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Blazing Splendor by Rinpoche Urgyen (Tulku)

Title Blazing Splendor
Author Rinpoche Urgyen (Tulku)
Publisher Rangjung Yeshe Publications
Release 2005
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9627341568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With unsurpassed honesty and humility, the highly influential meditation master Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche offers a glimpse into the remarkable reality of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as an in depth portrait of the lost culture of old Tibet. This grand narrative stretches across generations, providing an inspiring glimpse into a realm of remarkable human achievement quite different from our familiar, mundane world. Intimate in tone, these personal memoirs recount the influences and experiences that shaped one of the great spiritual teachers of our time. Blazing Splendor is of both spiritual and historical importance.

Blazing Splendor by Rinpoche Urgyen (Tulku)

Title Blazing Splendor
Author Rinpoche Urgyen (Tulku)
Publisher
Release 2005
Category Lamas
Total Pages 432
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Text to Tradition by Deven M. Patel

Title Text to Tradition
Author Deven M. Patel
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release 2014-01-07
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 280
ISBN 0231536534
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Written in the twelfth century, the Naisadhiyacarita (The Adventures of Nala, King of Nisadha) is a seminal Sanskrit poem beloved by South Asian literary communities for nearly a millennium. This volume introduces readers to the poem's author, his reading communities, the modes through which the poem has been read and used, the contexts through which it became canonical, its literary offspring, and the emotional power it still holds for the culture that values it. Text to Tradition privileges the intellectual, affective, and social forms of cultural practice that inform a region's people and institutions. It also proposes a new way to conduct literary historiography, understanding literary texts as "traditions" in their own right and emphasizing the various players and critical genres involved in their reception. The book underscores the importance of the close study of individual works to building a history of literary cultures. In addition, it creates a groundbreaking model for approaching the study of other venerated South Asian texts.

Title Hagiography and Religious Truth
Author Rico G. Monge
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2016-09-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1474235786
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The hagiographic materials from the world's religions can tell us much about the beliefs and practices of the people, yet the limited degree to which hagiography has been used as an instrument for understanding diverse religious traditions is surprising. Hagiography and Religious Truth provides a clearer understanding of the ways hagiography functions to disclose truth for practitioners and suggests various ways that these underexploited sources enrich our comprehension of broader issues in religious studies. This volume provides a much-needed cross-cultural and interreligious comparison of saints' lives, iconography, and devotional practices. The contributors show that hagiographic sources can in fact be “truths of manifestation,” which function as vehicles for prefiguring, configuring, and refiguring religious, social, and cultural life. The editors argue that some meanings simply cannot be communicated effectively through historical-critical methodologies. By exploring how hagiography functions throughout several of the world's religious traditions, this volume illustrates how various modes of hagiography articulate religious ideas and uniquely represent conceptions of sanctity.

History of the Karmapas by Lama Kunsang

Title History of the Karmapas
Author Lama Kunsang
Publisher Shambhala Publications
Release 2012
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 316
ISBN 1559393904
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Masters of esoteric knowledge and miraculous practices, the lineage of the Karmapas is the earliest of all the recognized incarnate linages and is said to descend from the great Indian tantric master Tilopa through a chain that includes Naropa, Marpa, and Milarepa. The Karmapas are distinguished by their black crowns, said to have been woven by dakinis and symbolizing the activity of the buddhas. Unlike other Tibetan Buddhist lineage heads, each Karmapa has specific knowledge of his next reincarnation and leaves behind a "Last Testament," a letter to his disciples describing the place and circumstances of their future rebirth, the name of their parents, and so on. At a very young age each successive incarnation is often able to recognize himself as the Karmapa. In their recounting of the histories of the seventeen Karmapas, the authors reveal the universal and marvelous concealed in the everyday world. Their lively account, peppered with anecdotes, is the most comprehensive in the West on this subject, with information from Tibetan, Chinese, Mongolian, French, and English sources. There are over 50 illustrations/photos in color and black and white.

Title Songs of Ireland and Other Lands
Author
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Release 1847
Category Songs, English
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Dedicated to the Soul Sole Good of Humanity
Author Maria Paige Vosacek
Publisher Light Technology Publishing
Release 1994-01-01
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 283
ISBN 0964068397
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Who are you? What are you? From whence have you come? Where are you destined to go? --Socrates As a doorway to the light, this book offers a vision of the world we would create if our lives honored the supreme force, God the Father. Through personal experiences and her own visionary view, the author offers a “feast for thought†illuminated with verses from the Bible. “The finite is the infinite waiting to be freed. Evil (error) is good gone astray ... the misguidance of the One Power. The child of God with the unlit candle upon the altar of the heart is the child who seeks to light the candle but knows it not ... for the breath of ignorance has tombed the wanting sightless eye.†To open the unseeing eyes of the reader, there is a series of explorations, drawn from her life of seeing beyond the doorway into the Light. It is profoundly moving and inspiring. Messages communicated through nature Dreams, voices and visions in “Divine Light†Healing oneself and others with love UFOs Family, relationships, marriage and children Dreamtime/spiritual classroom Crystals as windows of Light and intelligence Transmutation and ascension

The Fiery Furnace by Margaret Wood Little

Title The Fiery Furnace
Author Margaret Wood Little
Publisher Dorrance Publishing
Release 2009-12
Category History
Total Pages 278
ISBN 1434904865
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Modern Christianity Corrupted by Robert Klingenberg

Title Modern Christianity Corrupted
Author Robert Klingenberg
Publisher First Edition Design Pub.
Release 2012-06-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 169
ISBN 1622870271
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The roots of an insidious Religious Humanism have for some time now steadily been growing deeper and deeper and taking a firm hold in the modern Christian Church in America and across the world. The lethality of this rooting is that Religious Humanism is filled with false teachings which are historically known as heresies.

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