By Dalai Lama
"Everyone dies, yet not anyone is dead," is going the Tibetan announcing. it truly is with those phrases that "Advice on death" takes flight. utilizing a seventeenth-century poem written by means of a popular scholar-practitioner, His Holiness the Dalai Lama attracts from quite a lot of traditions and ideology to discover the levels all of us plow through once we die, that are the exact same levels we event in existence once we nod off, faint, or achieve orgasm (Shakespeare's "little death"). The levels are defined so vividly that we will think the method of touring deeper into the brain, at the final trip of transformation. during this approach, His Holiness exhibits us how you can arrange for that point and, in doing so, the way to enhance our time on the earth, die with out worry or disappointed, and impact the level among this existence and the subsequent in order that we may well achieve the very best incarnation. As continuously, the last word aim is to boost alongside the trail to enlightenment. "Advice on demise" is a necessary instrument for reaching that everlasting bliss.
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There is no response. October 17 and 18, 1994: The Dalai Lama, in a private meeting with a Chinese individual who has dose ties to the Chinese government, says he is waiting for a reply to his letter to Chadrel Rinpochay of August 5, 1993. He stresses the importance of searching for the reincarnation according to traditional religious procedures. January 1995: The same Chinese individual is reminded twice about the above discussion. April 1995: The Chinese government announces that it has implemented new legislation concerning the search, selection, and approval of incarnations of high lamas.
What value is there in this? None. The problem is that so much energy is being expended on concern for a level no deeper than the superficial affairs of this life. The profound loses out to the trivial. If you have not practiced and on your dying day you are surrounded by sobbing friends and others involved in your affairs, instead of having someone who reminds you of virtuous practice, this will only bring trouble, and you will have brought it on yourself Where does the fault lie? In not being mindful of impermanence.
In all of these areas, Buddhist ritual and scholastic studies are conducted in Tibetan. Youths came from throughout these vast regions to study in Tibet, especially in and around its capital, Lhasa, usually returning to their native lands after completing their studies (until Communist takeovers in many of these countries). Thus, Tibetan culture is central to a vast area of Inner Asia, and its demise has far-reaching implications. This book should remind us of the treasures of Tibet. D. Professor of Tibetan Studies University of Virginia 35 ADVICE on DYING I Awareness of Death Just as when weaving One reaches the end With fine threads woven throughout, So is the life of humans.