The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying
Sogyal Rinpoche's acclaimed spiritual classic is widely regarded as one of the most complete and authoritative presentations of the Tibetan Buddhist teachings ever written.
A manual for life and death and a source of inspiration from the heart of the Tibetan tradition, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying provides a lucid and inspiring introduction to the practice of meditation, to the nature of mind, to karma and rebirth, to compassionate love and care for the dying, and to the trials and rewards of the spiritual path.
More than 2.8 million copies have been printed in 34 languages and 80 countries. It has been adopted by colleges, groups and institutions, both medical and religious, and is used extensively by nurses, doctors and healthcare professionals.
- Harper San Francisco, Revised and Updated, 2002.
- Rider, Revised and Updated, 2002.
- Harper San Francisco, 1992 (paperback 1994).
- Rider, 1992 (paperback 1995).
- French: Le Livre Tibétain de la Vie et de la Mort, Nouvelle édition augmentée, La Table Ronde, 2003 (LGF poche, 2005).
- German: Das tibetische Buch vom Leben und vom Sterben, Fischer Taschenbuch Vlg., 2004.
- Spanish: El Libro Tibetano De La Vida Y La Muerte, Edición revisada y actualizada, Ediciones Urano, 2006.
- Chinese (Mainland China and Taiwan), Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Hebrew, Finnish, Turkish, Greek, Thai, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Croatian, Slovenian, Serbian, Hungarian, Estonian, Russian, Lithuanian, Czech, Bulgarian, Polish.
- Tibetan Book of Living and Dying page on Rigpa.org including extracts
- The Tibetan Blog of Living and Dying