Translated by Word Smith with Geshe Michael Roach
The Golden Key unlocks the knowledge hidden inside the Mind Only school of Buddhism. It is a refreshing and deep dive into the world of Asian philosophy. This first-time translation of an Eastern classic is sure to find its way among history’s great works. Understanding this text and the philosophy it explains, literally has the ability to grant great wisdom to the reader. That may not all happen on the first pass. All that is needed is for it to be read carefully, contemplated, and acted upon on a regular basis. Akin to Zen koans, each section is intended to be read, savored, and then read over later as the ideas within become clearer and clearer. Reading this book in its electronic format is both easy and enjoyable. It also makes a great gift!
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