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Trungpa Collection

Shakyamuni along with pre existenceThe Collected Works of Chögyam Trungpa

Brings together in eight volumes the writings of the first and most influential and inspirational Tibetan teachers to present Buddhism in the West. Organized by theme, the collection includes full-length books as well as articles, seminar transcripts, poems, plays, and interviews, many of which have never before been available in book form. From memoirs of his escape from Chinese-occupied Tibet to insightful discussions of psychology, mind, and meditation; from original verse and calligraphy to the esoteric lore of tantric Buddhism - the impressive range of Trungpa's vision, talents, and teachings is showcased in this landmark series.

Chögyam Trungpa (1940–1987) was a meditation master, teacher, and artist who founded Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, and an international association of meditation centers known as Shambhala International. He is the author of numerous books.
— From the inside flap

Vol. 1

Trungpa - Collected Works vol. 1 - coverThe Collected Works of Chögyam Trungpa
— Volume 1

· Born in Tibet
· Meditation in Action
· Mudra
· Selected Writings

Volume One contains Trungpa's early writings in Great Britain, including Born in Tibet (1966), the memoir of his youth and training; Meditation in Action (1969), a classic on the practice of meditation; and Mudra (1972), a collection of verse. Among the selected articles from the 1960s and '70s are early teachings on compassion and the bodhisattva path. Other articles contain unique information on the history of Buddhism in Tibet; an exposition of teachings of dzogchen with the earliest meditation instruction by Trungpa Rinpoche ever to appear in print; and an intriguing discussion of society and politics, which may be the first recorded germ of the Shambhala teachings.
— From the inside flap

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  • Comment Link Elber Tuesday, 18 August 2020 23:35 posted by Elber

    I have no words to thank you enough. Wonderful job!

    May all sentient beings be benefit !

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