"Path to Buddhahood constitutes one of the best introductions to the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism available today. In simple, intelligent language, using images that appeal to our everyday experience and yet are surprisingly subtle, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche guides us with clarity to the discovery of the basic principles of the contemplative and philosophical path of Buddhism as it is practiced in Tibet." -- from the Foreword by Matthieu Ricard
"A rich and engaging portrayal of the unfolding of spiritual experience. Drawing on one of the great classics of Tibetan Buddhism, Ringu Tulku uses colorful imagery, examples, and stories that make this a difficult book to put down." -- Reginald A. Ray
Born in Eastern Tibet in 1952, RIngu Tulku has been a university professor of Tibetan Studies for seventeen years and a visiting professor at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, for five years. He is the director of seven meditation centers in Europe, the United States, and India, and he travels and teaches extensively in Europe and the United States.
184 pages. Paperback.