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In Realizing Emptiness, Gen Lamrimpa draws on his theoretical training as well as his solitary meditative experience to show how students can gain realization of ultimate reality. He explains in a practical and down-to-earth fashion how to analyze experience in order to fathom how it has been misperceived and misunderstood because of our many delusions, and how to use Madhyamaka reasoning to experience the way in which all things exist as dependently related events.
Those who wish to apply the Madhyamaka view to meditative practice and daily life will undoubtedly find this work to be of great practical value. The book closes with two chapters on Dzogchen and its relation to Madhyamaka.
"An important commentary clarifying the Madhyamaka view and synthesizing venerated scriptural references enhancing understanding of the view of emptiness. Ven. Gen Lamrimpa’s elucidation reflects his remarkable practice and life." —Bhikshuni Tenzin Kacho, resident teacher of Thubten Shedrup Ling, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Buddhist Chaplain, US Air Force Academy
"Written by a genuine Buddhist master, Realizing Emptiness gives us accurate directions to explore the nature of reality. By refuting inherent existence and establishing illusionlike conventionalities, we can come to the correct view of the Middle Way." —Bhikshuni Thubten Chodron, author of Buddhism for Beginners and Working with Anger