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Lobsang Rampa

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Lobsang Rampa – Wikipedia

About Tuesday Lobsang Rampa. He also takes part in an initiation ceremony in which he learns that during its early history the Earth was struck by another planetcausing Tibet to become the mountain kingdom that it is today. You see Not as entertaining and mystical as The Third Eye losang by lobswng I mean made up wackadoo but still an engaging boys own adventure set during the Japanese invasion of China. Aug 05, dori rated it it was amazing.

A Kritzer rated lobsanh really liked it Apr 01, Problems playing this file? Lobsang Rampa died in Calgary on 25 Januaryat the age of One of the books, Living with the Lamawas described as being dictated to Rampa by his pet Siamese catMrs.


T. Lobsang Rampa

A very hard, clean sliver of wood had been treated by fire and herbs and was slid down so that it just entered the hole in my head. Having a sense of the life in China and the threats brought by the Japanese creates a real tension for readers who can have no experience of their own.

This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat Victoria rated it really liked it Jan 25, Rampa says that this incident occurred at a house called Rose Croft in Thames Ditton. Un libro interesante pero me quedo con el El tercer ojo.

Views Read Edit View history. Rampa moved to Ireland. But there are two disturbing elements in this volume.

Lobsang Rampa went on to write another 18 books containing a mixture of religious and occult material. The graphic descriptions bring an all-too-real response within the audience.

Suddenly there was a blinding flash. Want to Read saving…. A model attribution edit summary using German: Despite this Lobsang Rampa maintains that everything he is writing is the truth.

University of Chicago Press. It was written by a man named Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, and it purported to relate his experiences while growing up in Chakpori Lamasery, [1] ChokporiTibet, after being sent there at the age of seven. His works are highly imaginative and fictional in nature. He was concussed and, on regaining his senses, had seen a Buddhist monk in saffron robes walking towards him.


View a machine-translated version of the French article. The monk becomes a doctor. It touches an inquisitiveness that would not burn its own hands yet wants to know the experience of fire. He did not deny that he had been born as Cyril Hoskin, but claimed that his body was now occupied by the spirit of Lobsang Rampa.

This book is highly recommended for students walking the Spiritual Path in search of Enlightenment. Books by Tuesday Lobsang Rampa. Refresh and try again. Hoskin had never been to Tibet and spoke no Tibetan. To ask other readers questions about Doctor from Lhasaplease sign up. PlymptonDevon, United Kingdom. Doctor from Lhasa by Tuesday Lobsang Rampa. Lobsang Rampa listen to Rampa discussing meditation. For more guidance, see Wikipedia: While still very young the author’s Third Eye was opened increasing his mystical powers, as well as his ability to view the human aura, and to read the thoughts of others.

Therefore I found the book really interesting.

Lists with This Book. For the rest of your life you will see people as they are and not as they pretend to be.