The key to solving most of life's problems lies in understanding the
mind – a state of open awareness. We can connect with this awareness,
rid ourselves of negative judgements, and free ourselves from anger,
frustration, and pain.
Tibetan Meditation offers
practical essays, step-by step exercises, and many illuminating stories.
We learn how to prepare mind and body for meditation, let go of fear
and anxiety, be more honest and compassionate, transcend the illusion of
time, and become more focused and at the same time more relaxed.
new compilation of teachings by Tarthang Tulku features beatiful
design, figure photography, original art details, and illustrated
stories. It addresses all aspects of meditation: what it is, the
attitudes that help us benefit from it, and how to establish and sustain
a satisfying practice. This is an unusually practical and
straightforward introduction to basic priciples of meditation, the
nature of mind, and the importance of taking responsibility for our
attitudes and emotions.
Practitioners at all levels will benefit
from the scope of the exercises and techniques, from postures, breathing
practices, and mantra to mindfulness, visualization, watching mind, and
"Meditation is something you do for yourself –
for your own balance and health. All I can do is direct, point, and give
advice, challenging your assumptions or pointing out more productive
ways to proceed." -Tarthang Tulku
160 pages. Paperback.