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The Healing Power of Mind by Tulku Thondup
Feb 03, 1998 | ISBN 9781570623301
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    Feb 03, 1998 | ISBN 9781570623301

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    Feb 03, 1998 | ISBN 9780834824256

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"Thondup’s book is a rich survey of the healing resources inherent in Nyingma Buddhism. . . . Thondup’s book is a rare and invaluable guide to an ancient Tibetan treasure."—Publishers Weekly

"Tulku Thondup seems to have done for Tibetan Buddhism what Shunryu Suzuki Roshi did for Zen. Like Suzuki’s Zen Mind, Beginners Mind, Thondup’s book is deceptively simple—the work of a great teacher who has penetrated this material so deeply he can present it with a clarity that spiritual seekers of any level can grasp. What’s more, you don’t have to be a Buddhist to find The Healing Power of Mind life-transforming."—New Age Journal

"Tulku Thondup outlines a means toward healing not just body, mind, and spirit, but the heart as well. As such, this healing path is a spiritual practice, a way to transform our very lives."—Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence

"For many years I have dreamed of a book like this and Tulku Thondup—a master of Tibetan Buddhism, a gifted scholar, and a renowned translator—is the ideal person to have authored it. A skillful distillation of Buddhist teachings on healing it is written with great charm, clarity, and simplicity in a way that people from any culture or background can benefit from. In a time of real and urgent need let’s hope that people everywhere will take it to heart and connect with the limitless power of healing within."—Sogyal Rinpoche, author of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

This luminous book on healing explores territory that few books on mind/body medicine approach— the true nature of mind and the roots of suffering."—Joan Borysenko, author of Minding the Body, Mending the Mind

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