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"...one of the greatest religious or secular works in the library of our human heritage."--Prof. Robert A.F. Thurman
"The Great Treatise is one of the world's great monuments of philosophy and spirituality as well as one of the most renowned works of Buddhist thought and practice to have been composed in Tibet."--Professor D.S. Ruegg
Tsong-kha-pa (1357-1419), founder of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism, was one of Tibet's greatest philosophers and a prolific writer. This translation is the first into a Western language of The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path, his most famous work and a classic of Tibetan Buddhism.
This book is great for the practice of a Vajrayana Buddhist who is seeking the path to enlightenment.
Je Tsong Kha Pa's Stages of the Path of Enlightenment, is arguably the single most important work ever produced about Tibetan Buddhism.
It took 6 months of daily effort just to read through them once because the reading is heavy and thought-provoking.
The quintessential book of Tibetan Buddhism. Very insightful and great to inform your meditation sessions.Published 10 days ago by Stau
I love this book. As I read I feel I have a personal relationship with Je Tsong-Kha-Pa. I wake in the morning happy to know I am going to read Dharma from a friend and a trusted... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JMcD
A very scholarly and intelligent discussion of Buddhist teachings and practice. Written in the early 1400s, summarizing all the revered Buddhist teachings of earlier times.Published 2 months ago by ENTANGLER
Great Reference Source. This master is the equivalent of Thomas Aquinas except fair Thomas was a Platonist which only increases Suffering. Buy this book.Published 3 months ago by Dash Dakota
This book is great for the practice of a Vajrayana Buddhist who is seeking the path to enlightenment. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Roy M
This book is the cream of Tibetan Buddhism, an has been acknowledged by the Dalai Lama as such.
As with all works of this nature, you need to set aside your belief system if... Read more
In short, this is THE manual for life.
Based on ancient findings and universal laws, the most in depth exploration of the mind by Indian and Tibetan masters, it provides the A... Read more
Je Tsong Khapa, crown jewel of the teachers of the Snowy Land of Tibet, gave us an extraordinary gift when he gave us the Lam Rim. Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by Yeshe Dorje