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Opening the Door to Certainty

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Bokar Rinpoche was born in Western Tibet in 1940 and is considered by his peers as one of the greatest meditation masters of our times. The brief text he has written for his disciples is presented here as Opening the Door to Certainty. Short and compact, Opening the Door to Certainty is a condensed version of the Ninth Karmapa's work, titled The Ocean of Certainty.

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Paperback, 64 pages
Published January 31st 1997 by Clearpoint Press (first published October 30th 1996)
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Bokar Tulku Rinpoche, Karma Shedrup Yongdu Pel Zangpo, was heart-son of the Kalu Rinpoche and a holder of the Karma Kagyü and Shangpa Kagyü lineages. He was later one of the principle teachers of the Kalu Yangzi, held to be the reincarnation of H.E. Kalu Rinpoche, and served as director of the Kalu Rinpoche Translation Group.
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