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Like a Waking Dream: The Autobiography of Geshe Lhundub Sopa

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Prior to his thirty-year career in the first-ever academic Buddhist studies program in the United States, Geshe Sopa was the son of peasant farmers, a novice monk in a rural monastery, a virtuoso scholar monk at one of the prestigious central monasteries in Lhasa, and a survivor of the Tibetan uprising and perilous flight into exile in 1959. In "Like a Waking Dream," Geshe Sopa frankly and observantly reflects on how his life in Tibet, a monastic life of yogic simplicity, shaped and prepared him for the unexpected. The ...

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