There's no denying the fascination of the life that Lobsang Rampa describes in the remote lamaseries beyond the great Himalayan range - a life that now may have been destroyed for all time.
Here in these ancient repositories of wisdom, the lamas learn the meaning of life - and of death: the relationship between the mind and the brain; the secrets of hypnotism, telepathy, clairvoyance, and reincarnation.
Here's power, but not for abuse or misuse.
Here, too, in this follow-up to Rampa's The Third Eye, is a story of strangeness, adventure, excitement, and danger, as the young Rampa is introduced to the hidden cave of the ancients.
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Practicing Idealist, Dabbling Realist ;)
After the first three books, where T. Lobsang Rampa was either recalling his childhood, or his journey out of Tibet, and many terrible experiences during and after war . . . this book was much more peaceful with some intriguing experiences.
I enjoy this narrator's work, but there are still a few editing/production small errors that distract - overlapping/repeating sentences.
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