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Cover of: Dharma That Every Buddhist Must Follow by Amang Nopu Pamu
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Cover of: Dharma That Every Buddhist Must Follow by Amang Nopu Pamu

Dharma That Every Buddhist Must Follow
1st ed edition

Published by World Dharma Voice .
Written in English.

About the Book

Dharma That Every Buddhist Must Follow was written by Amang Nopu Pamu, the true incarnation of Vajravarahi. All Buddhists must cultivate themselves according to the contents of this book in order to reach liberation from the cycle of reincarnation. As the author herself said, "Although the ancient Holy Ones did not study this book, nevertheless, they attained Buddhahood by following the principles contained therein. Thus, this book is a treasure that can be called the mother of the mother of all Dharma."

Part I of Dharma That Every Buddhist Must Follow introduces the author and her unparalleled accoplishments. Part II consists of a broad range of discourses given by the author. Some of the subjects covered include the following: ten types of superficial practice, seeking enligtenment and worldly affairs, the importance of clearly believing in cause and effect, twenty types of futile practice, how to love one's dearest family members, and how to obtain supernormal powers. This book contains essential information for all practitioners of Buddhism, no matter what their level of realization may be.

First Sentence

This book, as well as other books that contain the correct Buddha Dharma, is sacred and should be treated with the utmost respect.

Table of Contents

I. Introductory Portion 11
Translator's Introduction 13
Publisher's Introduction 15
Sacred Occurrences at the Dharma Assembly by Great Rinpoche Zhuo Ma 17
Lessons Induced from Nectar by Female Great Dharma King Amang Nopu Pamu 21
Preface by Elder Dharma King Dorje Losang 23
The Beginning of Awakening by Great Rinpoche Losang Ga Dan Luo Bu 29
Confessions of a Rinpoche by Ga Du Rinpoche 39
Attestations of Great Rinpoches Who Participated in the Nectar Dharma Assembly 43
Elder Dharma King Dorje Losang Asks the Great Dharma King for Clarification 47
What is Meant by Nectar? by Henghsing Gyatso Rinpoche 51
Preface by Great Rinpoche Yang Zong Da Wa 55
II. Discourses of Amang Nopu Pamu 59
1. Initial Discourses 61
2. Discovering One's Conscience 65
3. The Ten Superficialities of Practitioners 87
4. Seeking Enlightenment and Worldly Affairs 123
5. Understanding Cause and Effect and Clearly Believing in Cause and Effect 139
6. A Respectful Heart and Correspondance of the Three Karmas 149
7. Twenty Types of Futility 161
8. Dharma Talk Given According to the Situation 255
9. The Mist of the Morning Dew 267
10. How One Should Forever Love One's Dearest Family Members 275
11. Confused Views Concerning Schools and Biased Thoughts That Obstruct the Pursuit of Enlightenment 299
12. Falsely Claiming to Be a Dharma King or Rinpoche 309
13. Inhibiting Disciples; Contact with the Master 325
14. How to Obtain Supernormal Powers 335
15. How Difficult Is It to Become Accomplished? 339
Notes 345
Glossary 355
Index 367

Edition Notes

Genre Buddhism, True Buddha Dharma

The Physical Object

Format Hardcover
Number of pages 370

ID Numbers

Open Library OL8719953M
ISBN 10 1892727234
ISBN 13 9781892727237


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April 27, 2011 Edited by OCLC Bot Added OCLC numbers.
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