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Yes, the Lamrim book is of Pabango Rinpoche, very detailed and informative, just worry if this is ok to practice just by reading the book without the guidance of a Master.
Thanx catmoon for advice and I will sure look for this book of HH Dalai Lama. And as far as I know Shunryu Suzuki's is related to ZEN for sure his teaching will be wonderful but willn't it be good to follow pure vajra foundation if I will want to follow the path of Vajrayana.
rajroshi wrote:My main concern is with the tantric visualization of the detail merit field with tantra deity and Buddha and all Guru as Lama Panonga has described in the refugee chapter. Is it ok to practice this without proper guidance and initiation?
Jikan wrote:Following up on kirtu's excellent posts here:
You can and should keep the Chenresig mantra going as often as you can. Put some conviction in it. You don't need any kind of initiation to sing OM MANI PEME HUNG while washing the dishes.
What kind of work do you do in Sudan? That's a very fertile context for practicing mani mantras.
rajroshi wrote:Thanks to all for replying.
Here in Sudan, I am working in UN as an IT Engineer. So what type of affect it can make to practices, I am eager to know.