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The Dharma: That Illuminates All Beings Like the Light of the Sun and the Moon
Author 卡魯仁波切=H. E. Kalu Rinpoche
Date1986.10
PublisherSUNY Press=State University of New York Press
Publisher Url http://www.sunypress.edu./
LocationAlbany, NY, US [奧爾巴尼, 紐約州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
Keyword藏傳佛教=Tibetan Buddhism; 佛教女性=Buddhist Woman; 佛教與性別=Buddhism and Gender; 四聖諦=四諦=The Four Noble Truths=cattari ariyasaccani; 中有=中陰身=Bardo; 大手印=Mahamudra=The Great Seal;
AbstractAt the beginning of this book, Kalu Rinpoche mentions the famed teacher Chogyam Trungpa, who brought the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism to the west in a very innovative way. Kalu Rinpoche says almost by way of apology that he's not into trying to adapt the material to the western mind too deeply, and he thinks it's most powerful to present these teachings in the more traditional context. So, if you really want to have a solid Tibetan Buddhism 102, written in an incredibly human style, and you think you can handle some of the more punk-rock aspects of Buddhism (like the vivid descriptions of the hell realms) then this is an amazing condensation of the most important, vital teachings of Tibetan Buddhism, presented in thier full profundity. However, if you just want to understand a little more about how the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism could apply to your problems and inner struggles, it's probably a much better bet to get a book by Pema Chodron.

Table of contents:
Preface
Introduction: Kalu Rinpoche
Chapter 1: Kalu Rinpoche on Teaching in North America
Chapter2: The Four Nobel Truth
Chapter3: The Four Dharmas of Gampopa
Chapter4: Bardo
Chapter5: Mandala
Chapter6: Vows
Chapter7: Women, Siddhi, Dharma
Chapter8: Mahamudra
Epilogue: The Eight Thoughts
Appendix I: The Five Skandhas, by Lama Norlha
Appendix II: Glossary of Technical Terms
Index
ISBN0887061575
Hits363
Created date2004.04.30



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