THE SIX LAMPS SECRET DZOGCHEN INSTRUCTIONS OF THE BON TRADITION

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The Six Lamps

Author : Jean-Luc Achard
ISBN : 9781614293804
Genre : Religion
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Esteemed Tibetologist Jean-Luc Achard contextualizes and provides a clear translation of highly secret precepts on Dzogchen practice unlike anything published. The Instructions on the Six Lamps is a profound and important work from the Bön Dzogchen tradition and is one of the root texts of the Zhangzhung Nyengyü (Oral Transmission of Zhangzhung) series of orally transmitted teachings. Considered to be the central work of the inner cycle of these teachings, it expertly details the principles of the natural state and its visionary marvels. The root text describes highly secret precepts of Dzogchen (Great Perfection) practice—the teachings of Trekchö and Thögel—as revealed by Tapihritsa to Gyerpung Nangzher Löpo. The teachings in this text represent oral instructions transmitted by a single master to a single disciple in the mode known as “single transmission.” It is through such a practice that one can see the clear light of one’s own mind before achieving complete buddhahood. In this respect, the text contains a complete teaching of Dzogchen, from beginning to end.
Category: Religion

Die F Nf Tibeter

Author : Peter Kelder
ISBN : 9783104002828
Genre : Self-Help
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Mehr als 1,3 Millionen Tibeter öffnen Horizonte. Das klassische und bewährte Programm für Gesundheit, Vitalität und LebensfreudeDas Erfolgsgeheimnis der Tibeter ist ganz einfach: Sie machen Spaß - und wirken!
Category: Self-Help

Samarkand

Author : Olga Kharitidi
ISBN : 9783843707909
Genre : Fiction
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Als die russische Psychiaterin Olga Kharitidi eines Tages in einem alten Holzhaus vor den Toren von Nowosibirsk den geheimnisvollen usbekischen Heiler Michael kennenlernt, ahnt sie noch nicht, dass diese Begegnung ihr Leben und ihre Heilmethoden für Traumata und Verletzungen der Seele dramatisch verändern wird. Sie folgt seiner Einladung ins exotische Samarkand und erkundet mit seiner Hilfe die dortigen jahrtausendealten mystischen Geheimnisse über den Umgang mit tiefen emotionalen Wunden. In Michael findet sie einen geistigen Führer in eine andere, faszinierende Welt und lernt durch ihn, wie es möglich ist, tiefe Traumata zu überwinden. Samarkand führt uns nicht nur in das Herz einer sagenumwobenen asiatischen Landschaft, sondern ist mit seinem faszinierend neuen Ansatz zur inneren Heilung zugleich ein bedeutender Beitrag zur experimentellen Psychologie.
Category: Fiction

The Oral Tradition From Zhang Zhung

Author : John Myrdhin Reynolds
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122193142
Genre : Rdzogs-chen
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This Volume Covers Translations Into English Of Some Selected Texts Of The Oral Tradition From Zhang-Zhung Which Include Not Only The Biographies Or Haggiographics Of The Principal Early Masters, But Also The Very Words Of That Ponchen Tapihrista Addressed To His Disciple, Nangzher Lodpo. 2 Parts - The History And Lineages - The Literature Of The Zhang-Zhung Nyan-Gyud Cycle - 4 Appendices.
Category: Rdzogs-chen

Spirituellen Materialismus Durchschneiden

Author : Chögyam Trungpa
ISBN : 9783958830387
Genre : Philosophy
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Den spirituellen Weg richtig zu gehen ist ein schwieriges Unterfangen. Wir können der Illusion erliegen, uns mit Hilfe spiritueller Techniken weiterentwickeln zu wollen, während wir in Wirklichkeit nur unsere Ich-Bezogenheit stärken. Dieser grundlegende Irrtum wird als spiritueller Materialismus beschrieben, der in vielfältigen Formen der Selbst-Täuschung zum Ausdruck kommt. Chögyam Trungpa geht auf diese Irrwege und Sackgassen ein und zeigt die Grundzüge eines authentischen spirituellen Weges auf.
Category: Philosophy

Envisioning A Tibetan Luminary

Author : William M. Gorvine
ISBN : 9780199362349
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Envisioning a Tibetan Luminary examines the religious biography of Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen (1859-1934), the most significant modern figure representing the Tibetan Bön religion-a vital minority tradition that is underrepresented in Tibetan studies. The work is based on fieldwork conducted in eastern Tibet and in the Bön exile community in India, where traditional Tibetan scholars collaborated closely on the project. Utilizing close readings of two versions of Shardza's life-story, along with oral history collected in Bön communities, this book presents and interprets the biographical image of this major figure, culminating with an English translation of his life story. William M. Gorvine argues that the disciple-biographer's literary portrait not only enacts and shapes religious ideals to foster faith among its readership, but also attempts to quell tensions that had developed among his original audience. Among the Bön community today, Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen has come to be unequivocally revered for an impressive textual legacy and a saintly death. During his lifetime, however, he faced prominent critics within his own lineage who went so far as to issue polemical attacks against him. As Gorvine shows, the biographical texts that inform us about Shardza's life are best understood when read on multiple registers, with attention given to the ways in which the religious ideals on display reflect the broader literary, cultural, and historical contexts within which they were envisioned and articulated.
Category: Biography & Autobiography