According to Yogacara, or “mind-only” teachings, everything we experience is a construct of consciousness. Guo Gu explains how it all works.
Joy Brennan shows how Yogacara teachings reveal whiteness as a constructed identity—and how they offer a path through it, to bodhisattva activity.
Guo Gu offers a practical four-step process for integrating the Yogacara teachings in your practice to transform thought and emotion.
Vipashyana as defined by Reginald A. Ray, an American Buddhist academic and teacher of Tibetan Buddhism.
The Buddhist schools are rich and varied in their perspectives, but these many points of view all advance the Buddhist concept of the middle view.
Yogacara as defined by Charles Muller, an academic who specializes in Korean Buddhism.