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Ellensburg WA: Kapala Press, 2015. Paperback. Unpaginated, about 45p., softbound booklet in 8x5.5 inch decorated wraps decorated with color photo of author's assemblage. A fine unhandled copy. Mister Dorje has taken up art as well as Tibetan buddhism, advised that the two are compatible: inevitable vanity of accomplishment can be...
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989. Hardcover. xviii, 280p., illustrated with scattered tables, figures and photos; first edition hardbound in grey cloth titled black and bright blue dust jacket titled white. Jacket edgeworn with a couple short tears and a seller's small sticker at the upper corner; item is otherwise quite...
Twain Harte: Reunion Press, Inc., 1984. [128p.], glossy colorphoto wraps, later printing (same year as first), some pressure marks on back and front covers, otherwise slightest signs of handling (no singe marks either). Color cover photo shows "Peggy Dylan walking on 1200 F coals." Attitude-towards-universe meditation techniques; the Burkans' rap...
Berkeley: Dharma Foundation, 1988. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, illus., mailing label on lower front cover, else very good. Includes: Forum on Psychotherapy and Meditation with Ram Dass, Joseph Goldstein, Jack Kornfield, Frances Vaughan, Roger Walsh and others, interview with Jack Engler, two short pieces by Thich Nhat Hanh...
Berkeley: Dharma Foundation, 1990. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, illus., mailing label on lower front cover, else very good. Includes: Interview with Stephen Levine, a Tibetan View of Death, Death Awareness Practice, directory of sitting groups, 1990 Vipassana retreat schedules, etc.
Orissa India: Karar Ashram, 1981. Paperback. Unpaginated preliminaries, 156p., illustrated with several diagrams; 8.5x5.5 inch paperbound with a sewn textblock, the original threads holding nicely so far but two splits have developed in the lower spine panel so that textblock's signatures show two hairline cracks. Item has been heavily read...
n.p. n.pub. n.d. 14p., mimeographed sheets folded to make 5.5x7.5 inch pamphlet; cover foxed with two stains, interior clean. This appears to be a version of Huxley's pamphlet by this title that was circulated at Trabuco College in 1943. The first page appears identical to the Trabuco copy illustrated on.....
Hauppauge NY: Barron's Educational Series, Inc. / Gaia Books Ltd., 2002. 143p., coated paperstock throughout, color-photo illustrations integrated with text, softbound in 10x7 inch glossy cardstock wraps. Slight edgewear, a sound clean copy, very good. Author at this writing had been "teaching in the West" for twenty years.
no city: Snow Lion Publications, 1989. 87p., texts in Tibetan script and a pleasant English font, illustrated with saints' portraits in outline , softbound in 10.5x8 inch stapled wraps. Covers bear a little mild smudging and the margins are faintly toned, entirely clean within and quite sound, a very good copy.
n.p. Human Kindness Foundation, n.d. [6p.], 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner. Text appears to have been downloaded from internet, in a form very different from what is now on the website of the Human Kindness Foundation. Discusses the Project's goal of teaching compassion to prisoners.
San Bernardino, CA: the author, 2016. 433p., gargantuan paperback novel (11x8 inches), rather an awkward format for fiction because of the resultingly huge printblocks. First installment in a spiritual trilogy by the Princeton graduate who became a meditation teacher (though flunked book design). From back-cover introductory text: "..the world's longest...