How is our experience being produced, moment to moment?
Could it ever be different?
In a series of short but penetrating essays, Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku examines how language and perception condition our sense of reality, and how ‘I’, ‘me’, ‘mine’ and ‘mind’ both facilitate and limit our understanding of ourselves. A closer look at time and the operations of mind opens up a startling possibility: our ability to contact transformative knowledge may be far greater than we realize.
Using simple, accessible language to address complex and challenging themes drawn from years of study with the masters of his tradition, Tarthang Tulku takes readers on a journey to the heart of human experience.