The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying Characters

Sogyal Rinpoche
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Sogyal Rinpoche

The author of the book, Sogyal was born in Tibet prior to the Chinese invasion. Sogyal was only six months old when he entered the monetary, and was taught by Jamyang Khyentse Chtzkyi Lordrtz in the province of Kham. Sogyal is a master himself of Tibetan Buddhism, and has written the novel in an effort to inspire others to find enlightenment, and to assist the dying and deceased. Sogyal firmly believes in the bardos of dying as mirrors to life, and believes all individuals have the right and the power to live and die with wisdom and enlightenment. 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 all to both understand and benefit from his lessons.

Jamyang Khyentse Chtzkyi Lordrtz

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