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Heart Attack Sutra A New Commentary on the Heart Sutra

ISBN-10: 1559393912

ISBN-13: 9781559393911

Edition: 2012

Authors: Karl Brunnholzl

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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Shambhala Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/16/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 5.51" wide x 8.43" long x 0.67" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

KARL BRUNNH LZL was trained as a physician and presently works as a Tibetan translator and Buddhist teacher. He studied Tibetology, Buddhology, and Sanskrit at Hamburg University and Tibetan language and Buddhist philosophy and practice at the Marpa Institute for Translators in Kathmandu. Currently he works as a translator and interpreter for the Tsadra Foundation, Nalandabodhi, and the Nitartha Institute. In 2009 he was appointed as the first Western khenpo (abbot in the Kagy and Nyingma lineages) by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.

Introduction
The Craziness of the Heart Sutra
Emptiness Means Letting Go
Grounded in Groundlessness
Emptiness, Dependent Origination, and Quantum Physics
The Buddha's Three Cycles of Teaching
Expressing the Inexpressible
The Teachings as Scriptures and Realization
Praj�aparamita-Perfect Wisdom Gone Beyond
The Flaming Sword of Praj�a-Sharp, Illuminating, and Compassionate Inquisitiveness
Lady Praj�aparamita-Intuition Embracing Intellect
Praj�aparamita as Ground, Path, and Fruition
The Praj�aparamita Sutras
Complicated Simplicity
Praj�aparamita as a Buddhist Heresy
Groundless Paths
Dirt, Soap, and Water
The Undoing of Doing
The Commentary on the Heart Sutra
The Stage and the Main Actors
The Title
Transcendent Wisdom Lady Full of Qualities
The Heart of the Mother of All Buddhas
The Prologue
The Excellent Time
The Excellent Teacher
The Excellent Place
The Excellent Retinue
The Excellent Teaching
Avalokit�svara-Emptiness with a Heart of Compassion
Compassion in Action
Not Seeing the World as We Know It
The Main Part of the Sutra
Sariputra's Innocent Question
Avalokitesvara's Not So Innocent Short Answer
The Fourfold Profound Emptiness
Are Form and Emptiness Two Things?
The Middle Way without a Middle
All Elements of Our Body and Mind Are Like Space
The Eightfold Profundity
The Three Doors to Liberation
More Ways of Slicing the Cake of Illusory Phenomena
Even Dependent Origination Is Emptiness
The Demise of the Four Noble Truths
No Hope in Praj�aparamita Either
The Transparent Vajra of Fearlessness
Arriving at Dwelling Nowhere
The Mantra-The Final Leap off the Cliff
The Buddha's Applause
The Epilogue
A Meditation on Praj�aparamita and the Heart Sutra
The Sutra of the Heart of the Glorious Lady Praj�aparamita
Selected Bibliography