The Tibetan Book of the Dead: First Complete Translation by Graham Coleman, Thupten Jinpa, Gyurme Dorje

By Graham Coleman, Thupten Jinpa, Gyurme Dorje

'You may be chuffed during this existence and cheerful within the next'

The Tibetan booklet of the useless is overwhelmingly the main influential of all Tibetan Buddhist texts within the West and one of many maximum works created through any tradition. providing the most particular and compelling portrayals of the after-death kingdom in global literature, it includes accomplished advice and practices regarding reworking our day-by-day lives, on getting ready to exploit loss of life as a way of liberation, on spotting dying whilst it comes and on easy methods to support those who find themselves death or bereaved.

Created in shut co-operation with a extraordinary variety of up to date Tibetan masters, this primary whole and unabridged English translation of The Tibetan ebook of the lifeless is still totally devoted to the breathtaking attractiveness and readability of the unique textual content.

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E. S. M . 1 2. L. E. S. M. 1 2. L. E. 1 1 . A Neurosomatic Aesthetic : Beauty is Natural, Art is Artificial When the " m i n d " d iscovers that the " bod y " is a p oly m o r p h ous, p sych osom atic Zen- p leasu re-laborat ory designed for zero-gravi ty fl oat i n g, with tri l l ions of cel l s merri l y co p u lati n g every secon d , i m p rinted rewards seem p ale, static, an d second-hand. There are eight levels o f pleasure. The four larval circuits provide reward ing, reassuring signals that the survival lines to the island-realities are secure.

M . 1 2. L. E·. 5 . M. I 2 . L. E. S. M. I 2 . L. E. 5 . M. I 2 . L. E. 5 . M. I 2 . L. E. Exo-psychology One can n ot evolve from one 's roboth ood u ntil o ne real izes h ow total l y one h as been robotized . places reality withi n the changing flux of the nervous system and not in the comforting solid ity of the imprinted-cond itioned rea l ity-islands. "Man the machi ne " is an unbear­ able concept to those who are not ready to mutate beyond the lower, robot circuits. One can not evolve from one's robothood u ntil one real izes how totally one has been robotized.

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