"Crystal Cave" Revised and Reprinted

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"Crystal Cave" Revised and Reprinted

Postby Silent Bob » Fri Nov 02, 2012 4:57 pm

Erik Schmidt's anthology, with a new title ("Perfect Clarity"), additional chapters and without the previous restriction, is once again available after long being out of print.

http://www.amazon.com/Perfect-Clarity-Buddhist-Anthology-Mahamudra/dp/962734169X?tag=rangjungyeshepub
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Re: "Crystal Cave" Revised and Reprinted

Postby Pero » Fri Nov 02, 2012 5:08 pm

Looks great, but are you sure this was Crystal Cave? Wasn't there something by Longchenpa in it?
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Re: "Crystal Cave" Revised and Reprinted

Postby Silent Bob » Fri Nov 02, 2012 5:13 pm

Pero wrote:Looks great, but are you sure this was Crystal Cave? Wasn't there something by Longchenpa in it?


It is in fact CC. Erik said that he made a few changes in the content so it could be offered without restriction.
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Re: "Crystal Cave" Revised and Reprinted

Postby heart » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:05 pm

Seems like the first teaching in Crystal Cave is removed,"The Treasure of the Lotus C'rystal Cave, the direct instructions of Sri Singha", everything else seems to be there including at least one pretty fantastic teachings of Sechen Gyaltsab, Dilgo Khyentses root Guru, that wasn't in the original book.

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Re: "Crystal Cave" Revised and Reprinted

Postby Pero » Sat Nov 03, 2012 2:46 pm

I found CC. Seems there's actually a bunch of stuff removed though I don't know what the criteria is/was. In any case Perfect Clarity still looks great.

heart wrote:Seems like the first teaching in Crystal Cave is removed,"The Treasure of the Lotus C'rystal Cave, the direct instructions of Sri Singha",

This is available in Treasures From Juniper Ridge though.
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