Freedom! Escaping The Prison Of The Mind

After going absent without leave from the British army, Ozay Rinpoche begins down a path that leads to solitary confinement in prison. There he establishes a disciplined program of exercise, Bible-reading, and meditation. Pushing himself to meditate for four hours at a time, he arrives at a point of liberation. Ozay's story is the universal story of self-discovery and redemption. More

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About Ozay Rinpoche

Talking about myself is so boring. Nothing of interest to anyone else so instead I will share a bit of information about my experience with the author of this book that I have published here for him: Living with Ozay makes me see how very blessed I am. What this man has to give you do not find easily. There are so many books on the market all making promises. What makes this book different? Well it is up to you what you get out of it. Ozay leads you from blindness, conditioning, morality, mechanical use of mind to freedom, inner freedom. It is up to you what you get out of this book. It is all up to you what you do with each word written within this book. You can just read it and put it down without having any visible change within yourself. Or you can read it and contemplate, meditate within yourself bit by bit and transformation will take place. Ozay's life story is very interesting and Derek Cameron has done a great job by editing this book. If you are looking for instruction how to read dreams this book is not for you. In the appendix there is one chapter talking about dreams but only very briefly. If you are looking for in-depth information about dreams you will have to wait until Ozay's book about dreams comes out, hopefully 2009. Do you want to free yourself from suffering, pain, imprisonment of the uncontrolled mind? then this is the book for you. Very helpful read for people who are in prison. They will be able to identify with Ozay very easily and draw strength from Ozay's experience to be free while being in prison.

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