Author: W Y Evans-WentzPublisher: Winsome Books IndiaYear: 2004Language: EnglishPages: 316ISBN/UPC (if available): 8188043133
The teachings of the late Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup, the Tibetan guru, have been culled and presented for Western world. It also aims at fostering greater understanding for further study on certain aspects of Higher or Transcendental Mahayanic teachings.The author has collected authoritative information which are impressively similar to the ancient ideals of Asceticism and world Renunciation, which Milarepa expounded in his biography.This book is the culmination of that religious ideals of orient that anthropologically human race is one Family and external differences are due to hereditary thinking. People of Occident will find this useful and realize its importance.
PREFACEDESCRIPTION OF ILLUSTRATINSINTRODUCTIONRECHUNG’S TIBETAN INTRODUCTIONPART ITHE PATH OF DARKNESSCHAPTER IThe Lineage and BirthCHAPTER IIThe Tasting of SorrowCHAPTER IIIThe Practising of the Black ArtPART IITHE PATH OF LIGHTINTRODUCTIONCHAPTER IVThe Seeking of the Holy DharmaCHAPTER VThe Probation and PenanceCHAPTER VIThe InitiationCHAPTER VIIThe Personal Guidance by the GuruCHAPTER VIIIThe Parting From The GuruCHAPTER IXThe RenunciationCHAPTER XThe Meditation in SolitudeCHAPTER XIThe Hermitages and Service Rendered to Sentient BeingsCHAPTER XIIThe NirvanaAPPENDIXCOLOPHONINDEX