The Complete Works of Sangharakshita Volume 13: Eastern and Western Traditions

In this volume Sangharakshita approaches communicating Buddhism in the West from two very different, but equally illuminating, angles. In the first part, in talks given in the early years of his teaching in England, he introduces the apparently exotic worlds of Tibetan Buddhism (1965) and its creative symbols (1972) and Zen Buddhism (1965), clarifying their mysteries while also somehow allowing them to work their magic. In the second part, by contrast, he examines the practice of Buddhism in the context of Western culture.
This volume includes these texts:
Tibetan Buddhism: An Introduction
Creative Symbols of Tantric Buddhism
The Essence of Zen
The FWBO and ‘Protestant Buddhism’
From Genesis to The Diamond Sutra