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Awakening the Luminous Mind: Tibetan Meditation for Inner Peace and Joy par [Wangyal Rinpoche, Tenzin]
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Awakening the Luminous Mind is the third book of guided meditation practices in a series by the acclaimed author and teacher, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. Tenzin Rinpoche will guide you to bring these simple practices into your everyday life by turning inward and finding what he calls your “inner refuge.” By this he means boundless space, infinite awareness, and the qualities that arise that have the power to transform your life. As you follow the principles in this book and complimentary audio downloads, you will discover greater creativity and intelligence, liberation from suffering, understanding and connectivity, and freedom from the ego that strives to control our life experiences.


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 171 pages
  • Editeur : Hay House; Édition : Pap/Com (21 juin 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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27 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A roadmap to liberation from suffering 27 juillet 2012
Par Linda Childs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
In this age of "spiritual bypassing", where the temptation to seek one more teacher, try one more route to enlightenment, buy one more book pervades the counterculture, this little gem is what we all have been waiting for: a map that finally leads HOME. Home to the heart of transformation, directly through the pain of samsara via stillness and silence to the spaciousness of one's natural mind. Whatever the reader's belief system, these simple practices support the direct experience of the sacred refuge within.
Tenzin Rinpoche's distillation of these ancient wisdom teachings and his clear step-by-step guidance in their practical application in everyday life take the reader directly to the heart of transformation.
A word to the wise when using the enclosed CD as a support in practice: there is very little time allowed to fully experience the Stillness, Silence and Spaceousness into which the listener is being guided by Rinpoche's words. If you use it this way, a "pause" function on your CD player is highly recommended!
31 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Extraordinarily Skillful Exposition of the Path to the Spirit. 13 juillet 2012
Par Antonia G. Melamed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am an avid reader of Buddhist and Tibetan books as well as "The Course of Miracles". Always I am looking for clues on how to heal the mind of the voices of guilt and anxiety with which the ego constantly plagues us all. In my messages to Friends I have usually stressed becoming aware of and then looking at these voices from a detached viewpoint giving one the ability to "stand apart" from them and thus heal. In this process I have persisted with varying success. Until now I never had guidance with what to do with those mind games except to watch without engaging until they dissipate. This indeed is a core of the process (non-engagement) but I knew intuitively something was missing. Every book on Buddhist meditation and Christian prayer stopped after telling the practitioner to watch the mind. They never advise what one is to do with the thoughts except to note the thoughts, let them dissolve and in Christianity take them to God/Jesus in prayer. Finally I have found a little book that gives some very skillful directions.

The three mind watching instructions are called "Finding Refuge in the Three Doors." It is essential that one is totally nonjudgmental of oneself and others when utilizing these doors. The first is stillness. When in pain just be with the body's pain concentrating on stillness. Eventually the pain dissipates. That's not to say you ignore pain killers and be a martyr. But to also have a mindset around the pain of stillness, neither reacting against the pain nor reveling in it. The pain will dissipate.

The second door is silence. Everyone has mind voices that remember the guilt surrounding an event or voices that talk extraneously like "what we are cooking for dinner?" during prayer and/or meditation. As we become aware of these thoughts they can haunt you. The antidote is silence. Watching non-judgmentally and with awareness concentrate on silence. Since the mind is not engaging the voices, the voices fade away.

The third door is space. When frightened, angry, analyzing, jealous, prideful, in an anxiety attack etc., try to watch one's mind "from above the conflict" and find the space within the ego's gyrations. See the fracas as it is: "much to do about nothing". The ego attack will dissipate.

But the three doors are just the first act. The question then becomes who is doing the observing? The author continues with an exploration of the nature of the mind in exquisite detail using the "heart instructions" by Dawa Gyaltsen and a CD with meditations on these instructions. What follows is a remarkable exposition of the path to the spirit. The instructions are: Vision is Mind, Mind is Empty, Emptiness is Clear Light, Clear Light is Union, and Union is Great Bliss. Each meditation segment is throughly discoursed. There is a final chapter entitled The Treasury of the Natural Mind. These latter musings or refuges are even more skillful than the beginning of the book with the three doors. One is taken on a journey that goes to one's core. The reader cannot help but find the "that of God" within oneself. This book and accompanying CD are remarkable life changing jewels.
22 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dharma for the 21st Century 13 juillet 2012
Par Frank Ra - Author of "BioHarmonizing" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In "Awakening The Luminous Mind: Tibetan Meditation for Inner Peace and Joy", Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche speaks the timeless wisdom of Dharma using a contemporary lexicon. He shares the path of taking refuge and the blissful union with our real self.

He explains refuge can be taken:
- in the stillness of the body: when agitation has chosen us, we can be grateful for this opportunity to take refuge in stillness;
- through the silence of speak: when the complaining mindset has chosen us, we can be grateful for this opportunity to take refuge in silence;
- through the spaciousness of the mind: when our mind feels overwhelmed, we can be grateful for this opportunity to give ourselves the space we already are.

With guided meditations you can read and listen to, using the complimentary CD offered with the book, This is one of the most concise and clear introductions to uniting with Dzogchen, our real mind.

I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes.
36 internautes sur 44 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A book among books! 25 juin 2012
Par D. C Tuttle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The teachings in this short book are astonishingly simple and direct. I have several books on dzogchen and none of them have this quality. It's as if every question a Western student has ever come up with is answered as part of the instruction. At times while I read it, instead of the usual questions popping up, I actually found myself deep in practice. That's never happened before.

Anyone who has suffered from pain (everyone) will find this book extremely helpful. For example, the author tells the story of a Western friend of his, a long time meditator, who tells him "I'm finally beginning to know myself". His friend had discovered, much to his surprise, that he was a jealous person. This is our typical Western understanding of "knowing yourself". We are all about psychology.

However Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche found this curious. To him, all his friend had done was get in touch with a hidden aspect of his "pain body", which is in no way considered to be the real self.

Discovering the real self and relieving pain is what this book is all about.

I could go on, but hopefully I've given you an idea of just how special this book is. It's truly a rare gem in my library. One with the potential to be life changing. You just have to be willing to look at yourself--your real self. A self which is more powerful than any of your problems. A self that is still, silent, and spacious.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An uncomplicated path to Bliss 10 septembre 2012
Par Mark Simkin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
In my experience Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is the best of the Tibetan Buddhist masters teaching in English. He has a wonderful ability to give us the essence of the Dzogchen direct method without a lot of jargon and complicated language and philisophical abstraction - something that I probably won't be able to altogether avoid in this review, but I'll do my best. The techniques presented in this book, as in all his works, are simple and direct. As I understand it the method is as follows: find the stillness within the body, the silence in speech, and the spaciousness within the Heart-Mind, and you can abide in the Bliss of natural essence, that which we always are both beyond and within all manifest phenomena. Rinpoche takes us through 5 meditations that help us experience that 1. Our perception of phenomena is a function of our own mental conditioning and has no inherent reality (Vision is Mind) 2. Our mental-emotional constructs are formed from and of Mind, which is essentially beyond all conditioning (Empty), no matter what form it assumes (Mind is Empty) 3. The emptiness or "qualitylessness" of Mind is imbuded with and pervaded by a Luminous Awareness or Presence that is Consciousness itself (Emptiness is Clear Light) 4. This Awareness/Consciousness/Presence is one with and not separate from the unconditioned ground of being from which all manifestation arises (Clear Light is Union) 5. The inherent quality of this union of Clear Light and Emptiness, and our experience when we abide in this Union, is Great Bliss (Union is Great Bliss). Our access to this Great Bliss is simply through the portal of stillness/silence/spaciousness that can be found in all experience. The book is accompanied by a CD of guided meditations, available as MP3 downloads for the Kindle Version. If you can achieve the realizations taught in this book then Peace and Joy are yours. Suffice it to say this is a great book!
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