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In this volume, Traleg Kyabgon offers a fresh translation of the slogans as well as in-depth new commentary of each. After living among and ...
In this volume, Traleg Kyabgon offers a fresh translation of the slogans as well as in-depth new commentary of each. After living among and teaching Westerners for over twenty years, his approach is uniquely insightful into the ways that the slogans could be misunderstood or misinterpreted within our culture. Here, he presents a refreshing and clarifying view, which seeks to correct points of confusion.
Background and tips from a Tibetan master on the use of lojongs, slogans that aid meditation and open the mind.
Posted December 27, 2009
I just finished reading this book. I read it slowly, every morning just after leaving bed. It can easily be read one, two or three pages at a time, since the book is mostly divided into the discussion of 59 short tips (slogans). Indeed, I believe that this book should be read slowly since all of these ideas are profoundly inspiring and potentially life-changing. One or two pages of this book can give you a lot of inspiration for the whole day, if not for all of your life. Lojong is mostly about how to make use of your everyday experiences to improve your spiritualism and the life of us all. The idea of Lojong or Mind Training and its 59 slogans are an old tradition of Tibetan Budhism. The author certainly holds no credit on that, but his profound, and yet clear explanations, make this book a gem.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 10, 2010
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