Chronicals of Love and Death I was told about this book by a friend, and to be honest I don't usually go for this type of read, however, I felt the first few pages captured me and am enjoying the book, It is a good value for money read and it was delivered promptly on my order. --Jan Bostock
A work of compassion and wisdom, a must read for anyone interested in the sacred love practices of Tantric Buddhism. A compelling story, it reads like a detective novel cum spiritual thriller. Highly recommended.' --Jo Nash Mesmerizing! I couldn't stop reading! Norma Levine writes candidly about her secret love affair with humility, passion and devotion while balancing her personal struggles with the politics and culture of Tibetan Buddhism and Bhutan. --MJ New York A poignant, riveting memoir, an exquisitely written tale of love and woe between a beautiful western spiritual seeker and the reincarnation of a great tantric Buddhist master. Romantic, sexy, spine tingling and spiritually informed. --Mary Young
Love Norma Levine's writing. She is forthright, and has experience that cannot compare to the Buddhism we practice in the West today. An early journey to Asia when Buddhism was just beginning to be taught in the West, she decides to immerse in the practice and culture or Buddhadharma as is taught in the traditional way. Norma Levine is so courageous and committed. She is an inspiration in her unblinking, truthful storytelling. At the end of the book, Norma Levine interviews 4 people who all experienced the same event. Every person described something very different from the other, yet the writer was able to see the truth shining through each and see that they encompassed what occurred. I am so glad that she is willing to share her life story. I read Blessing Power of the Buddhas a few years back and decided then that I would read any books she wrote. I look forward to reading The Miraculous 16th Karmapa as well. Since the material is very specific in its genre, I have given it 4 stars. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and have sent it to a friend. --E. Featherstone
This is a true story of a spiritual journey and the incredible, but all too human love between a western woman and a high reincarnate Lama, the spiritual King of Bhutan.It is neither biography nor autobiography. It is a play that arose and disappeared like an illusion; a magical display of comedy and tradegy,history, romance, and transcendance.
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