The Tibetan Book Of The Dead used to be a spiritual classic
Gold’s trashy trashing of the Tibetan classic might fool you into thinking it is profound, American Book Of The Dead.
As usual, the books of this shark have just enough to seem like they are referring to something, but in the end they are (be design) without content. The real motive is ‘killing the patient’, an excuse for producing psychological disorientation in so-called followers. Food for the vampire!
The Tibetan Book Of The Dead is now forced to compete with this trash. Don’t let these people get away with it.
With more than 125,000 copies of the American Book of the Dead sold, this irreverent, contemporary, and unique work brings the Tibetan teaching into contemporary American culture. Now in its 33rd year of publication! With special relevance to those who are sick or dying, this American interpretation of the timeless Tibetan spiritual classic is invaluable for anyone in spiritual crisis, preparing for death, or wishing to honor loved ones. The American Book of the Dead transforms our attitudes toward death so that we may learn to live through explicit, practical instructions to guide readers along the labyrinthine voyage of spiritual transformation. E.J. Gold discusses the states of life between birth and death — and beyond — as well as caring for the dying, building a personal altar, and ultimately, accepting one’s own death or the death of a loved one.