Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand: A Concise Discourse on the Path to Enlightenment

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Wisdom Publications, 1991 - Religion - 978 pages
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The classic guide for the study, practice, and realization of Buddhist teachings is one of the most fundamental texts of Tibetan Buddhism. In 1921, legendary teacher Pabongka Rinpoche gave a twenty-four day teaching to a mass gathering of monks, nuns, and laypeople that was a complete synthesis of all the Buddha's teachings. "Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand is a translation from Tibetan of the notes from that teaching taken by Trijang Rinpoche, who became the current Dalai Lama's tutor. This book contains most of the famous "teaching" stories of Tibetan Buddhism.

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User Review  - Jan Hauck - Goodreads

If you follow the teachings in this book, this is probably the only dharma book you're ever going to need. This should be a standard and in my library it is. Read full review

Review: Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand: A Concise Discourse on the Path to Enlightenment

User Review  - Nat - Goodreads

Excellent detailed Dharma book. Felt it opened my eyes to many aspects of Buddhism. have now read it several times. Read full review

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Michael Richards is Lecturer in History at the University of the West of England. His previous publications include A Time of Silence: Civil War and the Culture of Repression in Spain, 1936-1945 (1998).

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