UD Book Releases
Book “Dream Wisdom” reprinted and available on Amazon
The book “Dream Wisdom, Tarab Rinpoche’s astounding insights – A guide to evolving a life of joy and profound body-mind existential horizons” is re-edited and printed.
It is available on Amazon, both as paperback and e-book (Kindle), see beside.
It is also available in French (LA SAGESSE DU RÊVE: Les étonnantes connaissances de Tarab Rinpoché (French Edition)
Buddhist Psychology I – The Cradle available on Amazon
The UD Module I, Science of Mind Experience and Existence, first week: “Vaibhāṣika-studies” is now published.
It is available on Amazon both as paperback and e-book (Kindle), see beside for preview.
This book is based on UD Training in Brussels, Vaibhāṣika 1995, Module I, Part 1, a copy of which was published in 2014 in connection with the inauguration of Tarab Ling, Dehradun, India in a limited number.
The present version has been edited in 2018 to 2021 and parts has been adopted from the UD Training, MI, Part 1, Vaibhāṣika, Hamburg and Nijmegen respectively in 2003 and 2013; it was finally brought into a comprehensive pedagogic form in 2022-2023.
Tarab Tulku XI,
A Tibetan Lama in Denmark
Authors: Jeanni Andersen, Anne-Sophie Bernstorff
Paperback, 17 x 24 cm.
Tarab Tulku XI was born in 1934. He was soon recognized as the incarnation of Tarab Tulku X and was enthroned at the Tashi Rabten Monastery in Southern Tibet at the age of one year. When he was six, he started his studies at the Drepung Monastic University.
Tarab Tulku’s life reflects the tragic story of Tibet, when the Chinese invaded the country he had to flee on foot across the Himalayas to a life in exile. In an Indian refugee camp he completed his geshe degree.
The Danish Prince Peter and the Dalai Lama assured that Denmark became Tarab Tulku’s new home. He continued his research into Buddhist philosophy and evolved a rare and profound understanding of Western culture and of the Western way of thinking. He developed Unity in Duality.
Tibetan culture and philosophy comes alive through this unique and unconventional personal history of Tarab Tulku.
Other Book Releases
Tibet House US Publication: MAN oF PEACE
The Illustrated Life Story of the Dalai Lama of Tibet
304-page full-color graphic novel.
This graphic novel tells the story of how the Dalai Lama adhered with determination to the path of peace and nonviolence, without turning away from or glossing over the horrors of what was actually happening in Tibet, and is still happening today. It vividly depicts compassionate wisdom brought to bear on the tough decisions that the Dalai Lama and his enlightened leaders, from both monastic and layman communities, have had to make. It also discloses the great efforts of the Western democracies to support and allow the Tibetan culture and its ancient wisdom to survive and evolve. William Meyers, Robert Thurman, and Michael G. Burbank, coauthors of what is in fact an illustrated biography, along with eight remarkably talented artists backed by many supporters, spent six years bringing this inspiring work to fruition. It is our hope that every Tibetan family, Buddhist, or follower of the Gandhian practice of Nonviolence will one day own and share a copy of Man of Peace.
Tibet House US is a nonprofit organization in New York City dedicated to the preservation and renaissance of Tibetan civilization. It maintains a lively museum and cultural center and offers programs in all aspects of the Tibetan arts and sciences.
MORE INFO: https://thus.org
“We can all learn a great deal from reading about the Dalai Lama’s life.– Desmond Tutu
Read this beautiful book and be inspired by the extraordinary way that he has transcended even the most heartbreaking suffering, showing us how we can have love and compassion even for our so-called enemies. The more you learn about this man and his extraordinary life, the more inspired you will be.”