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Echoes

Author : Thinley Norbu
ISBN : 9780834840126
Genre : Religion
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In colorful, bustling Boudhanath—Buddhism's great pilgrimage site in Nepal—a small group of students gathered to speak with Kyabje Thinley Norbu Rinpoche in an informal, relaxed atmosphere. This is the record of their lively dialogue, which the author described as "using the traditional method of question and answer to connect ordinary experience with sublime Dharma in a flexible way." The contents cover a wide range of inquiry: How should Westerners understand the Tibetan Buddhist teachings on karma and rebirth, monastic discipline, the importance of keeping vows, and devotion to the Guru? What is the Buddhist stand on male supremacy? Must Vajrayana practitioners have a consort? What is the antidote to self-hatred? How do we put into practice the "same taste" of suffering and pleasure? First published privately in an exclusive limited edition in 1977, Echoes is part of the cherished legacy of one of the greatest realized Nyingma masters of our age.

Gypsy Gossip And Other Advice

Author : Thinley Norbu
ISBN : 9780834840034
Genre : Religion
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This book contains the direct counsel and imperishable wisdom speech of Kyabje Thinley Norbu Rinpoche, one of the great realized Nyingma masters of our age. Many problems arise when modern values clash with the precious teachings of the Buddha. Western Dharma students are faced with obstacles born of materialism, attachment to self, and resistance to traditional doctrines like karma, rebirth, and devotion to the Guru, while Asian students under the influence of modernity risk succumbing to foreign nihilistic beliefs, the neglect of their own unique heritage, and sectarian conflicts between indigenous lineages. The four teachings assembled here address these troubles in different ways, which are united by the powerful quality of Rinpoche’s voice as a writer and his ability to inspire deep faith that leads to the rekindling of Buddha nature and the flourishing of the Buddha Dharma through learning and practice with reverence and belief.

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."

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.

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.

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.

The Sole Panacea

Author : Thinley Norbu
ISBN : 1559394390
Genre : Religion
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An esteemed teacher comments on the Seven-Line Prayer, a popular devotional prayer recited daily by practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism.aaaaaOf the many devotional prayers used as a support for Dharma practice, the concise Seven-Line Prayer is the most essential, often repeated many thousands of times by practitioners, especially of the Nyingma and Dzogchen teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. The prayer invokes the blessings of Padmasambhava, who is called Guru Rinpoche (Precious Teacher) by Tibetans and is known as the Buddha for our time. Guru Rinpoche brought the Dharma from India to Tibet in the eighth century and is the source of the Buddhist Dzogchen teachings. Although the prayer is short and simple, its different levels of meaning make this commentary a welcome study aid for practitioners. The author presents an account of the historical origin of the prayer and the greatness of its blessings, and commentary on its outer and inner levels of meaning. The book also includes the text of the Seven-Line Prayer in English and Tibetan.

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