7 edition of The Bridge of Quiescence found in the catalog.
by Open Court Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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The Invisible Bridge opens in September as Andras Lévi leaves his brother Tibor to study abroad. Andras has a scholarship at architecture school in Paris, while Tibor remains in Hungary until he too is granted entrance to medical school in Italy. At the École Spéciale, Andras is one of a small number of Jewish students. “The Bridge” concludes with his swearing in, at which Lewis plays a role to complement his part in the book’s opening. There is only a brief (five and a half pages) epilogue on the presidency.
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Bridge of Quiescence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This challenging new work examines practical techniques for training /5. "The Bridge of Quiescence" is an excellent detailed discussion of the basic meditation technique of all schools of Buddhism, and even some non-Buddhist approaches.
"Quiescence" refers to tranquility meditation, a way to attain a stabilized mind. The "Bridge" part of the title refers to the role of "restful attention" as a necessary basis for Cited by: The Bridge of Quiescence: Experiencing Tibetan Buddhist Meditation [Wallace, B.
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It will be of interest to seasoned contemplatives, to general readers concerned with meditation, to philosophers. Introspection has often been dismissed as futile or unscientific yet, Wallace contends, trained introspection may yield important knowledge of consciousness.
"The Bridge of Quiescence" provides valuable materials for the practice of meditation, and also affords a bridge from Eastern meditative practice to Western philosophy, science and religion. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Bridge of Quiescence: Experiencing Tibetan Buddhist Meditation by B.
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