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How does Buddhism view consciousness? This approachable introduction considers the nature of mind, asking questions about the Buddhist search for the "I" that gazes out on the world and experiences it. The author explores where experiences come from and where they go, compassion, control, and, finally, what Buddhism believes consciousness can become.
Ratnaprabha has devoted much of his life to the study of physics and the history and sociology of science. He was ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order in 1982 and currently lives in London. This is his second book.
How does Buddhism view consciousness? This approachable introduction considers the nature of the mind.