Lobsang Rampa


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i have read 18 books from rampa and i beleave what he says

>>By jcawamba   (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 21:30)

I read all of Lobsang Rampas books years ago- I still have them all, somewhere. He was a bit of a leader in his field, in that he popularised a quite tricky and complex subject. He was responsible for bringing an essential viewpoint and teaching to a wider public than had previously been possible. Whether or not he was exactly what he claimed is totally irrelevant-(actually, what he has described IS perfectly possible)
The important thing is that what he wrote about is true and factual, although it's a teaching aimed at a certain level of understanding. Those interested in this subject and those that have benefited from reading about it should also read the works of Paul Brunton, more especially two of his later books- 'Wisdom of the Overself' and the prequel 'The hidden teaching beyond Yoga' Any one reading and understanding these two books will have very few questions left about anything...

Also visit Share International's site. www.shareintl.org for a goldmine of information about all subjects related to the genre under the sun. You can also find out about the truth about major political goings on in the world that effect us all as a 'global family'.
Find out the truth about the Iraqi scandal and the truth about Saddam Hussein.

>>By martian2   (Thursday, 13 May 2004 00:06)

Lobsang Rampa is a very unique and intersting author.I am amzed to see his writing prowess...and hav personally enjoye reading his books..he explains the metaphysical in a very easy and understandable manner.He is thourough in his knowledge.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Thursday, 13 May 2004 12:25)

Giving the information, leaving it to us, so we can use it with our intelligence, he gives the true info about our lives and we is next, his wisdom is given to the world so we can apply it to our knowledge ans certainly see that the earth is not it.

>>By Hondurangurl   (Sunday, 11 Jul 2004 00:31)

T.Lobsang Rampa is a unique and fascinating writer. He has great imagination.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Sunday, 18 Jul 2004 16:05)

i have read about 6 of his books and am looking for the rest to read... although i cannot astral travel as yet (i dont practise enough!) i can see parts of the aura, and i can use the healing techniques to good benefit. I have complete faith in what he teaches and trust he opinions.

>>By Louis   (Saturday, 31 Jul 2004 18:55)

He is a good writer...and all of his books fascinate me and they are extremely well written and convincing.However, I've also come across literature denouncing him as a fraud..a charlatan.Although that seems quite improbable to me....I wud still appreciate if someone cud shed some more light on this entire thing.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Saturday, 7 Aug 2004 14:20)


>>By MaVe_RicK   (Saturday, 7 Aug 2004 14:22)


After a very tragic event I started reading Lobsang Rampa's books and some of it has helped me thru a very bad time in my life. I would like to hear from anyone thats experienced astral travel etc. You can email me at raze101@hotmail.com


>>By saphire   (Monday, 1 Nov 2004 21:34)

Good author - controversial, sometimes doubtful - but a good read nevertheless - great organizational genius for compilation of various metaphysical concepts and presenting them ina novel way. For this, ayt least, he deserves some credit.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Wednesday, 6 Dec 2006 10:48)

I personally feel that his first two books are his best - The Third Eye and Doctor from Lhasa. The rest are fine, but no so entertaining as these two.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Wednesday, 6 Dec 2006 10:50)

The guy was a kook, & on the make!

>>By nonyeb   (Wednesday, 10 Jan 2007 19:41)

I now do nt believe in any of his writings. I cant say its false, but thats not it -the truth - even if the writer knows it or not.

Fine entertainment though - but noone should use the writings as either truth or road to truth - or any other crutch people use these things as. One should not read to get inspired.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Tuesday, 27 Mar 2007 08:14)

To paraphrase His Bobness, never follow 'leaders'.

>>By nonyeb   (Friday, 30 Mar 2007 11:41)

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