A Lamp for the Path to Liberation – “A Way to Cultivate a Profound Absorption of Tranquil Abiding and Penetrative Insight”
By the Very Venerable Dezhung Lungrik Tulku III, Kunga Tenpa’i Nyima (1905-1987)
A Lamp for the Path to Liberation explains the way to cultivate the samadhi of shamatha-vipashyana. It was abridged from resumes of the writings of learned and accomplished ones of the past, by the bhikshu named Kunga Tenpa’i Nyima, whose title is Dezhung Lungrik Tulku.
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v.1 A Lamp for the Path to Liberation (original text)
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v.2 A Lamp for the Path to Liberation
A modified version of the original which includes at the end helpful study charts summarizing the important points of the teaching for meditative practice.
Size: 8.5×11 in