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Notwithstanding his youth, he was already well known by the end of the s as a person with a profound knowledge of the Dzogchen teachings and also as a spiritual teacher. His fame, in India and in Tibet was such that in Professor Giuseppe Tucci, an eminent scholar and founder of the Is. MEO one of the major institutes of oriental studies in Italy , invited him to Rome to collaborate in research at what is today known as Is. It was thus that Namkhai Norbu came to Italy where he contributed actively in the development of Tibetan studies in the West. In he took up a post teaching Tibetan language and literature in Naples at the Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli where he worked until

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Notwithstanding his youth, he was already well known by the end of the s as a person with a profound knowledge of the Dzogchen teachings and also as a spiritual teacher. His fame, in India and in Tibet was such that in Professor Giuseppe Tucci, an eminent scholar and founder of the Is. MEO one of the major institutes of oriental studies in Italy , invited him to Rome to collaborate in research at what is today known as Is.

It was thus that Namkhai Norbu came to Italy where he contributed actively in the development of Tibetan studies in the West. In he took up a post teaching Tibetan language and literature in Naples at the Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli where he worked until From the mid seventies Namkhai Norbu began to teach Yantra Yoga and Dzogchen meditation to a few Italian students and the growing interest in his teachings convinced him to dedicate himself increasingly to such activities.

Together with a number of disciples he founded the first Dzogchen community in Arcidosso in Tuscany and then later founded other centres in various parts of Europe, Russia, the United States, South America and Australia. For the first fifteen years of his residence in Italy Namkhai Norbu concentrated mainly on the Ancient History of Tibet. His works are evidence of his deep knowledge of Tibetan culture and are addressed to the young people of Tibet in order that their awareness of an ancient cultural heritage should not die out.

His studies have become so well known at an international level that he has an intense programme of lectures and seminars in the major centres of oriental studies and in universities throughout the world. Namkhai Norbu is widely recognized as a leading authority on Tibetan culture, particularly in the fields of history, literature, and Traditional Tibetan medicine and astrological sciences such as the Tibetan calendar. Its essence is one with the essence of all that exists. Fluent in English, Tenzin Rinpoche is renowned for his depth of wisdom; his clear, engaging teaching style; and his ability to make the ancient Tibetan teachings highly accessible and relevant to the lives of Westerners.

Buddhist empiricism…is qualitative rather than quantitative, and it is primarily concerned with understanding and transforming conscious experience, rather than understanding and controlling the objective world that exists independently of it. After graduating summa cum laude from Amherst College, where he studied physics and the philosophy of science, he earned a doctorate in religious studies at Stanford University. He has edited, translated, authored, or contributed to more than thirty books on Tibetan Buddhism, medicine, language, and culture, as well as the interface between religion and science.

He teaches in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he is launching one program in Tibetan Buddhist studies and another in science and religion.

For information about Alan Wallace, visit his website at www. He has practiced Tibetan Buddhism and Dzogchen meditation since

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He goes beyond the practices of lucid dreaming that have been popularized in the West by presenting methods for guiding dream states that are part of a broader system for enhancing self-awareness called Dzogchen. In this tradition, the development of lucidity in the dream state is understood in the context of generating greater awareness for the ultimate purpose of attaining liberation. Also included in this book is a text written by Mipham, the nineteenth-century master of Dzogchen, which offers additional insights into this extraordinary form of meditation and awareness. Must reading for dreamers in search of awakening. His luminous Dream Yoga teachings are invaluable for anyone interested in Buddhist practices and views on dreaming and the afterlife.

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The primary aim and foundation of dream practice are to realize during a dream that one is nobu. By using this site, yyoga agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The role of intentionality is paramount: The Nature and Classes of Dreams. User Review — Flag as inappropriate served as a helpful aid to my research studies. If you are new to dream yoga, you should read other books first or this book will confuse you. An Interview with Chogyal Namkhai Norbu. Recognizing, transforming, multiplying and unifying the dream with the luminosity of the true nature; these four outline the essential applications of dream yoga.

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