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1 Naked Awareness: Practical Instructions on the Union of Mahamudra and Dzogchen

Karma Chagme with Commentary By Gyatrul Rinpoche; Translated By B. Alan Wallace; Edited By Lindy Steele and B. Alan Wallace

Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, New York, USA, 2000, 1-55939-146-4 / 9781559391467, First Edition, Paperback, New, 
Printed Pages: 321. 018798

Price: 19.95 USD
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2 Natural Liberation: Padmasambhava's Teachings on the Six Bardos

Gyatrul Rinpoche, B. Alan Wallace(translator)

Wisdom Publications, Boston, USA, 2011, 0861712978 / 9780861712977, First Edition, Paperback, Brand New, 
In the spirit of the Buddhist tantric tradition, Natural Liberation examines how to take the commonplace states of consciousness experienced in life and death and turn them into opportunities for the highest liberation. In this work, Padmasambhava, the great 9th century Indian master who established Buddhism in Tibet, describes in detail six life-processes, or bardos, and how to transform them into vehicles for enlightenment. This most extraordinary teaching is here accompanied by meditation instructions and edifying anecdotes in a lucid commentary by Gyatrul Rinpoche, an esteemed teacher of the Nyingma tradition. Printed Pages: 272. 037577

Price: 18.95 USD
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3 Sleeping, Dreaming, and Dying: An Exploration of Consciousness with the Dalai Lama

Francisco J. Varela (narrated and edited); Foreword By His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama; Translated By B. Alan Wallace and Thupten Jinpa

Wisdom Publications, Boston, USA, 1997, 0-86171-123-8 / 9780861711239, First Edition, Paperback, Brand New, 
This is an absorbing account of a dialogue between leading Western scientists and the foremost representative of Buddhism today, the Dalai Lama of Tibet. For modern science, the transitional states of consciousness lie at the forefront of research in many fields. For a Buddhist practitioner these same states present crucial opportunities to explore and transform consciousness itself. This book is the account of a historic dialogue between leading Western scientists and the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Revolving around three key moments of consciousness—sleep, dreams, and death—the conversations recorded here are both engrossing and highly readable. Whether the topic is lucid dreaming, near-death experiences, or the very structure of consciousness itself, the reader is continually surprised and delighted. Narrated by Francisco Varela, an internationally recognized neuroscientist, the book begins with insightful remarks on the notion of personal identity by noted philosopher Charles Taylor, author of the acclaimed Sources of Self. This sets the stage for Dr. Jerome Engel, Dr. Joyce MacDougal, and others to engage in extraordinary exchanges with the Dalai Lama on topics ranging from the neurology of sleep to the yoga of dreams. Remarkable convergences between the Western scientific tradition and the Buddhist contemplative sciences are revealed. Dr. Jayne Gackenbach's discussion of lucid dreaming, for example, prompts a detailed and fascinating response from the Dalai Lama on the manipulation of dreams by Buddhist meditators. The conversations also reveal provocative divergences of opinion, as when the Dalai Lama expresses skepticism about "Near-Death Experiences" as presented by Joan Halifax. The conversations are engrossing and highly readable. Any reader interested in psychology, neuroscience, Buddhism, or the alternative worlds of dreams will surely enjoy Sleeping, Dreaming, and Dying. Printed Pages: 264. 018829

Price: 16.95 USD
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4 Tibetan Buddhism from the Ground Up: A Practical Approach to Modern Life

B. Alan Wallace with Steven Wilhelm

Wisdom Publications, Boston, USA, 1993, 0-86171-075-4 / 9780861710751, First Edition, Paperback, Brand New, 
As long as our minds are dominated by the conditions of the external world, we are bound to remain in a state of dissatisfaction, always vulnerable to grief and fear. How then can we develop an inner sense of well-being and redefine our relationship to a world that seems unavoidably painful and unkind? Many have found a practical answer to that question in the 2,500-year-old teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. Here at last is an organized overview of these teachings, beginning with the basic themes of the sutras?the general discourses of the Buddha?and continuing through the esoteric concepts and advanced practices of Tantra. Unlike other introductions to Tibetan Buddhism, this accessible, enjoyable work doesn't stop with theory and history, but relates timeless spiritual principles to the pressing issues of modern life, both in terms of our daily experience and our uniquely Western world view. This fascinating, highly readable book asks neither unquestioning faith nor blind obedience to abstract concepts or religious beliefs. Rather, it challenges us to question and investigate life's issues for ourselves in the light of an ancient and effective approach to the sufferings and joys of the human condition. Printed Pages: 228. 018826

Price: 14.00 USD
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