The Tibetan Book of the Dead (edited by John Baldock)

The Tibetan Book of the Dead (edited by John Baldock)

John Baldock Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup / Oct 14, 2019

The Tibetan Book of the Dead edited by John Baldock None

  • Title: The Tibetan Book of the Dead (edited by John Baldock)
  • Author: John Baldock Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup
  • ISBN: 9781782121565
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This was one of the books on my Book Bucket List, and I'm glad I finally read it, but overall I was disappointed. I disagreed with the teachings of this book. First, there is the assumption that being reborn into a new life is a bad thing, but some may find being in the cycle of sangsara to be enlightenment within itself. Secondly, the book tells the deceased that the Peaceful and Wrathful deities are not real, and come from within the deceased's own mind, but then goes on to describe the deitie [...]



    2. Of the many versions of this text that I have read this has been the easiest to understand and read. The Tibetan Book of the Dead can be confusing and was an ancient manuscript that the lama read out to the recently decease. It is a guide to help the decease person reach the clear light of enlightenment and help avoid returning to the realm of samsara and the six realms of this existence. It is read out loud for a period of 49 days while the consciousness of the individual is in the bardo or the [...]


    3. A great take on the afterlifeAccording to the Tibetan book of the Dead, the Bardo awaits all who pass from this plane. Rebirth or Higher enlightenment awaits.


    4. A quite literal translation of the recitals read to the newly deceased from ancient Tibetan Buddhist cultures and accompanying descriptions of the process. Great news! There are no dead people. If you grasp karmic evolution and dimensions beyond the third, you'll love the implications of Dharma that nestle here. If not, it will read like utter nonsense I'm afraid. Calling all Buddhists. This book is of gold. The Zen wheel turns on its axis of emptiness. It's garments - the luminous space of dark [...]


    5. I have some basic knowledge of Buddhism and was hoping that this would provide more insight into this belief system by translating and explaining its main texts. Sadly while this did provide a translation of the Book of the Dead it didn't provide much in the way of explanation. And the translation itself came across old fashioned and out dated (it was very Old English), which made it all the more difficult to read. I'm glad I've read it but feel that this could've been much better.


    6. This is not the best translation of this work that I've read, though it's not the worst by far.Still an intriguing book for karma minded people. It does get a little hard to read at some points. if you're not in to this sort of reading, don't start with this book. Also, a little knowledge of Buddhism definitely helps.


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