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eBook Wisdom of the Tibetan Lamas (Wisdom of the Masters Series) ePub

eBook Wisdom of the Tibetan Lamas (Wisdom of the Masters Series) ePub

by Timothy Freke

  • ISBN: 1885203586
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Timothy Freke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Journey Editions; Journey Editions edition (April 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 61
  • ePub book: 1614 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1941 kb
  • Other: docx mobi lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 424

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Start by marking The Wisdom Of The Tibetan Lamas as Want to Read . For information, see timothyfreke. Both Freke and Gandy live in England and are the authors of five previous books, including The Jesus Mysteries and Jesus and the Lost Goddess.

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Series: Wisdom of the Masters Series. Perhaps most importantly, Freke and Gandy clearly get across the reality that the great philosophers were not "dry as dust" scholastics. ISBN-13: 978-1885203540. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. These men were powerful spiritual teachers; true lovers of the goddess Sophia. 8 people found this helpful.

Books related to The Wisdom of the Tibetan Lamas. The Tibetan Book of the Dead. Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup (Translator). The Wisdom of the Zen Masters. Our Appointment with Life. The Yoga of Offering Food. Some of the images set the tone well, others are just fillers. Get it if you want to be exposed to a wide range of quotes many of which will probably be new and if you can find the book for a good price as there's only so much content a small 60 page picture book can have. 4 people found this helpful.

It has been inspired and shaped by a succession of living buddhas. Their wisdom, contained in this remarkable little book, nurtures the potential within all of us to experience enlightenment. The Wisdom of the Tibetan Lamas - eBook.

This series provides an introduction to the spiritual values of various religions, highlighting the particular gift of wisdom each has to offer. The buddhist wisdom of the Tibetan lamas nurtures the potential within each one of us to experience enlightenment. About the Author: Aileen Marron was born in England and grew up in Kuwait in the Middle East when her family moved there. Growing up in an Islamic culture Aileen became interested in the art of henna application

The Wisdom of the Pagan Philosophers (Wisdom of the Masters Series). Tibetan Buddhism is far more than veneration of a buddha who lived 2500 years ago. It has been inspired by and shaped by a succession of living buddhas.

The Wisdom of the Pagan Philosophers (Wisdom of the Masters Series). Their wsisdom, contained in this remarkable little book, nurtures the potential within all of us to experience enlightenment.

The Masters of the Ancient Wisdom are reputed to be enlightened beings originally identified by the Theosophists Helena Blavatsky, Henry S. Olcott, Alfred Percy Sinnett, and others. These Theosophists claimed to have met some of the so-called Masters during their lifetimes in different parts of the world. Sometimes they are referred to by Theosophists as Elder Brothers of the Human Race, Adepts, Mahatmas, or simply as The Masters.

by Wisdom Publications. The phrase "Kadam masters" evokes for many Tibetans a sense of a spiritual golden age-the image of a community of wise yet simple monks devoted to a life of mental cultivation. These eleventh- and twelfth-century masters were particularly famed for their pithy spiritual sayings that captured.

The Masters of Wisdom, or simply "The Masters" are initiates in the occult science and esoteric philosophy, who take disciples or chelas. H. P. Blavatsky, in the glossary of her book The Key to Theosophy defined the Theosophical concept of "Master" as follows: Master. A translation from the Sanskrit Guru, "Spiritual teacher," and adopted by the Theosophists to designate the Adepts, from whom they hold their teachings.

This series provides an introduction to the spiritual values of various religions, highlighting the particular gift of wisdom each has to offer. The buddhist wisdom of the Tibetan lamas nurtures the potential within each one of us to experience enlightenment.

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Its a good book, but not what I was expecting.
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Tibetan Buddhism is far more than veneration of a buddha who lived 2500 years ago. It has been inspired by and shaped by a succession of living buddhas. Their wsisdom, contained in this remarkable little book, nurtures the potential within all of us to experience enlightenment.