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Shambhala: Sacred Path of the Warrior
by Chogyam Trungpa
Binding: Paperback, Worn, Moisture Stain edition, 202 pages
Publisher: Shambhala
Weight: 0.75 pound
Dimension: H: 0.7 x L: 8.9 x W: 5.9 inches
ISBN 10: 0877732647
ISBN 13: 9780877732648
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Book Description:
In this practical guide to enlightened living, Ch gyam Trungpa offers an inspiring vision for our time, based on the figure of the sacred warrior. In ancient times, the warrior learned to master the challenges of life, both on and off the battlefield. He acquired a sense of personal freedom and power not through violence or aggression, but through gentleness, courage, and self knowledge. The Japanese samurai, the warrior kings of Tibet, the knights of medieval Europe, and the warriors of the Native American tribes are a few examples of this universal tradition of wisdom. With this book the warrior's path is opened to contemporary men and women in search of self mastery and greater fulfillment. Interpreting the warrior's journey in modern terms, Trungpa discusses such skills as synchronizing mind and body, overcoming habitual behaviors, relaxing within discipline, facing the world with openness and fearlessness, and finding the sacred dimension of everyday life. Above all, Trungpa shows that in discovering the basic goodness or human life, the warrior learns to radiate that goodness out into the world for the peace and sanity of others. The Shambhala teachings named for a legendary Himalayan kingdom where prosperity and happiness reign thus point to the potential for enlightened conduct that exists within every human being. 'The basic wisdom of Shambhala,' Trungpa writes, 'is that in this world, as it is, we can find a good and meaningful human life that will also serve others. That is our true richness.'


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