Sogyal Rinpoche - The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying (audiobook mp3)

Sogyal Rinpoche - The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying (audiobook mp3)
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Sogyal Rinpoche - The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

(audiobook mp3)

Sogyal (Author),

Patrick Gaffney (Author)

Andrew Harvey (Author)

Sogyal Rinpoche (Author, Narrator),

Lisa Brewer (Narrator),

Charles Tart (Narrator),

Michael Toms (Narrator)





Publisher: Audio Literature; Abridged edition (April 1998)



A revered spiritual teacher clarifies the classic Tibetan Book of the Dead. Rinpoche hopes to "inspire a quiet revolution in the whole way we look at death and care for the dying, and the whole way we look at life and care for the living."





Review

In 1927, Walter Evans-Wentz published his translation of an obscure Tibetan Nyingma text and called it the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Popular Tibetan teacher Sogyal Rinpoche has transformed that ancient text, conveying a perennial philosophy that is at once religious, scientific, and practical. Through extraordinary anecdotes and stories from religious traditions East and West, Rinpoche introduces the reader to the fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhism, moving gradually to the topics of death and dying. Death turns out to be less of a crisis and more of an opportunity. Concepts such as reincarnation, karma, and bardo and practices such as meditation, tonglen, and phowa teach us how to face death constructively. As a result, life becomes much richer. Like Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Sogyal Rinpoche opens the door to a full experience of death. It is up to the reader to walk through. --Brian Bruya --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

From Publishers Weekly

This modern interpretation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead outlines a path for spiritual growth.