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Deity Yoga: In Action And Performance Tantra (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 1987

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Jeffrey Hopkins, PhD, served for a decade as the interpreter for the Dalai Lama. A Buddhist scholar and the author of more than thirty-five books, he is Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia, where he founded the largest academic program in Tibetan Buddhist studies in the West.

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Essential Reading for Dharma Practitioners 31 mars 2006
Par Bokhara - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The 3 books in this series provide clarity where little normally is to be Tibetan Tantric teachings. HHDL does a splendid job in the first volume (A MUST read) to eliminate confusion on different methods of Tantric practice. In this second volume in the series he again adds his characteristic insight to Deity Yoga. I sincerely believe no one should enter Tantric practice until they read all three of the books in the series.
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Dense, difficult, delightful 7 août 2009
Par Kieran Fox - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Reading this book with even an inkling of understanding of what is actually being taught (which is all I can claim) gives the feeling of stumbling across teachings that simply were not meant for everybody.... it is frequently said in Buddhist circles that there are special teachings meant only to be passed on to worthy students by qualified gurus. I never thought before that practices could really be 'dangerous' without guidance -- but now that I've read this book.... well. As the other reviewer stated, it is quite clear, well-written/translated, and displays the profundity Tenzin Gyatso is capable of when he wants to be (vs. his many, MANY recent 'pop' Buddhism books which I have never found very enlightening). The reason for this information being made commercially available is explained in the first book in the series, "Tantra in Tibet" by the same authors/translator: there is so much nonsense and misinformation being published and taught about tantra-this and tantra-that that revealing absurdly advanced teachings to anyone and everyone seems (to the Dalai Lama) less harmful than allowing this free-for-all of revisionist Buddhist tantra from propagating unchecked any longer.

Beware: this book is dense, intense, not for beginners (of which I am one). The practices detailed here are enough to destabilize one's mind. Authoritative and mind-opening. For those who might be in Asia, I picked up the exact same book under a plain cover and the name "The Yoga of Tibet" here in India for a few dollars.... exact same contents, different cover/title for some reason.

4/5 stars only because perhaps these teachings aren't really meant to be just this easily available. And because despite being clear, the book is really not accessible to someone without a fairly significant background in Buddhist studies/practices. Otherwise excellent.
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