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Magic Dance

Author : Thinley Norbu
ISBN : 9780834827837
Genre : Religion
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This is a unique and powerful presentation of the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism on the five elements: earth, water, air, fire, and space. In their gross and subtle forms, these elements combine to make up the infinite illusory display of phenomenal existence. Through teachings, stories, and his distinctive use of language, Thinley Norbu Rinpoche relates how the energies of the elements manifest within our everyday world, in individual behavior and group traditions, relationships and solitude, medicine and art. He explains their links to the five Buddha families and their respective Wisdom Dakinis, and shows how each element relates to our senses, temperament, passions, habits, and karmic potentials. This magic dance of the elements, he concludes, can be transformed through meditation practice and cultivating the calm, vast, and playful state of consciousness that he calls "playmind."

Welcoming Flowers From Across The Cleansed Threshold Of Hope

Author : Thinley Norbu
ISBN : 9780834827844
Genre : Religion
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Welcoming Flowers is a pointed critique of the Buddhism chapter of Pope John Paul II’s 1994 best seller, Crossing the Threshold of Hope, written by the highly respected Buddhist teacher Thinley Norbu. In responding to the false charges of Buddhists’ indifference to the world and rejection of reality, Norbu clarifies the Buddhist doctrines of detachment and enlightenment. In addition, he covers the topics of good and evil, human nature, karma, cosmology, and dualistic mind, bringing them into conversation with the Christian perspective as presented by the Pope. Norbu’s approach is not to shoot back arrows in attack of Catholicism but to spread "welcoming flowers"—that is, to present the exalted teachings of the Buddha in all their loveliness. In this sense, the book serves as a helpful introduction to the Buddhist worldview.

The Guru Drinks Bourbon

Author : Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse
ISBN : 9781611803747
Genre : Religious life
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"The humility and compassionate activity of the Dalai Lama is something many people can connect with, but how can one understand the stories about some other Buddhist teachers' unorthodox behavior? The centrality of and reliance on a guru is one of most misunderstood elements of Tibetan Buddhism--and one that is most often veiled in mystery. Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse here rips the veil off the role of the guru, revealing it to be nothing other than a skillful means for enlightenment, and a practical one at that. By envisioning one's guru as the Buddha and uniting one's mindstream to his or hers through practice, the profoundest kind of insight becomes attainable by the student. Though this path of devotion may not be the best route for everyone, it may be useful for many, and he provides priceless guidance here not only for determining if it's the path for you, but also for finding the right teacher and for relating to the teacher properly once you've established the relationship. The book is useful not only for those interested in Tibetan Buddhism, but also for anyone seeking insight into student-teacher relationships in any spiritual tradition, for which Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse provides much wisdom along with a good deal of humor."

Sensory Biographies

Author : Robert R. Desjarlais
ISBN : 0520235886
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Explores the life histories of two Yolmo elders, focusing on how particular sensory orientations and modalities have contributed to the making and the telling of their lives.

A Clear Mirror

Author : Traktung Dudjom Lingpa
ISBN : 9781583943489
Genre : Religion
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Personal memoirs are not uncommon in Tibetan Buddhism, but A Clear Mirror offers an unusual variation: three levels of spiritual teachings, conveying outer, inner, and subtle aspects of wisdom, that give readers full access to the rich life of one of Vajrayana Buddhism’s most respected figures. Dudjom Lingpa (1835–1904) was a Tibetan visionary and Great Perfection master, or tertön, a revealer of spiritual treasures called terma hidden in the Earth and in the minds of disciples. Dujdom Lingpa is renowned for his revelations on “refining perception” or Nang Jang, and, through dream yoga, trance, and visions, for transmitting the “mindstream” of a number of enlightened spiritual beings, such as Sri Singha, Saraha, Vajradhara, and Manjushri, whose wisdom he received and shares in this book. A Clear Mirror reveals what high lamas regard as most sacred and intimate: spiritual evolution via the lens of an innermost visionary life. Lingpa recounts each step of his own enlightenment process—from learning how to meditate to the highest tantric practices—as he experienced them. A Clear Mirror is a spiritual adventure that also incorporates everyday meditation advice, designed for the lay reader as well as the more seasoned practitioner, in this evocative original translation. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Technology Management

Author : Dilek Cetindamar
ISBN : 9781137431868
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Technology Management (TM) discipline has a history of more than 50 years. It is inherently interdisciplinary and multifunctional, and when managed correctly it can deliver a decisive competitive advantage. Technology Management focuses on the micro-level analysis of TM as a dynamic capability. This fully updated second edition systematically addresses the major tools and techniques needed for a business to successfully conduct their TM activities. There is no single best way to manage technology in a company and there is no mechanistic route to success, but this accessible handbook provides a wealth of international examples, up-to-date case studies and activities designed to increase the dynamic capability of an organisation. Technology Management is the perfect companion for undergraduate and postgraduate students on a variety of Business, Management and Engineering degree courses.

Buddhisms And Deconstructions

Author : Jin Y. Park
ISBN : 9780742572195
Genre : Philosophy
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Buddhisms and Deconstructions considers the connection between Buddhism and Derridean deconstruction, focusing on the work of Robert Magliola. Fourteen distinguished contributors discuss deconstruction and various Buddhisms—Indian, Tibetan, and Chinese (Chan)—followed by an afterword in which Magliola responds directly to his critics.

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