We are what we think. Happiness and suffering arise from the way our mind interprets what we see, hear, smell, touch or imagine. Realizing this, we can develop increasing clarity and creativity. Buddhism teaches that the can function in two ways: reactively or more constructively. For over 2,500 years the Buddha's teachings have helped shed light on the mystery of the human mind. Sangharakshita both challenges us to overcome the barriiers of our habits and teaches us how to work on them, directing them towards a positive outcome until we break through to Enlightenment.
includes the essays:
"Mind Reactive and Creative"
"Breaking Through to Buddhahood"