The Principal Teachings of Buddhism (Classics of Middle Asia)

The Principal Teachings of Buddhism (Classics of Middle Asia)

Tsongkhapa Lobsang Tharchin Michael Roach / Apr 22, 2021

The Principal Teachings of Buddhism Classics of Middle Asia None

  • Title: The Principal Teachings of Buddhism (Classics of Middle Asia)
  • Author: Tsongkhapa Lobsang Tharchin Michael Roach
  • ISBN: 9780918753090
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Tsongkhapa Lobsang Tharchin Michael Roach

        Je Tsognkhapa Tib tsong kha pa, The Man from Onion Valley was a monk of the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism whose activities led to the formation of the Geluk school, though he never announced the establishment of a new monastic order himself He is also known by his ordained name Lobsang Drakpa blo bzang grags pa or simply as Je Rinpoche rje rin po che.


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    1. On October 19, 2008, I attended for the seond time the weekly Lesson at the Rashi Gempil Ling Buddhist Temple in Howell NJ. After the Lesson, I perused the display of books and asked which would be the best one to read first. The unanimous choice was Principle Teachings of Buddhism. Reading this small yet weighty book is proving a wonderful discipline for me, for I tend to read quickly, taking in whole paragraphs in my eye at once. But this definitely NOT the way to approach this book! One must [...]


    2. A comprehensive, weighty look at Buddhism from the master who taught the first Dalai Lama. The reason it didn't get 5 stars is because it was so difficult to read and understand--take a LOT of thought. I had not known about the 3 paths: renunciation, wish (for enlightenment for all), and right view.


    3. I recently reread chunks of this book. It's small, but it packs in all of the primary teachings from Lam-Rim Chen-Mo in one place. The book is actually a commentary by Pabongka Rinpoche on the Lam-Rim as laid out by Je Tsongkhapa.


    4. The commentary is good. The text is 14 concise points that say all that matters and all anyone needs. I refer back monthly and it only gets better.



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