By Edward Conze
As an intensely sensible faith, Buddhism has targeting devising quite a few meditations. lately psychologists have proven nice curiosity within the healing price of those meditations, yet actual information regarding them has been not easy to come back via. the main extraordinary unique files have now been made obtainable through Edward Conze, who translated them from Pali, Sanskrit and Tibetan. the quantity, initially published in 1956, also bargains with the which means of Buddhist meditation, and the relation of its tools and presuppositions to trendy psychology.
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