He stresses throughout the novel the benefits of meditation, karmic acts, love, compassion and a strong desire to assist others in the process of death. His lessons are taught in a cohesive, systematic method that allows his students to both understand and benefit from his lessons.
Jamyang Khyentse Chtzkyi Lordrtz
He is described as a tall Tibetan man with short, silver hair, humorous eyes, and a deep, rich voice.
He is described as a bright, chubby individual with a constant smile and good-natured temper, always willing to assist others.
Described as 'immensely human,' he was over sixty, tall, with grey hair and a profound gentleness. When he falls ill along the journey to central Tibet, he chooses not to burden anyone, and instead quietly dies in his tent.
He is known as one of the most powerful meditation masters and...
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