On the way

by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche


For Mathieu Ricard, it is "one of the most inspiring books of our time." And George Saunders, author of the bestseller "Lincoln in the Bardo", writes: "This book has the power to change your life". We are talking about the latest book by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, one of the most important teachers of (Tibetan) Buddhism. It describes his escape from the monastic life as an abbot into a world completely unknown to him. For four years he goes wandering, completely on his own, inevitably dealing with the fundamental questions of life, death and transience. An intense time that continues to shape his teaching. Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche lives as a Tibetan in exile in India. At the age of 17 he became the youngest Tibetan meditation master. Connected to tradition, open to modernity, that also shows his cooperation with internationally recognized scientists in the field of neurology and brain research, which has developed over his numerous trips abroad and inspired millions of people. He reported about his experiences with the western sciences and his practical experiments in his bestseller "Buddha and the Science of Happiness". Euro (D) 20,00 Publisher: btb Verlag in the Verlagsgruppe Random Hause GmbH Language: German Translation from the American: Liselotte Prugger Copyright of the German edition © 2020: btb Verlag ISBN: 978-3-442-75826-5 Size: 22×14 cm, hardcover, 384 pages

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