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The author of the book: Alexandra David-Néel
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Date of issue: 1991
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Dla autorki tej książki podróż do mistycznego Tybetu nie była przypadkowa. Powodowana dążeniem do osiągnięcia prawdy o naturze naszego umysłu, odnajduje ona w Tybecie kraj zaczarowany. Tybet, choć opisywany z ogromną wnikliwością, nie jest tutaj miejscem geograficznym, ma znaczenie symboliczne. Przybywa ona do Tybetu w podobny sposób jak uczeń, "czela", który zostaje wtajemniczony w świat Tantry. Czas staje się konwencją. Ludzie spotykani w czasie wędrówki są raczej archetypami. Wspaniały korowód postaci zaangażowanych w taniec życia i śmierci, pragnień i gniewu, mnisi, lamowie - jest w rzeczywistości "mandalą", czyli przedstawieniem, gdzie widzowie mogą bezpośrednio rozegrać mistyczną wizję prawdy o pustce naszej osobowości. Osobowość, w którą przywykliśmy wierzyć, jest tylko kostiumem teatralnym na scenie Tantry. Przedstawienie pokazuje całe spektrum naszej wewnętrznej energii. Celem jest zużycie tej energii do poznania prawdy "nagiej" rzeczywistości.


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Ebook Mistycy i cudotwórcy Tybetu read Online! Alexandra David-Néel (October 24, 1868 - September 8, 1969) was a French explorer, anarchist, spiritualist, Buddhist and writer. She is most known for her visit to the forbidden (to foreigners) city of Lhasa, capital of Tibet (1924). She was born in Paris, France and died in Digne, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. She wrote more than 30 books, about Eastern religion, philosophy, and her travels. Her well-documented teachings influenced the beat writers Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, and philosopher Alan Watts.

Her real name was Louise Eugenie Alexandrine Marie David. During her childhood she had a strong desire for freedom and spirituality. At the age of 18, she had already visited England, Switzerland and Spain on her own, and she was studying in Madame Blavatsky's Theosophical Society.

In 1890 and 1891, she traveled through India, returning only when running out of money. In Tunis she met the railroad engineer Philippe Néel, whom she married in 1904.

In 1911 Alexandra traveled for the second time to India, to further her study of Buddhism. She was invited to the royal monastery of Sikkim, where she met Maharaj Kumar (crown prince) Sidkeon Tulku. She became Sidkeong's "confidante and spiritual sister" (according to Ruth Middleton), perhaps his lover (Foster & Foster). She also met the thirteenth Dalai Lama twice in 1912, and had the opportunity to ask him many questions about Buddhism—a feat unprecedented for a European woman at that time.

In the period 1914-1916 she lived in a cave in Sikkim, near the Tibetan border, learning spirituality, together with the Tibetan monk Aphur Yongden, who became her lifelong traveling companion, and whom she would adopt later. From there they trespassed into Tibetan territory, meeting the Panchen Lama in Shigatse (August 1916). When the British authorities learned about this—Sikkim was then a British protectorate—Alexandra and Yongden had to leave the country, and, unable to return to Europe in the middle of World War I, they traveled to Japan.

There Alexandra met Ekai Kawaguchi, who had visited Lhasa in 1901 disguised as a Chinese doctor, and this inspired her to visit Lhasa disguised as pilgrims. After traversing China from east to west, they reached Lhasa in 1924, and spent 2 months there.

In 1928 Alexandra separated from Philippe. Later they would reconcile, and Philippe kept supporting her till his death in 1941. Alexandra settled in Digne, and during the next 10 years she wrote books.

In 1937, Yongden and Alexandra went to China, traveling there during the second World War, returning to France only in 1946. She was then 78 years old.

In 1955 Yongden died. Alexandra continued to study and write till her death at age 100.


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