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The life of Shabkar : the autobiography of a Tibetan yogin / with a foreword by the XIVth Dalai Lama ; translated from the Tibetan by Matthieu Ricard ... [et al.] ; edited by Constance Wilkinson with Michal Abrams

By: Contributor(s): Series: SUNY series in Buddhist studiesNepal Shechen Publications 1997Description: xxxii, 705 p : 26 cmISBN:
  • 8174720413
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Includes indexes

Early years -- Renouncing the world -- Meeting my teacher -- Retreat at the Hermit's cave -- Meditation at Tigress Fort -- At the heart of the lake -- Meditation at Mount Machen -- At White Rock Monkey fortress -- Pilgrimage to central Tibet -- The ravines of Tsari -- At Mount Kailash -- Pilgrimage to Nepal -- Meditation at Lapchi -- Return to Central Tibet -- Return to Domey -- Conclusion.

"THE LIFE OF SHABKAR has long been recognized by Tibetans as one of the master works of their religious heritage. Following his inspired youth and early training in his native province of Amdo under the guidance of several extraordinary Buddhist masters, Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol devoted himself to many years of meditation in solitary retreat. With determination and courage, he mastered the highest and most esoteric practices of the Tibetan tradition of the Great Perfection. He then wandered far and wide over the Himalayan region expressing his realization. His autobiography vividly reflects the values and visionary imagery of Tibetan Buddhism as well as the social and cultural life of early nineteenth-century Tibet" (back cover)

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