One of the other points he makes in the book is a concept I have never pondered, but will truly bring this into my every day practice.
He taps into the energy that allows a playful, responsive, flexible openness that heightens fundamental awareness of what can be done with work, sex, and money.
These teachings show a preternatural ability to grasp the qualities of Western culture and discuss how they relate to Vajrayana Buddhist teachings.
Chogyam Trungpa was a master. He had an ability to understand thoroughly the western mind and teach Buddhism in a way that no teacher previously could.Published 26 days ago by Pema Kathy
Interesting application of Buddhist practices and principles to everyday urban life... My only critique would be that the writing style gets circular, looping around while going... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MIXEDFLAVA
The Book, Work, Sex, Money: Real Life on the Path of Mindfulness, was in like-new condition, and very helpful in my buddhist studies.Published 6 months ago by tmiler7210
One of his more accessible books. Practical teachings for everyday life. A good read for his students or anyone seeking understanding.Published 6 months ago by holyoak
Some people take themselves too seriously so much so that they will write a chapter on the "myth of happiness" and lo and behold you are reading two kinds of materialism: physical... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ibrahim
Chogyam Trungpa was a pioneer in bringing the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism to 1970's and '80's America. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Daniel H Hessey
This book tells me what to do "work with situations as they are" but no how to do.
For me it's still too mysterious. Read more