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review Les enseignements secrets dans les sectes bouddhistes tibétaines 103 ë This is an account of the Madhyamika Middle Way school of Buddhism a method of mediation and enlightenment that was developed by the great Indian teacher Nagarjuna In a collaboration between the Frenchwoman Alexandra David Neel and her fEnment worked out by the great Indian sage Nagarjuna Alan Watts The Book The Secret Oral Teachings in Tibetan Buddhist Sects by Alexandra David Neel and Lama Yongden is always on my night stand I return to it again and again in different stages of my life Marina AmbramovicDavid Neél herself is often relegated to the ranks of women adventurers this despite the production of some forty odd books several of which have wielded an extraordinary influence Harry Oldmeadow La Trobe University Bendigo AustraliaAlexandra David Neel was born in 1868 in Paris In her youth she wrote an incendiary anarchist treatise and was an acc. A clear useful introduction to Tibetan Buddhism from a woman who helped introduce the tradition to the West Like most good books on Buddhism there's nothing here that will surprise anyone familiar with the world view But I'm glad I read it in part because of a vocabulary that will seem somewhat archaic to 21st century readers; for example references to the yellow races As long as you can grant the realities of history that's not a problem since the slight jar forces you to focus on the content to look at basic principles of non attachment and the relativity of perception from a different angle Short and to the point Good addition to the Buddhism shelf

Les enseignements secrets dans les sectes bouddhistes tibétainesEnment worked out by the great Indian sage Nagarjuna Alan Watts The Book The Secret Oral Teachings in Tibetan Buddhist Sects by Alexandra David Neel and Lama Yongden is always on my night stand I return to it again and again in different stages of my life Marina AmbramovicDavid Neél herself is often relegated to the ranks of women adventurers this despite the production of some forty odd books several of which have wielded an extraordinary influence Harry Oldmeadow La Trobe University Bendigo AustraliaAlexandra David Neel was born in 1868 in Paris In her youth she wrote an incendiary anarchist treatise and was an acc. A clear useful introduction to Tibetan Buddhism from a woman who helped introduce the tradition to the West Like most good books on Buddhism there's nothing here that will surprise anyone familiar with the world view But I'm glad I read it in part because of a vocabulary that will seem somewhat archaic to 21st century readers; for example references to the yellow races As long as you can grant the realities of history that's not a problem since the slight jar forces you to focus on the content to look at basic principles of non attachment and the relativity of perception from a different angle Short and to the point Good addition to the Buddhism shelf

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Les enseignements secrets dans les sectes bouddhistes tibétaines µ This is an account of the Madhyamika Middle Way school of Buddhism a method of mediation and enlightenment that was developed by the great Indian teacher Nagarjuna In a collaboration between the Frenchwoman Alexandra David Neel and her friend the Tibetan lama Aphur Yongden these teaching are presented clearly and elegantly intended for the layman who seeks a way to practice and experience the realization of oneness with all existencethis is the most direct no nonsense and down to earth explanation of Mahayana Buddhism that has been written Specifically it is a wonderfully lucid account of the Middle Way method of enlight. Filozoficky zaklad tibetskeho buddhismu O podstate sveta cloveka a o tom jak jesebe vnimame se toho napsalo dost Cetla jsem toho sice zlomek ale tohle je hodne zajimave characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Alexandra David-Néel

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Alexandra David-Néel ´ 3 free read Laimed opera singer; then she decided to devote her life to exploration and the study of world religions including Buddhist philosophy She traveled extensively to in Central Asia and the Far East where she learned a number of Asian languages including Tibetan In 1914 she met Lama Yongden who became her adopted son teacher and companion In 1923 at the age of fifty five she disguised herself as a pilgrim and journeyed to Tibet where she was the first European woman to enter Lhasa which was closed to foreigners at the time In her late seventies she settled in the south of France where she lived until her death at 101 in 196. Fascinating