Editorial Reviews. Review. “A positively delightful story from a master yarn spinner!” –William Living with the Lama – Kindle edition by T. Lobsang Rampa. THIS WORK IS PROOF THAT ANIMALS ARE NOT THE ‘DUMB CREATURES’ MANY PEOPLE MAKE THEM OUT TO BE! This book is NOT a work of fiction, but . Results 1 – 30 of 74 LIVING WITH THE LAMA by LOBSANG RAMPA and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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Living with the Lama: Wisdom of the Ancients – The second of two self-training books in metaphysics.

There are three other books which have maliciously used the name of T. The journey they go on laa get to “Agharta”is so bazaar and far fetched that nobody could believe it, the sad thing is that the second half of the book is genuine.

Animals are not dumb creatures as many humans think, we are ones who are dumb in comparison as all animals – with the exception of most humans – can calk to each other by simple telepathy. Aug 18, Maria Carmo rated it really liked it. Lobsang Rampa teaches us the timeless universal truths, pointing us along the spiritual path.

If you replace the word ‘Give’ with the word ‘Grant’ it’s more acceptable in western terms because you are requesting ‘Powers’ and NOT demanding.

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. The first few chapters hold some promise, but it goes downhill from there. This technology is waiting for those who can use it for the benefit of mankind, that time is drawing near There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Lobsang joins The Chakpori Lamasery and learns the most secret of Tibetan esoteric sciences and much more May 03, Maja Lange rated it it was ok Shelves: The direct path is in front yet; mankind continually takes the scenic route.


The western understanding of the word ‘Give’ differs from the eastern. However, for the most part nothing in particular happens.

Tuesday Lobsang Rampa – Living with the Lama (644.0 Kb)

It is nominally told from the perspective of a cat, and there are some charming moments. Fifi tell of her life before meeting Lobsang and they journeys they took together More questions and answers to many of life’s mysteries Their numerous travels – the sad sudden death of feline Fifi – and how she had to split company with Dr Rampa so he could depart to the heavenly fields.

Actually, the beginning chapters of his cat’s life would make for a cute and cruel children’s book. Until this point in time lamasery life was unknown, even to those few who had actually visited Tibet. I loved the way this cat told her story.

Lobsang Rampa – Wikipedia

After many tribulations and much travelling he eventually settled in Canada near the end of his life and so experienced life in both the east and wkth west. March Click [show] for important translation instructions. Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: This is NOT an autobiography of Dr Rampa, it is a privileged insight into their very private lives through Sheelagh eye’s.

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He and his wife, San Ra’ab, became Canadian citizens inalong with Sheelagh Rouse Buttercup who was his secretary and regarded by Rampa as his adopted daughter.

One thing to remember it’s NOT possible to meditate in groups and you MUST have a meditation robe to isolate yourself from external influences. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality.

Living with the Lama: 25 Years with Lobsang Rampa

Wikisource has original text related to this article: Fernando Tessaro rated it really liked it Jul 04, Surely if you do not believe anything that Lobsang Rampa writes you would not be reading his books.

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. At The Temple Gates”.