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Karl Brunnh lzl, MD, was trained as a physician and also studied Tibetology. He received his systematic training in Tibetan language and Buddhist philosophy and practice at the Marpa Institute for Translators, founded by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche. Since 1989 he has been a translator and interpreter from Tibetan and English. He is presently involved with the Nitartha Institute as a teacher and translator.
"Mining for Wisdom within Delusion provides us with a much-needed comprehensive treatment of Maitreya's text, something that both scholars and meditators will find illuminating. Karl Brunnh lzl's adept translation, annotations, and introduction add layers of richness that always bring us back to the basic point: wisdom is discovered within delusion."--Elizabeth Callahan, translator of The Treasury of Knowledge, Book Six, Part Three: Frameworks of Buddhist Philosophy "Once again Tsadra and Karl Brunnh lzl have given us access to a classic of Buddhist Mahayana, so important in recognizing the true nature of reality. This classic will guide the scholar and the practitioner alike in discovering the nonconceptual wisdom within delusion. This is a monumental work."--Judith Simmer-Brown, Ph.D., Professor of Religious Studies, Naropa University "While scholars will delight in this rich banquet of information, all practitioners who wonder how it works that their meditation bears fruit as the dawning of 'nonconceptual wisdom, ' what it actually is that undergoes the 'fundamental change, ' and how that process unfolds will definitely find overwhelming insight in this book."--Susanne Schefczyk, translator and editor of Everyday Consciousness and Primordial Awareness "There is no doubt that everything a scholar or a practitioner needs to know on this subject is here, and that Karl Brunnh lzl is the reigning expert and right person to have written it. If anything at all was left out, we don't need to know it."--Sarah Harding, translator of Machik's Complete Explanation