T. Lobsang Rampa was preordained to be a Tibetan priest, a sign from the stars En su tercer libro, por ejemplo, declaró haber sido poseído por el espíritu de un . Sin embargo, saber el alcance que tiene el tercer ojo, la disciplina que se. Lobsang Rampa is the pen name of an author who wrote books with paranormal and occult themes. His best known work is The Third Eye, published in Britain. Available now at – Encuadernación de tapa blanda – Troquel – – Book Condition: Bien – E Troquel – 25pp PA.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Lobsang Rampa was preordained to be a Tibetan priest, a sign from the stars that could not be ignored. When he left his wealthy home to enter the monastery, his heart was filled with trepidation, with only a slight knowledge of the rigorous spiritual training and physical ordeal that awaited him.
This is his story, a hauntingly beautiful and deeply inspiring jour T. This is his story, a hauntingly beautiful and deeply inspiring journey of awakening within Chakpori Tedcer, the temple of Tibetan medicine. It is a moving tale of passage through the mystic arts of astral projection, crystal gazing, aura deciphering, meditation, and more, a spiritual guide of enlightenment and discovery through the opening of the all-powerful, the all-knowing.
Paperbackpages. Published June 12th by Ballantine Books first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Third Eyeplease sign up. I want read it? See 1 question about The Third Eye…. Lists with This Book. Oct 30, Natalie rated it really liked it. Feb 04, Kuldip S Attalia rated it it was rxmpa. He treated his book like a secret Bible and would not let it out of his sight.
So i could only read it a few pages at a time. So, finally went to Mc Millian’s Library and read the book. Finally, Oneday I took the courage and mentioned it to my Dad, Who wasted no time in buying the complete collection.
The writer claimed to be a reincarnation of a Tibetian lama, Lobsang Rampa. The Third Eye introduced the strict discipline of the lama in his route to obtaining the ability to see with psychic power.
Story, said to be truecovers subjects such as the Astral Travelling, human Aura, Meditation, Control of the Mind in overcoming pain, the Potala and what’s underneath it, life in Tibet, search for reincarnated Lama when the chief died I read all of my Dad’s collection. Once you started reading it, you wouldn’t want to leave it. It is a moving tale of passage through Description: Introduced to this hoax here. Four years old and can’t stay on a horse!
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What would your noble father say? Chakpori Lamasery From wiki: Lobsang Rampa is the pen name of an author who wrote books with paranormal and occult themes. His best known work is The Third Eye, published in Lobzang in Following the publication of the book, newspapers reported that Rampa was Cyril Henry Hoskin 8 April — 25 Januarya plumber from Plympton in Devon who claimed that his body hosted the spirit of a Tibetan lama going by the name of Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, who is purported to have authored the books.
View all 4 comments. Apr 07, Alejandra rated it really liked it. Independientemente del nivel de veracidad de este libro, la historia me mantuvo pensando lobsng el tiempo. Es un libro para pensar y para aprender. Feb 04, Kari rated it it was amazing. Don’t judge a book by its cover! But after the first 2 chapters I was hooked.
It is an amazing true story of a Tibetan Lama monk. This books takes you to a world that is so foreign to our way of thinking. I libroo recommend it!
Mar 15, Roger Norman rated it it was amazing. The book was first published in and I remember it being a favourite during the 60s occultist wave. It always carried a kind of question mark because of the accusations that it was a hoax, which the publishers discussed in their foreword at that time. The writer was apparently an Englishman Cyril Henry Hoskins who had never been to Tibet and knew nothing about the place or its tercr.
He claimed to have been ‘taken over’ mind and soul by the Tibetan Lama, Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, who was th The book was first published in and I remember it being a favourite during the 60s occultist wave.
He claimed to have been ‘taken over’ terver and soul by the Tibetan Lama, Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, who was the real author. Hoax or not, it is a marvellous book, and seems perfectly rammpa to the untutored. It takes a while to get going, and the early childhood chapters have their share of childish cliches, but if you can go along with these, there are treasures in store.
Admirers of Scorsese’s film ‘Kundun’ may like it or, as in my case, love it. Feb 19, Steve rated it it was amazing. I loved this book more than I know.
I read it and reread it at times when I’m feeling low or depressed. It’s more or less a coming of age novel about a young boy of high class thrown out of his house by his stern father to become a monk. He is initiated into the higher order and taught the most secretive occult powers of tibet.
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I wish I could find the book right now. I don’t think my review is any good. There’s a lot of spirituality and aura perception as well lobsamg astral traveling. Jun 17, Steven Phelps rated it xe it. Trepanation drilling into the skull is real, as are a few of the other practices outlined by “T. Lobsang Rampa” not his real namebut the vast majority of the work is fiction.
Rampa was kibro of a publishing bandwagon that sought to capitalize on the growing interest in medition, buddhism, reincarnation, and the new age movement in general.
For years, nobody knew this was a hoax – it’s a fun read, but if you’re looking for more accurate information about mediation, seek elsewhere. Oct 01, Febry rated it liked it Recommends it for: Well, this writer is a fraud, he said that this book is his biography, in this book he said that he is a Tibetian monk, knew Dalai Lama very well, etc But actually he is not There have been an “international court” that state this man as a fraud.
But still as a fictional For his stroy llibro give him 5 star, but because of his le i give him 3 star. Jan 14, Saloni Mehra rated it liked it. One thing that can be said for sure about this book is that it offers a fascinating look into the Tibetan philosophy and religion through the eyes of the author.
Tuesday Lobsang Rampa elaborates upon his own life as a Lama, and reveals information about the human existence and powers which is both hard to accept and refute. The purpose and manner of human life, through the author’s perspective is hard to chew on yet has a quality of believability about itself.
The portions in the book which talk One thing that can be said for sure about this book is that it offers a fascinating look into terder Tibetan philosophy and religion through the eyes of the author. The portions in the book which talk about the neglected and hence, forgotten powers of humans as universal beings, sadly leave a number of questions unanswered. If you have ever found yourself lost under the burden of some of the biggest philosophical questions concerning life, this book will surely lend a valuable perspective.
Apr 19, Michael Lauro rated it liked it. I read this book as a teenager and i thought it was great. Only later did I learn that it’s not written by a Tibetan monk but rather if I remember correctly and ex-plumber from the UK. Still, it’s a pretty good read. Sep 11, Derya rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 10, Mckinley rated it it was ok Shelves: This starts out with an odd introduction, the author Cyril Henry Hoskin states he is experiencing the memories and life of the reincarnate T.
I found this a fun and amusing book of occult; I enjoyed the descriptions of childhood and life in Chakpori Lamasery in Tibet in the early s. I started getting a bit confused about some of the explanations of Buddhist doctrines he provides. There’s quite a mash-up of religious and spiritual beliefs going on. Overall, much of the occult a This starts out with an odd introduction, the author Cyril Henry Hoskin states he is experiencing the memories and life of the reincarnate T.
Overall, much of the occult and paranormal events are glossed over – of course. I don’t understand why anything about the yeti were included unless it’s fodder for later books? Fun to read, but take all of it as fiction with a large gram rather than a grain of salt.
Keep in mind that the Dalai Lama found Lobsang Rampa’s books fictitious, adding that they had created good publicity for Tibet.