Bamso: The Art of Dreams

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Penguin, Dec 1, 2009 - Religion - 336 pages
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A journey through the mysterious world of dreams.

In this mystical memoir of his spiritual journey through the world of Dreams, teacher of pre-Buddist Tibetan martial arts and philosophy Asanaro describes his apprenticeship with his master, Alsam. As the young apprentice opens his vision to the Astral World, he learns that the art of mental projection allows him to jump through time and space . . . and what he discovers isn?t at all what he had expected.

Written in the form of a teaching story, Bamso uncovers for readers the fundamentals of astral projection and ?doubling?? the art of lucid dreaming. Presented in an engaging yet instructive manner, this book will captivate fans of Carlos Castaneda and Paulo Coelho.

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Title Page Copyright Page Dedication
Acknowledgements Preface
Apprentice of Dreams
Artisans of Mind
Three Movements and a
From the Osseous to the Subtle
The Agony of Lights
Beings of Blindness
If There Were No Limits on the Mind
Bon Voyage
The Old Designs of the Desert
A Road to the Universe

Beyond Dreams
The Weight of Shadows
Gold Rumors Bread and Circuses
The Last Voyage
Being the Dream of Time

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About the author (2009)

Asanaro has dedicated more than twenty years to the study and teaching of alternative arts and philosophy originating in pre-Buddhist Tibet, especially with regard to meditation through the union of body and mind. He has taught around the world, and has developed schools in South America, Europe, and the United States. He lives in Massachusetts.

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