Lobsang Rampa is the pen name of an author who wrote books with paranormal and occult themes. His best known work is The Third Eye , published in Britain in The name Tuesday relates to a claim in The Third Eye that Tibetans are named after the day of the week on which they were born. It was written by a man named Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, and it purported to relate his experiences while growing up in Chakpori Lamasery,  Chokpori , Tibet, after being sent there at the age of seven. The title of the book is derived from an operation, similar to trepanation , that Rampa claimed he had undergone, in which a small hole was drilled into his forehead to arouse the third eye and enhance powers of clairvoyance.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Lobsang Rampa. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Doctor from Lhasa by T. Doctor from Lhasa by T. At the age of seven the Day of Prophecy arrived, and the court astrologers pronounced their findings.
It was proclaimed that T. Lobsang Rampa was to enter the lamasery to be trained as a clairvoyant and as a healer. Many predictions were made about his life, including the fact that his work would be heralded around the world.
While still very young the author's Third Eye was opened increasing his mystical powers, as well as his ability to view the human aura, and to read the thoughts of others. This volume -- part of an extensive series -- discusses karma, the other side of death, the silver cord, the seership, crystal power, ghosts as well as astral projection.
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I have always been fascinated by Tibetan ways. Therefore I found the book really interesting. For me it doesn't matter if he's telling the truth or not. If what he says is the truth, then he is one of the greatest meditators ever. If not that makes him one of the best story tellers ever. Either way is fine with me. View 1 comment. Jan 20, Bonita rated it it was ok. Rampa takes far too many words to say, "Look how important I am! Jun 04, Jeff rated it really liked it. Definitely an enjoyable book.
Looking forward to reading more from this author. Jun 05, Allfarid Morales rated it did not like it. Not as entertaining and mystical as The Third Eye and by mystical I mean made up wackadoo but still an engaging boys own adventure set during the Japanese invasion of China. The protagonist survives air crashes, extreme torture and bears witness to horrific mass murders. Despite fainting a lot he does time to inform us of special breathing to cure pain and more information on the ancient race of super advanced giants whose relics are buried beneath the Potala in Lhasa along with a UFO.
You see Not as entertaining and mystical as The Third Eye and by mystical I mean made up wackadoo but still an engaging boys own adventure set during the Japanese invasion of China. You see? Un libro interesante pero me quedo con el El tercer ojo. Mar 09, S'hi rated it liked it Shelves: biography , esoteric-studies , philosophy , spirituality , travel , war.
But there are two disturbing elements in this volume. The first is clearly made inside the front cover where the response to The Third Eye has already caused great upset and many critics. Despite this Lobsang Rampa maintains that everything he is writing is the truth. The second is within the story. Having a sense of the life in China and the threats brought by the Japanese creates a real tension for readers who can have no experience of their own.
The experience of the Japanese elsewhere is all too real for many returned soldiers from the second world war. The graphic descriptions bring an all-too-real response within the audience. Amidst this setting further explanations of astral travel are plausible as part of the escape mechanism within the human psyche. It touches an inquisitiveness that would not burn its own hands yet wants to know the experience of fire.
It also enhances the sense of security that comes with reading a book rather than living in a challenging world. More than that it opens the minds of readers to different experiences they may well be able to experience without going to the extremes that many explorers and adventurers may have had to face.
After all the imagination is part of any journey, no matter how scientific. Admiro con todo mi sersh a los tibetanos. Veemos un poco de la existencia de la paz y del yoga.
Apr 05, Fran Thawley rated it it was amazing. An obviously fake but a good tale about the chinesse recent history in 20th century. Aug 05, dori rated it it was amazing. Mar 14, Satrina T rated it really liked it Shelves: re-read. Second book from this series.
The monk becomes a doctor. Even though I plan on reading the whole series I haven't made it past this book. Feb 04, Gervaze rated it really liked it. As always, the Tibetan Lama who led a most interesting life, all of Tuesday Lobsang Rampa's books were and are of great intrigue as regards the subtle side of life and the other worlds. Jun 19, Henry Castleberry rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Everyone.
Amazingly interesting and compelling story. The very best life advice is given by the Lama is his series of books. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Buena historia sobre resiliencia, mundo Tibetano, y medicina general. Mar 05, Judy Brunner rated it really liked it. He was quite far ahead of a lot of the medical treatments that we take for granted nowadays. Even more fascinating in retrospect.
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