Category: Tibetan

  • Buddhism for Busy People: Finding Happiness in an Uncertain by David Michie

    By David Michie

    What does it take to be at liberty? we now have all requested ourselves this question sooner or later, yet few people have chanced on the trail to lasting success. David Michie suggestion he had accomplished his life's goals--the high-level activity, the pricy urban condo, the luxurious motor vehicle, the nice vacations--but a small voice was once telling him he wasn't particularly satisfied. an opportunity comment from a naturopath despatched him to his neighborhood Buddhist middle. There he started the most crucial trip of his lifestyles. during this basic yet superbly written e-book, David Michie opens the door to the center teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. With wry, self-deprecating humor, he exhibits us now he started to comprise Buddhist practices into his everyday life. He explains how he got here to appreciate the variation among the transitority pleasures of normal lifestyles and the profound feel of future health and heartfelt serenity that comes from connecting with our internal nature. each every now and then you come back throughout a unprecedented booklet with the ability to alter your lifestyles. Buddhism for Busy humans is one such publication.
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  • The Torch of Certainty by Jamgon Kongtrul

    By Jamgon Kongtrul

    This translation of a primary Tantric textual content unearths the richness and profundity of the highbrow and contemplative traditions of Tibetan Buddhism. The textual content describes the 4 origin Practices that every one practitioners of Vajrayana Buddhism needs to whole. the character of impermanence, the consequences of karma, the improvement of an enlightened angle, and devotion to the guru are one of the matters handled during this booklet.

    Three eminent modern Tibetan Buddhist masters—Kalu Rinpoche, Deshung Rinpoche, and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche—explain the importance of The Torch of sure bet for modern day scholars and practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism.
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  • Bon Po Hidden Treasures: A Catalogue of Gter Ston Bde Chen by Jean-Luc Achard

    By Jean-Luc Achard

    New Bon supplies to turn into a huge concentration of curiosity between educational Tibetologists within the coming years. This distinct, first-ever English-language quantity on Tibet’s New Bon faith (14th century onwards) includes the complete catalogue of the accumulated rediscovered teachings printed through bDe chen gling pa, a big Bon po grasp of the second one a part of the nineteenth century in japanese Tibet. Belonging to a later interval of improvement in the numerous lineages of latest Bon, bDe chen gling stands as a necessary hyperlink among this custom and that of the Ris med move of the past due nineteenth century. The annotated catalogue of the 13 quantity assortment in most cases covers tantric and rDzogs chen (Great Perfection) texts slightly identified outdoors local libraries.
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