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Satori Now: Awakening your Highest Self

The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva

Tokme Zangpo

Retold by David Tuffley


But if you do not find an intelligent companion, a wise and well-behaved person going the same way as yourself, then go on your way alone, like a king abandoning a conquered kingdom, or like a great elephant in the deep forest – The Buddha.


Published by David Tuffley at Smashwords

Copyright 2011 David Tuffley

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Acknowledgement to Tokme Zangpo, Santideva, the Sugatas, the Buddha and all the Bodhisattvas who have gone before to show the Way to enlightenment.


Introduction

Thirty-seven Practices of a Bodhisattva is an ancient text written in the 14th Century BCE by Tokme Zangpo, a Buddhist monk and scholar who was born in Puljung, south west of the Sakya Monastery in Tibet.

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