The Four Immeasurable Attitudes in Hinayana, Mahayana, and Bon
Format: Web Article
Sources ID: 22111
Zotero Collections: Classical Buddhist Contemplation Practices, Contemplation by Tradition, Four Immeasurables (catvary apramanani, tsemé zhi), Practices of Buddhist Contemplation, Buddhist Contemplation
Very detailed analysis of the history and variations within the Theravada and Tibetan traditions of meditation on the Four Immeasurables. Berzin selectively translates and compares many of the major texts describing these attitudes and their practice.