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Tibetan treasure literature

revelation, tradition, and accomplishment in visionary Buddhism

by Andreas Doctor

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Published by Snow Lion Publications in Ithaca, N.Y, Boulder, Colorado .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gter ma.,
  • Rñiṅ-ma-pa (Sect) -- History.,
  • Buddhist literature, Tibetan -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAndreas Doctor.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBQ7662.2 .D63 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3399248M
    ISBN 101559392363
    ISBN 109781559392365
    LC Control Number2005013028

    As part of its mission to provide open access to all scholarly aspects of the mind-body subject, ISHAR regularly makes full-text historical books available to our users. We've uploaded another three books to our Tibetan books page, along with brief summaries of the texts and Tibetan literature in general, compiled by Dr. William Thodol or Tibetan Book of the Dead. Tibetan Buddhism (also Indo-Tibetan Buddhism) is the form of Buddhism practiced in Tibet where it is the dominant religion. It is also found in the regions surrounding the Himalayas (such as Bhutan, Ladakh, and Sikkim), much of Central Asia, the Southern Siberian regions such as Tuva, as well as Mongolia.. Tibetan Buddhism is a form of Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism stemming from the latest. Eight Tibetan opera narratives express Buddhist concepts in myths and stories for the enjoyment and edification of readers of all ages. Timeless Buddhist ideas come to life in the myths and stories in Tales from the Tibetan ally vibrant, these eight classic lhamo stories have continued to delight and edify Tibetan audiences of all backgrounds, from village children to learned Released on: J Ronald M. Davidson, in addition to being a co-editor, is a contributing author, "Imperial Agency in the Gsar-ma Treasure Texts during the Tibetan Renaissance: the Rgyal po bla gter and Related Literature", pp. Collectively, the papers of this volume reveal the cultural dynamism of Tibet in the period between and CE, when the.


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The Treasure tradition of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism posits that in the eighth century, various adepts hid spiritual instructions (gter ma, lit. “Treasures”) for the purpose of future discovery at auspicious times. Tibetan Treasure Literature discusses central themes and personalities in the history and practice of this Cited by: 4.

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"Andreas Doctor's Tibetan Treasure Literature is a treasure trove of fresh insights into the fascinating forces at work in the continuing development of Tibetan Buddhism. By giving extensive new access to centuries of Tibet's remarkable visionary literature, he uncovers a multitude of Tibetan strategies to establish religious authenticity and unity amidst tremendous historico-cultural change.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Tibetan Treasure Literature: Revelation, Tradition, and Accomplishment in Visionary Buddhism by Andreas Doctor (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The Treasure tradition of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism is richly permeated with wonder and controversy.

This unique and mysterious tradition embraces revelation as the primary path to spiritual awakening. Over the course of Tibetan Author: Andreas Doctor. in chapter 2, which looks at the traditional Tibetan polemics on revelation and examines the influence of this eristical literature on the subsequent perceptions of the Treasures in the West.

In conclusion, this chapter offers additional thoughts on Treasure authenticity centered File Size: 7MB.

Tibetan Treasure Literature discusses central themes and personalities in the history and practice of Tibetan Treasure revelation.

In particular, this book presents the first thorough survey of the revelations of the great visionary master Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa ().

Chokgyur Lingpa was a prominent member of the famed ecumenical (ris 5/5(1). Dedicated to Geshe Lhundup Sopa, a Tibetan scholar/monk who has done much to open Western eyes to his country's religious and literary treasures, Tibetan Literature is the first book to address the immense variety of Tibet's literary heritage.

An introductory essay by the editors attempts to assess the overall nature of "literature" in Tibet. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doctor, Andreas, Tibetan treasure literature. Ithaca, N.Y.: Snow. Tibetan Treasure Literature.

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Rev. Marc Handley Andrus. Vajra Wisdom. Stemming from the Nyingma school of Buddhism, Terma (Tibetan: གཏེར་མ་, Wylie: gter ma; "hidden treasure") literature consists of systematically hidden "treasures", "blessed words and objects said to originate in the enlightened intent of buddhas and bodhisattvas".

(Doctor, 17) intended to be discovered by a predestined tertön, a treasure revealer, at a designated time in the. Andreas Doctor. Tibetan Treasure Literature: Revelation, Tradition, and Accomplishment in VisionaryN.Y.: Snow Lion Publications, Hardcover, pp.

The Nyingma Order of Tibetan Buddhism is well known for its literature of “hidden treasures” (terma), which are usually precious spiritual teachings that have been concealed by great adepts during the seventh to ninth. TIBETAN TREASURE LITERATURE: REVELATION, TRADITION, AND ACCOMPLISHMENT IN VISIONARY BUDDHISM.

Andreas Doctor. Ithaca, NY: Snow Lion Publications, Pp. $, ISBN 1‐‐‐3. This book combines an overview of the career of Chokgyur Lingpa (‐70), a short study of the genre of Tibetan treasure literature, and several. The literature of the Tibetan Book of the Dead contains esoteric yoga teachings and liturgical directives focused on a maṆḌala of one hundred peaceful and wrathful deities (Tibetan, zhi khro rigs brgya) and includes detailed religious instructions to be employed at the moment of death and during the perilous intermediate state leading to a.

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Yet, in the Tibetan Nyingma Treasure Revelatory tradition, the ongoing vitality of textual production often has more to do with the fresh blessings rather than altogether novel content.

This book is the first to analyse precise continuities and changes in comparing the new and the old, considering examples of the creation and development of. The Treasury of Knowledge. The Treasury of Knowledge is the largest single work by a Tibetan author translated into English. In Tibetan religious literature, its ten books stand out as a unique, encyclopedic masterpiece embodying the entire range of Buddhist teachings as they were preserved in Tibet.

Tibetan translations of Indian biographies are somewhat more rare, and it is a sample of this translated literature that I want to examine here: [page 58] the Caturaśitisiddhapravṛtti, in Tibetan the Grub thob brgyad bcu rtsa bzhi'i lo rgyus ("The Lives of the Eighty-four Siddhas").

This text, originally written in Sanskrit by the twelfth. The Tibetan Book of the Dead is "immaculately rendered in an English both graceful and precise." Translated with the close support of leading contemporary masters and hailed as “a tremendous accomplishment,†this book faithfully presents the insights and intentions of the original Size: KB.

The Tibetan Book of the Dead edited by Graham Coleman, Thupten Jinpa, translated by Gyurme Dorje (Viking) is by far the most popular example of indigenous Tibetan Buddhist treasure literature.

An edition was issued in by Oxford University Press Pages: Note Citation for Page. Janet B. Gyatso, “Drawn from the Tibetan Treasury: The gTer ma Literature, ” i n Tibetan Literature: Studies in Genre, ed.

José Ignacio Cabezón and Roger R. Jackson (Ithaca, NY: Snow Lion Publications, ). Bibliographic Citation. Gyatso, Janet B. “Drawn from the Tibetan Treasury: The gTer ma Literature.

” i n Tibetan Literature: Studies in Genre. Introduction. The most famous work of Tibetan literature known to the West, the Tibetan Book of the Dead (Bardo Thödol), has become the normative source for European and American popular understandings of Tibetan Buddhist conceptions of us translations, commentaries, and comparative studies continue to be produced both by scholars and adherents of the tradition.

The Tibetan Book of the Dead edited by Graham Coleman, Thupten Jinpa, translated by Gyurme Dorje (Viking) is by far the most popular example of indigenous Tibetan Buddhist treasure literature. An edition was issued in by Oxford University Press 5/5(5).

Author: John Baldock; Publisher: Arcturus Publishing ISBN: Category: Religion Page: N.A View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Said to have its origins in the 'treasure texts' that were supposedly hidden away by Padmasambhava, the Lotus Guru, in Tibet in the 8th century, The Tibetan Book of the Dead was traditionally read aloud to the dying or recently deceased as a guide to the afterlife.

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Tibetan literature: a library in exile by Wah-Ming Chang. A treasure trove of Tibetan literature has left its temporary home in New York for Asia. Instead of ending up in Lhasa, however, the collection of original wood blocks and unbound pages now resides in China’s Southwest University of Nationalities.

In her recent book about the lives and love letters of Golok based Tibetan treasure revealer couple Khandro Tare Lhamo () and Namtrul Rinpoche (), Holly Gayley () underscores the importance of sexual yoga practices in treasure revelation and decipherment.

She outlines a situation where a talented yogini was the primary. Ian A. Baker studied literature and comparative religion at Oxford University and Columbia University. He is an initiate of Buddhist as well as Taoist and Hindu Tantric lineages and lived for more than 25 years in India and Nepal where he studied with some of the greatest luminaries of the Tibetan tradition, including H.H.

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for a collection of Tibetan ritual and literary texts concerned with Death, Intermediate States (Sanskrit, antarābhava; Tibetan, Bardo), and Rebirth. In Tibetan the collection is actually titled Bardo Thödol Chenmo (Great Liberation upon.

Tibetan Buddhists believe Padmasambhava hid these texts for future masters called tertons to find at the right time. Bardo Thodol, or Book of Liberation Through Hearing in the Bardo, often known by the mistranslated title Tibetan Book of the Dead, is the most famous treasure text.

A guide to the experience of death and rebirth, it was found and. Tibetan yoga is the hidden treasure at the heart of the Tibetan Tantric Buddhist tradition: a spiritual and physical practice that seeks an expanded experience of the human body and its energetic and cognitive potential.

This is the subject of a fascinating new book by Ian A. Baker, Tibetan Yoga: Principles and Practices (Inner Traditions ). During the Tibetan Renaissance ( C.E.), monks and yogins translated an enormous number of Indian Buddhist texts.

They employed the evolving literature and practices of esoteric Buddhism as the basis to reconstruct Tibetan religious, cultural, and political institutions. Tibet--monasteries open their treasure rooms--the exhibition and its book. Link/Page Citation As the title of this exceptional presentation of Tibetan art announces, monasteries and other institutions like the Potala and the Norbulingka palaces in Lhasa have opened their doors--in many cases for the first time--and sent their treasures abroad.

The Bardo Thodrol (popularly known in English as The Tibetan Book of the Dead) presents Tibetan Buddhist teachings related to death and the afterlife. The text is believed to have originated from. UVa Omeka instance. In the early eighteenth century, the great Bon-po treasure revealer (tertön) Rikdzin Kundröl Drakpa (Rig 'dzin Kun grol grags pa, b) had a series of mystical visions of Dampa Rangdröl (Dam pa rang grol, b), the twelfth century author of the "Bon-po Book of the Dead.".Ronald M.

Davidson, in addition to being a co-editor, is a contributing author, "Imperial Agency in the Gsar-ma Treasure Texts during the Tibetan Renaissance: the Rgyal po bla gter and Related Literature", pp. Collectively, the papers of this volume reveal the cultural dynamism of Tibet in the period between and CE, when the fundamental contours of Tibetan Buddhism were still Author: Ronald M.

Davidson, Christian Wedemeyer.The most famous work of Tibetan literature known to the West, the Tibetan Book of the Dead (Bardo Thödol), has become the normative source for European and American popular understandings of Tibetan Buddhist conceptions of death.

according to the Guhyagarbha Tantra system. This treasure-anthology was allegedly authored in the 8th century.