The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism

The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism The First Teaching, The Three Principal Aspects Of The Path, Was Given In France In 1982.The Second Teaching, An Introduction To Tantra, Also In Two Parts, Was Given At Grizzly Lodge, California, In 1980.These Comprise The First Two Lectures Of A Commentary On The Chenrezig Yoga.Lama Yeshe Says Meditation Is Not On The Level Of The Object But On That Of The Subject You Are The Business Of Your Meditation Bodhicitta Is Very Practical, I Tell You It S Like Medicine The Self Cherishing Thought Is Like A Nail Or A Sword In Your Heart It Always Feels Uncomfortable With Bodhicitta, From The Moment You Begin To Open, You Feel Incredibly Peaceful And You Get Tremendous Pleasure And Inexhaustible Energy Forget About Enlightenment As Soon As You Begin To Open Yourself To Others, You Gain Tremendous Pleasure And Satisfaction Working For Others Is Very Interesting It S An Infinite Activity Your Life Becomes Continuously Rich And Interesting Historically, Shakyamuni Buddha Taught The Four Noble Truths To Whose Culture Do The Four Noble Truths Belong The Essence Of Religion Has Nothing To Do With Any One Particular Country S Culture Compassion, Love, Reality To Whose Culture Do They Belong The People Of Any Country, Any Nation, Can Implement The Three Principal Aspects Of The Path, The Four Noble Truths Or The Eightfold Path There S No Contradiction At All This Title Was Published By The Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive, A Non Profit Organization Established To Make The Buddhist Teachings Of Lama Yeshe And Lama Zopa Rinpoche Freely Accessible In Many Ways, Including On Our Website For Instant Reading, Listening Or Downloading, And As Printed And Electronic Books Our Website Offers Immediate Access To Thousands Of Pages Of Teachings And Hundreds Of Audio Recordings By Some Of The Greatest Lamas Of Our Time Our Photo Gallery And Our Ever Popular Books Are Also Freely Accessible There You Can Find Out About Becoming A Supporter Of The Archive And See All We Have To Offer By Visiting The Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive Website.

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  • ebook
  • 82 pages
  • The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism
  • Lama Thubten Yeshe
  • English
  • 26 February 2019
  • 189186808X

10 thoughts on “The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism

  1. Duncan Reed says:

    Very much an introduction, but doesn t really explain much, in a clear way, about the aspects of which it refers to.

  2. Carl says:

    The first part of this small book is the transcription of Lama Yeshe covering for an ill his holiness the Dalai Lama at a conference in France It is exceptional in its clarity and humor.The second part is a bitcomplex but still very well written.The folks at the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition FPMT make this book available as part of the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive This is quite wonderful you can read for free online or if you prefer paper, you can obtain sever The first part of this small book is the transcription of Lama Yeshe covering for an ill his holiness the Dalai Lama at a conference in Fra...

  3. Jeanne Lambrianou says:

    Great for serious beginner meditatorsLama Yeshe teaches simply the heart of meditation I will give this to all my students May all sentient beings be free from suffering and the root of suffering.

  4. Riobhcah says:

    A wonderful teaching from Lama Yeshe on how we can become freed from the illusion of separatness in order to benefit other sentient beings He gives an excellent discussion of the three basic aspects of the path and also a short introduction to tantra.

  5. Stephen says:

    Beautiful text with a great humor and process of explanations through metaphor These lectures do much to invigorate the spirit and provoke the mind.

  6. Christopher says:

    Very good, had the feeling of a lecture broken into bite sized bits it made it super easy to read here and there Just wish it was longer

  7. Stacy Lee says:

    One of the best book on Buddhism I ve read.

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