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Posted September 27, 2010
A refreshing look at the Four Noble Truths from a psychological bent. Sativihari seeks to remind practitioners that all of the Buddha's myriad teachings all ring back to the basics and that it's time to unlearn what we think we know. Sativihari presents the information in a straightforward and easy-to-read and remember format with plenty of examples for illustration of conceptual ideas.
While I would not recommend this book to neophytes, this book is a great refresher for lay and monastic practitioners alike. It may even make a good companion for those whose feet are already wet but not soaked.