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1 Tulku Thondup
Boundless Healing: Meditation Exercises to Enlighten the Mind and Heal the Body
Shambhala; Boston, USA; 2001; 1570628785 / 9781570628788; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
This book offers simple meditation techniques to awaken healing energies in the body and mind. Using Buddhist principles as a basis, Tulku Thondup has created a universal guide that anyone can use. It will benefit those who want to preserve good health as well as those who need comfort and relief from illness or mental distress. Boundless Healing offers: Ways to employ the four healing powers: positive images, positive words, positive feelings, and positive belief Detailed healing exercises that can be done individually or as part of a twelve-stage program Exercises for dispelling anxiety Healing prayers for the dying and the deceased, plus advice for helpers and survivors These meditations draw on our innate capacity for imagination and memory, our natural enjoyment of beauty, and our deep-seated longing for a state of quiet calm. For all those who wish to become healthier, happier, and more peaceful in everyday life. Printed Pages: 228. 007399

Price: 11.99 USD
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2 Tulku Thondup; Edited By Harold Talbott
Enlightened Journey: Buddhist Practice as Daily Life
Shambhala; Boston, USA; 1995; 1570620210 / 9781570620218; Paperback; New; New; 
This collection of fifteen articles and talks by Tulku Thondup constitutes a manual on how to transmute the situations encountered in daily life, whether external or internal, into spiritual disciplines and experiences. Among the topics covered are: The fundamental principles of Buddhism. The practice of meditation as a means of arousing compassion. How suffering can become a more powerful tool than happiness in achieving enlightenment. The symbolic significance of holy places, temples, statues, books, and other spiritual artifacts. Printed Pages: 288. 001636

Price: 16.00 USD
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3 Reginald A. Ray; Foreword By Tulku Thondup
Secret of the Vajra World: The Tantric Buddhism of Tibet (The World of Tibetan Buddhism: Volume Two)
Shambhala; Boston, USA; 2002; 157062917X / 9781570629174; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
This book provides an entrée into the Tantric (or Vajrayana) Buddhism of Tibet, as conveyed by Tibetan masters teaching in the West, and as received by their Western students. The Tantric tradition is a unique collection of lesser-known texts, concepts, and meditation practices that are usually made available only to experienced and specially initiated practitioners. The "Vajra World" (vajradhatu in Sanskrit) is a realm of indestructibility, the level of reality beyond all thought and imagination, all impermanence and change, which a fully realized person knows and inhabits. Used metaphorically, "Vajra World" refers to the traditional culture of Tibet and the unique spirituality that is its secret strength. Topics include: The tantric view of human nature and the external world The special role of the guru, or tantric mentor The preliminary practices that prepare the student for full initiation The major dimensions of Vajrayana practice, including visualizations, liturgies, and inner yogas The tradition of the tulku, or incarnate lama The lore surrounding the death of ordinary people and of saints The practice of solitary retreat, the epitome of traditional Tibetan Buddhism Secret of the Vajra World is the companion volume to the author's earlier book, Indestructible Truth: The Living Spirituality of Tibetan Buddhism. While that book focuses on the history, cosmology, philosophy, and practice of the more public, exoteric side of Tibetan Buddhism, this work treats its more hidden and esoteric aspects as they take shape in Vajrayana. Together, the two volumes provide a broad introduction to the major traditions of Tibetan Buddhism. Printed Pages: 540. 022675

Price: 29.95 USD
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4 Tulku Thondup
The Dzogehen: Innermost Essence (Fifth Edition)
Paljor Publications/Library of Tibetan Works & Archives; New Delhi, India; 2008; 8185102198 / 9788185102191; Fifth Edition; Softcover; New; 
The "Long-chen Nying-thig Ngon-dro", a visionary prayer of great poetic beauty, is the basis of practice in the Nyingma tradition-the earliest form of Buddhism prevalent in Tibet. This tradition was founded by Padmasambhava, the Indian Tantric saint who established the dharma there in the 8th century. Like the later traditions of the Kagyu, Sakya and Gelug it is grounded in the mystical experience of Vajrayana or Tantric Buddhism.These most essential teachings of Buddha are considered 'secret' making use of esoteric language and techniques. Their meaning can only be revealed to those who have established the proper motivation of universal altruism and the correct view of reality-the view of emptiness.Thus it is said that anyone who wishes to follow the tantric path should prepare by listening to, studying and meditating on the Mahayana sutras and their Indian and Tibetan commentaries. This will elevate one's motivation to the highest and will sharpen one's awareness of the actual. In this way the profound meditational and psychological techniques of the tantras will be effective.Because the scope of the sutras and tantras is vast many of the great Tibetan masters condensed their essential points into easily followed prayers for practice. This is one such text and, rather than being a prayer, it is a guide for contemplation, providing the necessary link between sutra and tantra.As a 'preliminary practice' (Tibetani:ngon-dro) it begins with sutra meditations on the value and potential of this human life, its frailty and the inevitability of death, the infallibility of karmic actions and their consequences, and the suffering of worldly existence. Following the recognition of these common truths it continues, leading the spiritual aspirant into refuge in the Three Supreme Jewels and, for a Mahayanist (whose selfless attitude is based on pure love and compassion), into the activation of the awakening mind-bodhicitta. The work then unites these meditations with a series of practices exclusive to the tantric path vajrasattva purification, mandala offering, union with the spiritual master the 'chod' practice of cutting duality at its source and so forth. Thus it is not only a 'preliminary' practice but actually provides a complete means in itself for attaining the fully awakened state of being.The entire translation is accompanied by the actual Tibetan text so that those who read Tibetan may appreciate the special flavour of its original poetry. A short but comprehensive commentary distilled from the main Tibetan commentaries follows, and the Book ends with a succinct analysis of the paths and meditations of sutra and Tantra according to the Nyingma classification of the Nine Vehicles. These culminate in the final expression of Buddha's word-the practice known as "Dzogchen" the Great completion to which this valuable prayer is aimed.Printed Pages: 116. 103560

Price: 40.00 USD
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5 Tulku Thondup; Foreword By Daniel Goleman
The Healing Power of Mind: Simple Meditation Exercises for Health, Well-being, and Enlightenment
Arkana/Penguin Books; London, UK; 1996; 0140195505 / 9780140195507; Second Edition; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 221. 018913

Price: 19.95 USD
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