". . . a unique blend of classical wisdom combined with
the Dorje Dradül’s insight and pure vision. . . . A template of how heaven, earth, and humanity can be joined."—The Sakyong, Jampal Trinley Dradül, from the Foreword.
Now available in hardcover for the first time, this fifth—and probably final—edition ofThe Court Vision and Practice, by the Dorje Dradül of Mukpo, has beenupdated with forewords by Sakyong Jampal Trinley Dradül and the Druk Sakyong Wangmo Lady Diana Mukpo. It also includes a preface by Sir Martin Janowitz and an afterword by the editor, Carolyn Gimian.
This powerful little book was written in 1977 "In order to free this world from the dark age of materialism, and to promote great vision and the splendour of vast mind beyond poverty and pettiness," says the Dorje Dradül in his introduction. It accomplishes its mandate by providing us with guidance about the structural and governing principles of Shambhala, as well as a panoramic view of a society rooted in basic goodness. As Martin Janowitz writes in the preface, "Court Vision illuminates the Dorje Dradül’s wisdom about how
to fulfil the best of what any role within a society could be. It provides insight about how to be a warrior in training or in action—whether as a citizen, a leader, or even a king or queen."
Hardcover, 6 x 9"
Available to those who have completed Kalapa Assembly or Rigden Abhisheka.