The Perfect Mirror

The Perfect Mirror
Reflections On Truth And Illusions

by Thubten Gyatso
(Adrian Feldmann)

When Dr Adrian Feldmann embraced the Buddhist path, he became known as the Buddhist monk Venerable Gyatso. In his extraordinary life as a messenger of peace, he has travelled the world taking the Buddha's teachings from Nepal to Australia, the USA, Europe and, more recently, Mongolia. Written while in Mongolia, this book contains pithy advice on how to deal with anger, greed and hatred and transform our lives with loving kindness

Notes: English & Mongolia = PDF, English = WEB, MP3
  1. Introduction
  2. Compassion
  3. The Warm Heart
  4. In the Beginning
  5. The mind
  6. What am I?
  7. Anger
  8. Aggression
  9. Faith
  10. Morality
  11. Desire
  12. Self-esteem
  13. Pride
  14. Suffering
  15. Renunciation
  16. Birth,life and death
  17. Problems,problems,problems
  18. Reality
  19. Trust
  20. Karma
  21. Superhero
  22. Meditation
  23. Growing up
  24. The Lama
  25. Loneliness
  26. Generosity
  27. Ethics
  28. Why am I doing this?
  29. Purification
  30. The purpose of life
  31. Heal thyself
  32. Freedom
  33. Flexibility
  34. Religion
  35. Mindfulness
  36. Ghosts
  37. Conventions
  38. Depression
  39. Celibacy
  40. Idiot compassion
  41. More on karma
  42. The Path
  43. A Mongolian Retreat

Born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1943, Dr Adrian Feldmann graduated from the University of Melbourne with a degree in medicine. After practicing medicine in Australia and overseas, he traveled for several years through Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, eventually finding his way to a Tibetan monastery in Nepal. After much study and soul-searching, he became ordained as the Buddhist monk, Thubten Gyatso. Since then he has run a free medical practice in Nepal, taught Buddhism and meditation in Nepal and in France, and established monasteries and Buddhist centers in France and in the country town of Bendigo, outside Melbourne. In recent years he has lectured extensively in the United States of America. He was the resident dharma teacher at a Buddhist center in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia for four years where he was helping to re-establish Buddhism in country after the Stalinist purges of the 1940s to 1950s wiped out nearly all temples and monasteries. His teachings are presented on radio and television and published in the local newspapers.

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