By Lynn Gardner
As a professor, Lynn Gardner spent her whole profession spotting and nurturing capability. She got here to appreciate, notwithstanding, that she wasn’t cultivating her own power. She enjoyed her profession, her relatives, and her husband, yet she sought after a brand new problem.
Her odyssey led her to 10 years of exploration in Bhutan, India, Tibet, and China. As she had event after experience, she started dedicating herself to the learn of Buddhist ideas.
Gardner had the intense chance to satisfy probably the most revered Buddhist lecturers on this planet. She studied less than Gangteng Tulku Rinpoche of the Tibetan Buddhist Nyingma lineage, visited the key cave of the saint Manjushri, or even concealed contained in the partitions of a Buddhist monastery in Tibetan China because the police performed a raid. Her travels spotlight the plight of Buddhist adherents in locations the place their religion isn't really welcome.
Now, Gardner displays on either her religious and actual trips between priests, nuns, and different tourists. Her love for the unknown is matched merely through her admire for old customs and traditions. half travelogue, half inspirational memoir, half creation to Buddhism, Dharmabound invitations you on a trip to remote places.
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