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Buddhadharma : Summer 2007
Bardo: Interval of Possibility Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche Translated by Lama Yeshe Gyamtso, $14.95 KarmaTriyanaDharmachakraWoodstock,NewYork www.KTDPublications.org Ceremony of Offering to the Gurus by His Holiness Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje Translated by Lama Yeshe Gyamtso, US Edition, Tibetan and English, $14.95 The Dalai Lama in Woodstock Celebrating the United Nations International Day of Peace Full color, $12.95 A Beautiful Gurupuja by the 17th Karmapa Celebrating the Dalai Lama’s Visit — for the Tibetan Buddhist Practitioner Available from Namse Bangdzo Bookstore www.NamseBangdzo.com Gathering the Garlands of the Gurus’ Precious Teachings Composed by His Holiness Karmapa for the annual Kagyu Monlam to accord with present needs and to be accessible to all people. It is a carefully constructed com- pilation of selected Gurupujas from many different tradi- tions—the Pangkong Chagyapa Sutra; the Bodhicharya- vatara by Shantideva; Gurupujas by Lingrepa, Panchen Lozang Chögyen, and Jamgön Lodrö Thayey; the Shakyamuni Ceremony by Mipam Jamyang Namgyal; the Ceremony of the Elders by Shamar Chödrak Yeshe; and sutra rituals composed by several of the Sakya tradition. This precious little book, rich with color, commemorates the Dalai Lama’s visit to Woodstock. The book is the per- fect conduit for the warmth and openness felt in Woodstock on that wondrous occasion. It has been said by many that there was much joy and that they have seen life differently since that day. An exceptionally lucid explana- tion of Aspiration for the Bardo by Chokyi Wangchuk. We are clearly instructed on what to practice and how to train at every point of opportunity, in this very life and even within the interval experience itself. All profits of Namse Bangdzo Bookstore go to support His Holiness the Gyalwa Karmapa’s projects and activities. Offering an extensive selection of Buddhist books Tibetan language books Rare and hard-to-find titles Exquisite Tibetan Buddhist statues, fine thangkas Dharma practice materials