The Tibetan Book of Living and DyingBook - 1998
`One of the most helpful books I have ever read` John Cleese `It is marvellous: it will bring comfort to all those who are facing death, either of a loved one or their own, and addresses people of all f aiths or those who have none. Like all the great teachings, it is both simple and complex, and full of love and compssion`. Joanna Lumley `This book represents an apex in human wisdom: it is radiant gem transmiting the accumulated insights of centuries of Tibetan Buddhism. With great gentleness and penetrating clarity, it boldly asks us to see death not as an `if' or a `when' but s a `how'. Larry Dossey In THE TIBETAN BOOK OF LIVING AND DYING, a distinguished Buddhist teacher clarifies the majestic vision of life and death that under-lines the Tibetan tradition-and shows us how we can use this knowledge to help the dying in general, face the death of our loved ones, and deepen our understanding of life.
Publisher: London : Rider, 1998, c1992.
Branch Call Number: 155.937 RIN
Characteristics: xiv, 425 p. : 1 port. ; 20 cm.