Objects & Places from The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

Sogyal Rinpoche
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Bardos

This is the constantly changing realities of one's existence. Defined originally as the state between death and rebirth, Sogyal redefines the word to include all junctures in life where one can become enlightened, liberated, or introduced to potential.

Samsara

This is endless cycle of life, death, and rebirth seen by the Buddhist tradition as an uncontrolled cycle of suffering. Sogyal believes an end to this should be the pursuit of all individuals.

Lu

The body, or translated from Tibetan language as 'something you leave behind.' Sogyal believes all individuals should be less concerned with this external baggage, and more concerned with the internal karma and wisdom of the mind.

Ng? Jung

The Tibetan word for 'renunciation,' this phrase refers to the idea of actual emergence.

Lhodrak Kharchu

This is a province of Tibet and the location of the cave of the great saint and father...

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