The Tibetan Book Of The Dead - Buddhism On Death



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'This is possibly the best book I have read for a long, long time. The book could have a place in every household and is a joy to read.'
Professor Jan de Vries

This beautifully illustrated book is for anyone interested in holistic healing and looking for an alternative to modern medicine. Author Ralph Quinlan Forde shines the ancient art of Tibetan healing in a contemporary light.
Alison Batley - YogaAbode Magazine

‘A masterpiece’
Cadecus Magazine

"This is a most excellent book, extremely informative on an important and esoteric field of knowledge. The four medical tantras of Tibetan Medicine contain profound secrets of healing, especially for the mind. I hope The Book of Tibetan Medicine will begin a dialogue world-wide, especially in psychiatric medical circles, on the nature of mind and consciousness, and how they should be understood and treated, with the aim of increasing health, compassion and well-being."
Lady Neidpath of The Beckley Foundation

‘Highly Recommended’
Mandala Magazine

Let this informative, enlightening and enriching book be the vital force in your life, as it brings together body, soul and mind in an effortless and compassionate way.
Sophie Dow - Mindroom

‘This is one of the most refreshing books I have come across for a long time.’
Denise Rankin-Box - Editor-in-Chief. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice

“…wrote to make a scientific case for this ancient medical system, practicised for over 1000 years.”
Feelgood Magazine

This book is a comprehensive, beautifully illustrated guide to what we'd now refer to as a fully integrated healing system. It's accessible, thought-provoking and about asfar from conventional NHS-style approaches to health and wellbeing as it's possible to be!
Wave Magazine

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