PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Corona-Situation books are shipped by sea from Europe, and some orders take up to 2 months. Inside Europe the delivery is taking longer as well. Ordering with amazon is not better, as we are seemingly the only ones to sell it on amazon.co.uk.
New Release: "Radiant Compassion. Vol. 2", a book about His Holiness the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa's exemplary life. Currently out of stock.
We kindly request you to order directly on our website, as all other platforms, especially amazon demand extremely high fees.
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Preorders Volume Two: currently out of stock (available in April or May. If you'd like to get a mail when it comes out of print, please write to: vol2_orders[at]karmapabiographie.de
Orders of Volume One and Two currently out of stock, see above. vol1and2_orders[at]karmapabiographie.de (please click on the adress). You'll receive immediately the bank details. With best wishes! Enjoy reading! Gerd Bausch
Prices: We promote ethical banking*. Each Volume costs only 21 Euro if you pay by bank transfer, but 23 Euro if you choose paypal payment. If you order Volume One and Two together, it costs 40 Euros (bank transfer) and 42 Euros (paypal). Shipping one book: One book: 5 Euro for shipping in the European Union, 6 Euro to the rest of the world, 2,20 Euro to Germany and 7 Euro priority shipping. Two books: 5 Euro for shipping in the European Union, 8 Euro to the rest of the world, 2,20 Euro to Germany and 12 Euro priority shipping. Attention: Bank transfer from outside Europe is sometimes extremely expensive. In these cases, please choose paypal. * Umweltbank is an alternative bank which exclusively finances ecological credit projects.
Nevertheless in Europe the Vol One of book is available on amazon, but due to these high fees (5£ per book) there it is sold for £25.00 plus delivery. As amazon US still blocks our account, you can order it for the time being on ebay for 26$/20£ plus shipping (7$, it's sent from Europe).
Thank you for your support in making Radiant Compassion--The Life of the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe Dorje possible.
Best wishes! Gerd Bausch--author (for more information about the book, see below) The book was published by www.edition-karuna.de
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The 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje (1924-1981), was one of the 20th century’s greatest spiritual masters and was highly venerated by teachers and disciples in all Buddhist traditions. Following the 1959 Chinese invasion of Tibet, as head of the Karma Kagyü tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, he went into exile in India. From his new home in Sikkim, as well as during his later extended voyages to the West, the Karmapa contributed immensely to the worldwide flourishing of the Buddha’s teachings like few other teachers. With his warmth of heart, his spiritual power and not least his openhearted humor, he moved people to their deepest core and overcame all cultural and social boundaries. Karmapa touched and inspired people from many different spiritual and religious traditions who were interested in inner development, including even those who feared or were critical of religion. His radiant compassion affected all who were fortunate enough to meet him. In this book Gerd Bausch traces the life of this great Kagyü master who effortlessly pushed the boundaries of the human imagination and provided people with a new outlook. Literally day and night, the 16th Karmapa tirelessly assisted everyone who asked for his advice and help, welcoming all with infinite generosity. In addition to accessing other contemporary sources, Bausch conducted close to eighty interviews through records the first-hand experiences related by many of the fortunate people who encountered this extraordinary master.
“This book provides a first-hand view into his exceptional qualities, as it describes his unceasing activities for the benefit of beings and his tireless endeavor to promote a close relationship between the different branches of Tibetan Buddhism.“ His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin