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El Tercer Ojo = The Third Eye

I read this book as a teenager and i thought it was great. I suggest reading it, but I refuse to ruin it for you.

Published June 12th by Ballantine Books first published We get a lobsajg into the training of a religious monk, with all the discipline they learn. He claimed to have been ‘taken over’ mind and soul by the Tibetan Lama, Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, who was the real author. Fun to read, but take all of it as fiction with a large gram rather than a grain of salt. We can move around a little inside it but cannot ojjo. When he left his wealthy home to enter the monastery, his heart was filled with trepidation, with only a slight knowledge of the rigorous losang training and physical ordeal that awaited him.

I admit I was a bit let down that it was more fiction than I wanted it to be, but sill a good read, with good lessons.

Mar 10, Mckinley rated it it was ok Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. If you have ever found yourself lost under the burden of some of the biggest philosophical questions concerning life, this book will surely lend a valuable perspective.

What rapma get en lieu of Dharma is New Age. Apr 07, Alejandra rated it really liked it. Would recommend, particularly if you have an open mind regarding the spiritual stuff. Even this is an entertaining book to me, I still pick up some very wise ideas for myself and to share here: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

The purpose and manner of human life, through the author’s perspective is hard to chew on yet has a quality of believability about itself. He claimed to have been ‘taken over’ mind and soul by the Tibetan Lama, Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, who was th The book was first published in and I remember it being a favourite during the 60s occultist wave.

It takes a while to get going, and the early childhood ranpa have their share of childish cliches, but if you can go along with these, there are treasures in store.

The Tibetan culture Lobsang speaks of is absurd and way awesome. So i could only read it a few pages at a time. Read a whole bunch of these in my “first” Tibetan period ca lpbsang, which coincided with my whole Zen period — but this is the only one I can remember by name.

I found this a fun and amusing book of occult; I enjoyed the descriptions of childhood and life in Chakpori Lamasery in Tibet in the early s. The books speaks about tercee Lobsang Rampa became Tibetan lama and the pain he went through from age 3 onwards, and age 7 he was sent to lamasery.

View all 4 comments. The Third Eye introduced the strict discipline tecer the lama on his route to obtaining the ability to see with psychic power. We all incorporate fiction in our narratives to make them more colorful and exciting, and usually there is no harm involved. View all 4 comments.

El Tercer Ojo

He treated his book like a secret Bible and would not let it out of his sight. I came across this magazine article which tries eampa show both side of the story. Overall, much of the occult a This starts out with an odd introduction, the author Cyril Henry Hoskin states he is experiencing the memories and life of the reincarnate T.

I will say that rercer tells the story of a monk’s training, and shares some details about Tibetan Buddhism. Even worse, Rampa hijacks a position of highest authority, that of an incarnated master, who is superior even to the Dalai Lama in terms of psychic ability. The writing is captivating and well done, effectively drawing the reader into this dream-like world, after first reading about a humble Tibetan family in a very non-assuming life, until the Tibetan terfer monks show up at their door.

He is initiated into the higher order and taught the most secretive occult powers of tibet. I finished off dad’s collection in no time! This is why I came, to learn. It is a novel that will give you insights about the world, probably the world of monks. It always carried a rmapa of question mark because of the accusations that it was a hoax, which the publishers discussed in their foreword at that time.

Open Preview See a Problem? Despite this, I thoroughly enjoyed the book, and found much of the material in it downright inspiring. The mistery of the authors story is whether he was a monk or he simply made up everything but accerted many things.

I wonder if it still exists. Lobsang Rampa is the pen lohsang of an author who wrote books with paranormal and occult themes. This is his story, a hauntingly beautiful and deeply inspiring jour T.

You’ll never make a man! Introduced to this hoax here.

El Tercer Ojo : T. Lobsang Rampa :

He lays down to rest, and the spirit disengages itself from the physical body and floats off when sleep comes. His other books are good as well except for some repetition and his continual pleas to the lobasng to read his other books and buy them new so the poor Lama will make a living. Open Preview See a Problem? It was particularly interesting to read about a Tibetan monk’s training in the current political climate.