A New Way of Being – Encounters, Engagements, Explorations, and Applications
For those who practice it, TSK comes alive, and they come alive as well through their practice. They explore, they challenge, they question, and they apply. To practice TSK (the Time, Space, and Knowledge vision introduced by Tarthang Tulku in 1977) is to go beyond. Exploring the dynamics of time and space means breaking new ground at the personal and professional level. Here are ways to open the gates of the senses, connect more intimately to existence, discover the unique within the familiar and mundane, and glimpse new ways of being.
In this book, twenty-three practitioners introduce the TSK vision by showing its unfolding. Some have applied TSK to their professions or fields, others have formed study groups to share their thoughts, experiences, and questions in dialogue.