲大師; pinyin: Xīngyún Dàshī; born August 30, 1927) is a Chinese Buddhist monk and the founder founder of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order and the affiliated Buddha's Light International Association, one of the largest international Buddhist organizations in Taiwan and in the Buddhist world. Hsing Yun is a forty-eighth generation lineage holder of the Linji Chan (Rinzai Zen) sch ...more
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