Published: Dec. 07, 2012
Words: 2,220 (approximate)
Description: A Tibetan Buddhist classic by Thogme Zangpo, 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva is given a lovingly expanded and updated translation and commentary by Brian Robertson. For beginners to longtime students the book is a practical manual and contains such famous lines such as: "All suffering comes from wanting only your own happiness. Perfect awakening is born from wanting to benefit others."
A Tibetan Buddhist classic by Thogme Zangpo, 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva is given a lovingly expanded and updated translation and commentary by Buddhist writer Brian Robertson. The book is perfect for beginners or longtime students and is a practical manual about how an Awakening Being acts and handles life's occasional rough spots -- like in themselves and with other people! The book contains such famous lines such as: "All suffering comes from wanting only your own happiness. Perfect awakening is born from wanting to benefit others."
, tibetan buddhism
, bodhisattva vow
, gyalsey thokmey sangpo
, thogme zangpo
, thogmed zangpo
, togme zongpo
, tokme zangpo
, 37 practices of a bodhisattva
, ngulchu thogme zangpo
, nglchu thogma
, nglchu thogme zangpo
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on Jan. 30, 2013 :
Great book. Breaks down teachings of Buddhism into very easy to understand forms.
I will refer back to this text often.
(review of free book)