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The Yogins of Ladakh (A Pilgrimage Among the Hermits of the
Buddhist Himalayas)
The Yogins of Ladakh (A Pilgrimage Among the Hermits of the Buddhist Himalayas)
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About the Book:

When John Crook of Bristol University began research in the Zangskar valley of Ladakh in 1977 his prime intention was to investigate the social anthropology of the area through studies of village life.

In 1986 Crook returned to Ladakh with Tibetologist James Low to enquire full into the social organization, history, meditational practices and philosophy of the yogins who still lived and practiced in the remote parts of the area. This book is a record of the authors' adventurous journeys to meet some remarkable men.

The Yogins were often generous, providing accounts of their training, one of them allowing Crook to photograph a previously unknown text - instructions on Mahamudra by the eminent Tipun Padma Chosgal. James Low's brilliant translation of this difficult work together with that of a biography of the great woman yogin Machig Labdron provides the basis for extensive and original discussions of the meaning of Tibetan Buddhism and it's significance in our time.

About the Author:

John Crook, PhD, DSc formerly Reader in Ethology in the Department of Psychology, Bristol University, is a pioneer in socioecological studies. In 1977 he led an expedition to Zangskar in Ladakh initiating a series of studies on the ecology of village and monastic life in the Buddhist Himalayas. During this work (see Himalayan Buddhist Villages, J. Crook and H. Osmastoneds Motilal Banarsidass and Bristol University 1994) he became interested in the Psychology of the yogin mediators living as hermits in the high mountains with whom he felt a strong experiential identification. This enabled him to begin a detailed study of the Yogic practices enabling them to survive and thrive under extraordinary conditions of privation and discipline.

James Low, MA, PhD went out to India as a student and at once became deeply involved with religious study and practice. After reading Anthropology with first class honours at Edinburgh he returned to India living at first in the company of sadhus and later moving into the world of Tibetan Buddhism through meetings with lamas then fleeing Tibet in increasing numbers. He studied Tibetan language, literature and philosophy at Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, in Bengal under Professor Chimed Rigdzin Rimpoche a Nyingma incarnate lama who also became his meditation teacher. For ten years James worked with his guru translating many important Nyingma texts (see Low, J., Simply being Duttro Press. London 1994) Returning to Britain he trained in Psychotherapy in which he now offers university training and consultancy. His translations of two important works and an account of his own yogic practice provide a major contribution to this study.

CONTENTS


Introduction

Preface: Hermits and Hermeneutics

Part I BACKGROUND

1. The Lineage of the Yogins

Part II TRAVELOGUR

2. Maintaining the Revolutions of the Universe

3. Meetings with Rimpoches

4. Schools for Hermits

5. The City and the Hills

6. The Geshe of Saspola

7. Return to Sani

8. Light Rays of the Sun

9. A Home of Ancient Yogins

10. The Hill of the Tigress

11. The Precious Jewel of Pipcha

12. Crossing the Mountains

13. Manali

PART III TEACHING AND PRACTICE

14. Teachings of the Yogins

15. Practising Chod in the cemeteries of Ladakh

16. Privacy and Public Knowledge of the Dharma

17. The Meditation Notebook of Tipun Padma Chogyal

18. End and Beginning

Of Related Interest:

LADAKH CROSSROADS OF HIGH ASIA

Himalayan Desert (Tibet, Ladakh, Lahul, Spiti, Mustang)

The Yogins of Ladakh (A Pilgrimage Among the Hermits of the Buddhist Himalayas)

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2006
ISBN:
81-208-1479-7
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About the Book:

When John Crook of Bristol University began research in the Zangskar valley of Ladakh in 1977 his prime intention was to investigate the social anthropology of the area through studies of village life.

In 1986 Crook returned to Ladakh with Tibetologist James Low to enquire full into the social organization, history, meditational practices and philosophy of the yogins who still lived and practiced in the remote parts of the area. This book is a record of the authors' adventurous journeys to meet some remarkable men.

The Yogins were often generous, providing accounts of their training, one of them allowing Crook to photograph a previously unknown text - instructions on Mahamudra by the eminent Tipun Padma Chosgal. James Low's brilliant translation of this difficult work together with that of a biography of the great woman yogin Machig Labdron provides the basis for extensive and original discussions of the meaning of Tibetan Buddhism and it's significance in our time.

About the Author:

John Crook, PhD, DSc formerly Reader in Ethology in the Department of Psychology, Bristol University, is a pioneer in socioecological studies. In 1977 he led an expedition to Zangskar in Ladakh initiating a series of studies on the ecology of village and monastic life in the Buddhist Himalayas. During this work (see Himalayan Buddhist Villages, J. Crook and H. Osmastoneds Motilal Banarsidass and Bristol University 1994) he became interested in the Psychology of the yogin mediators living as hermits in the high mountains with whom he felt a strong experiential identification. This enabled him to begin a detailed study of the Yogic practices enabling them to survive and thrive under extraordinary conditions of privation and discipline.

James Low, MA, PhD went out to India as a student and at once became deeply involved with religious study and practice. After reading Anthropology with first class honours at Edinburgh he returned to India living at first in the company of sadhus and later moving into the world of Tibetan Buddhism through meetings with lamas then fleeing Tibet in increasing numbers. He studied Tibetan language, literature and philosophy at Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, in Bengal under Professor Chimed Rigdzin Rimpoche a Nyingma incarnate lama who also became his meditation teacher. For ten years James worked with his guru translating many important Nyingma texts (see Low, J., Simply being Duttro Press. London 1994) Returning to Britain he trained in Psychotherapy in which he now offers university training and consultancy. His translations of two important works and an account of his own yogic practice provide a major contribution to this study.

CONTENTS


Introduction

Preface: Hermits and Hermeneutics

Part I BACKGROUND

1. The Lineage of the Yogins

Part II TRAVELOGUR

2. Maintaining the Revolutions of the Universe

3. Meetings with Rimpoches

4. Schools for Hermits

5. The City and the Hills

6. The Geshe of Saspola

7. Return to Sani

8. Light Rays of the Sun

9. A Home of Ancient Yogins

10. The Hill of the Tigress

11. The Precious Jewel of Pipcha

12. Crossing the Mountains

13. Manali

PART III TEACHING AND PRACTICE

14. Teachings of the Yogins

15. Practising Chod in the cemeteries of Ladakh

16. Privacy and Public Knowledge of the Dharma

17. The Meditation Notebook of Tipun Padma Chogyal

18. End and Beginning

Of Related Interest:

LADAKH CROSSROADS OF HIGH ASIA

Himalayan Desert (Tibet, Ladakh, Lahul, Spiti, Mustang)

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