The-Tibetan-Book-of-Living-and-Dying

terryboxing
  • No tags were found...

The-Tibetan-Book-of-Living-and-Dying

INDEX 431Master, 69, 137-39; blessings of,143-47; deaths of, 270-77;and devotion, 139-43; asmeditation object, 69-71; andpath of Dzogchen, 170-71;true, 132-34Maudgalyayana, 98Meditation, 12, 53; alertness andrelaxation in, 76-77; bardo of,112; beginning prayer for,61-62; Buddha and, 57-58,60-61, 76; on compassion,203-4; duration of, 80;Dzogchen, 67, 68, 163-67;ending prayer for, 61; experiencesin, 79-81; eyes openduring, 67-68; gaze recommended,67; Good in theBeginning, Good in the Middle,Good in the End and,60-61; hands, position for,68; and inspiration, 84-85;integration of, into action,82-83; methods of, 65-66,69-74; and mind, 56, 58-60,74-75; and mindfulness,62-63; mouth open position,68; negativity, defusing and,62, 64, 77, 78; obstacles to,79-80; and ordinary life,82-83, 351-53; peace in,63-64; poem by NyoshulKhenpo and, 63; posture for,66-68; purpose of, 60; takingbreaks, 81-82; thoughts andemotions in, 77-79; threesacred principles of, 60-62;Tibetan saying and, 65; aswisdom tool, 126. See alsoCalm AbidingMerchant of Venice (Shakespeare),202Merton, Thomas, 360Michelangelo, 105Milarepa, 12, 15, 21-22, 39, 40,99-100, 130, 146, 362, 366Milinda, King, 95Mind, 47-49; in bardo of becoming,291-92, 296-99; bringinghome, 57-58, 63; continuityof, 93-96; and death, 16-17;enlightened, 13; ground ofordinary, 265-67; impermanenceof, 27; looking in,52-53; and meditation, 56,58-60, 74-75; relax, 63-64;release, 63; samsara and, 59;Shantideva on, 59; training,58-60; Western view of, 13.See also Nature of mindMindfulness, 62-63. See alsoCalm Abiding"Mind in comfort and ease" posture,68Mipham, 20Mö gü, See Devotion (mö gü)Moment of death. See Death,moment ofMontaigne, Michel de, 15Moody, Raymond, 10, 24, 296,322, 331, 332, 333More, Sir Thomas, 191Morse, Melvin, 327, 329, 338-39Mother Luminosity, 166, 267. Seealso Ground LuminosityMother Teresa, 54, 105, 212Motoyama, Dr. Hiroshi, 237-38Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 93,355"Myth of Er" (Plato), 93Nachiketas, 131Nadi, See Channels (nadi)Nagasena, 95-96Nangya, See Buddhist (nangya)Nature, 84Nature of mind, 12, 47-49,49-50; as Child Luminosity,267; faults preventing realizationof, 50-51; introductionto, 42-45; and wisdom ofordinariness, 54-55. See alsoMind; RigpaNaylor, Freda, 30-31

More magazines by this user
Similar magazines