Tibetan book of living and dying audiobook

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The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying is a contemporary spiritual masterpiece and source of sacred inspiration that interprets Tibetan Buddhism for the West. Download Audiobooks by Rinpoche Sogyal to your device. Audible The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying By: Sogyal Rinpoche Narrated by: John Cleese . The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying is a contemporary spiritual masterpiece and source of sacred inspiration that interprets Tibetan Sogyal Rinpoche presents a radically new vision of living and dying. This audio book is fabulous.

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Tibetan Book Of Living And Dying Audiobook

try this instead of pretending you are not growing old The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying (Audio Book). Listen to The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying Audiobook by Sogyal Rinpoche, narrated by John Cleese, Susan Skipper, Peri Eagleton, Sogyal Rinpoche. The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying Audible Audiobook – Abridged. Sogyal Rinpoche $ Read with Our Free App; Audible Audiobook. β€”; Hardcover.

Background[ edit ] According to Daniel Goleman , Rinpoche was already planning to write a book on living and dying in the late s. Then, in in Nepal, Rinpoche met Andrew Harvey and invited him to help on the project. More was done in London, but the most intense period of all began in Paris, at the end of He was testing the key chapters, for example on the Nature of Mind, the practice of meditation, compassion, Guru Yoga and Dzogchen , by teaching them directly, again and again, all over the world in retreats and courses. Some parts were corrected and re-written twenty five times. If it was difficult, it was because it presented so many challenges. One of the greatest was how to find Rinpoche's voice, that intimate, warm, clear and humorous voice that is so supremely eloquent when communicating live. Rinpoche is a master of the great oral tradition of Tibet, stretching back over centuries, the hallmark of which is the power to transmit directly, from heart to heart, mind to mind, in the medium of words, something which is beyond words. There were other important issues.

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Nullam malesuada egestas tincidunt. Pellentesque nec risus dui. Comprehend the metaphysical mechanics of the cosmos as illuminated by Tibetan wisdom and awaken into the Clear Light.

I liked this book. And I enjoyed hearing it. It speaks about many aspects of Buddhism. Amongst many other areas, it mentions the relationship between the master and the disciple, and how important this is.

And the Buddhist view of sex is clear, as part of the craving for sense pleasures. And one would normally expect a teacher to practice what they teach? So google Sogyal Rinpoche, and the various sex scandals which have been reported. And decide for yourself if you wish to hear this book.

Would you try another book written by Sogyal Rinpoche or narrated by the narrators? What could Sogyal Rinpoche have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Paid me to listen to it. How could the performance have been better? Read it to real people to gauge their reactions. All of the nonsense. I was interested in the philosophical concepts involved from an academic viewpoint. What I got was a nutty load of nonsense preaching. Great for listening to when commuting, walking, or for quiet periods of reflection and study. The audio book is read by Sogyal Rinpoche himself, as well as John Cleese of Monty Python fame, and some other suitable and appropriate voices.

There is quite a lot of Tibetan Buddhist Wisdom presented here, so depending on where you are on your journey on the path, beginner, curious, student, non student, or for those wanting some wisdom to get them through some difficult life events, or the loss of a loved one, there is much wisdom and heart food to be had here.

But don't take my advice at face value. Try it for yourself. As the Buddha always said, don't take what I say as the truth, try it out in your own life.

I do highly recommended it though. No words to describe. Amazing book.

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Makes me not fear the unknown anymore. A must read!!! I was quite enjoying this until I googled Sogyal Rinpoche.

After reading about author, I could not go on to finish the rest. One of the best books ever read.

Sogyal Rinpoche – The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying (Audiobook)

Great narrative, with good pace. The great source of understanding the true meaning of life. Unfortunately Sogyal was hard to listen to and even stuttered occasionally. John Cleese should have narrated the whole thing. The psychological principles in this book are great but the reincarnation parts are quite silly.

I'm sorry, I found the different voices to jar with each other. Also, if reading well is a challenge, don't record an Audio book. I found this book an interesting listen especially the parts discussing the afterlife. I would recommend this book for anyone going through the loss of a loved one or anybody interested in the Tibetan Buddhist views of the afterlife.

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Critic Reviews "A gentle, humane, and eloquent guide. More from the same Author Meditation. Narrator So, Anyway What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. No Reviews are Available. Sort by: Most Helpful Most Recent. Moreira Martin Great book, life changing brakin gpoint.

Sebastian Anonymous User SJRod Amazing So much content.

Stephen Dunn A fantastic book, but is not the full text This is a wonderful book, and I have read it many times as a text.

Giggi This book is for all,with an open mind looking for pathways to a meaningful existance What other book might you compare The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying to, and why? David Blackpool, United Kingdom Transformative This is the single most useful gift I was ever given. Even if it doesn't change yours it's worth it just to hear John Cleese being serious 2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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Pascal Immanuel Michael Graham Reigate, United Kingdom I dont know I liked this book. A wasted credit! No What could Sogyal Rinpoche have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you? Paid me to listen to it How could the performance have been better? Read it to real people to gauge their reactions What character would you cut from The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying?

All of the nonsense Any additional comments? Tinslay Perfect accompaniment to the book. Anesu Garande Janina quinn Started off good.

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