For almost thirty years, students of the Time-Space-Knowledge vision have been exploring its depth and riches. This new book is the first systematic guide to the vision. Suitable for beginners and advanced students alike, it aims to promote inquiry rather than give answers, to engage experience rather than offer interpretations.
When It Rains, Does Space Get Wet? Living the Time, Space, Knowledge Vision is a manual written by Jack Petranker for the study of the TSK vision. The most recent volume in the Perspectives series, it was published together with a searchable CD-ROM that includes the text of all the books in the TSK series. Suitable for beginners and advanced students alike, it aims to promote inquiry rather than give answers, to engage experience rather than offer interpretations. It offers two principal approaches, suggested by Tarthang Tulku: a study program in thirty-six units, and an analysis of the TSK vision in seventy-five topics.
In addition to the book and CD set we offer two other options for fans of the TSK series
Book Only: If you only want the When it Rains... text to accompany your study of the TSK series, it is available on its own with this option.
CD Only: If you are interested in owning the full TSK series in a digital format without the When it Rains... study program, select this option.