May 29, 2020
Riding the Tiger: Twenty Years on the Road: The Risks and Joys of Bringing Tibetan Buddhism to the West
Posted by Ole Nydahl Carol A. Aronoff

My recipe is simple tell people the necessity of finding something which can carry them through sickness, aging, and death, and don t be afraid to give them a glimpse of your joy of life Tell people that the mind is like space open, clear and limitless, and talk about both the way and the goal In 1969 Ole and Hannah Nydahl became the first Western students of H.H theMy recipe is simple tell people the necessity of finding something which can carry them through sickness, aging, and death, and don t be afraid to give them a glimpse of your joy of life Tell people that the mind is like space open, clear and limitless, and talk about both the way and the goal In 1969 Ole and Hannah Nydahl became the first Western students of H.H the Karmapa, the head of the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism After years of practice in the Himalayas, he authorized them to teach and start centers in his name An audience with the Queen of Denmark started their work in the West A basement in historical Copenhagen became the first Tibetan Buddhist center on the European continent, and a rusted through VW bus with race car qualities got them everywhere Riding the Tiger is the inside story of the development of Tibetan Buddhism in the West In his refreshingly unsentimental style, Lama Ole shows all aspects of the work With breathtaking intensity, he highlights both healthy and unhealthy tendencies in the light of the Buddha s ultimate aim to bring about the fully developed beings whose every activity blesses the world Review Jason Anderson from Monterey, CA Lama Ole Nydahl is a unique figure in modern Buddhist history first Western student of the Black Hat lama, H.H the XVIth Gyalwa Karmapa, married lama without robes, and spiritual figure personally chosen by the Karmapa to teach and make foundations in his name and Riding the Tiger is filled to overflowing with his particular energies and gifts It is a galloping book that takes the reader around the world, inviting him in for a close up look at the making of a Buddhist center for meditation and study, and Lama Ole has successfully started over one hundred such centers And a deep look, as well, at the nature of Buddhism in the West, how it has been transplanted, how it has flourished This is a magical book and a magical ride

  • Title: Riding the Tiger: Twenty Years on the Road: The Risks and Joys of Bringing Tibetan Buddhism to the West
  • Author: Ole Nydahl Carol A. Aronoff
  • ISBN: 9780931892677
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
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    Riding the Tiger Twenty Years on the Road The Risks and Joys of Bringing Tibetan Buddhism to the West My recipe is simple tell people the necessity of finding something which can carry them through sickness aging and death and don t be afraid to give them a glimpse of your joy of life Tell people t

    Anita Wirtavuori

    Vaikka arvokkaita opetuksia on h vitetty Tibetist , jatkavat ne el m ns l nness Luin kirjan kymmenen vuotta sitten Nyt kun luin kirjan uudelleen, arvostan viel paljon enemm n t t el m nty t , joka jatkuu edelleen Teos on jatko osa kirjalle Entering the Diamond Way.


    Szabolcs Bökönyi

    Twenty years of stories and experiences while bringing Buddhas teachings to the West Lama Ole constantly travels around the World and shares his experience, joy and wisdom with his students This book is about his work and his activity.


    Nadezhda Angelova

    Amazing book, showing the development of Diamond Way Buddhism in the West This is how the centres grew all over the world, giving the precious opportunity people to meet with the teachings of Karma Kagyu tradition.



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