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So far, we have not seen any doctrinal changes in the Jonang version, but only clarifications of the meaning, primarily by means of the grammar. He also mentions that they appear in the dkar chag of dBus pa bLo gsal, one of the editors of the Old d thang Kanjur.
No one was able to come up with a textual source for this term. Some other places are mentioned where the name is used. But it is as rare as the Buddhas themselves, the last Khobilgan who reached it being Tsong-ka-pa of Kokonor XIV Centurythe reformer of esoteric as well as of vulgar Lamaism. This meter was always translated into Tibetan in metrical feet having seven syllables. Nobody talked about him, as if he was never born, which made him very outraged. Book of the Golden Precepts 2 comments.
This may be translated as: Blavatsky, published indraws its definitions from many sources. The signification of the latter term is a prolific subject of discussion and speculation with the different philosophic schools and religious sects of Buddhistic Asia. With the Sanskrit now available, we can see what happened.
However, following up on this is beyond the scope of this short note. Most helpful reviews on Amazon. North Dzyann Books, So we can compare the original Sanskrit. In a footnote Goyios remarks: The topic of the letter, what went on in the lodge in Allahabad, has now become less relevant for Sinnett, because he has decided to leave India. Vaidya edition,p. The New American Cyclopaedia has p. How often does it appear? Why was letter XCII 96 sent as a postscript and not as a separate letter? The Gnome Press Inc.
The relevance of this to students of Ell is that, due to the methods used by the Mahatmas in writing their letters, terms such as this found in the Mahatma letters may not be actual Buddhist technical terms that can be found in the Sanskrit texts. He had come to India when he was young, where he lived for a long time, becoming an Indian pandit.
Dialogos sobre el Libro Secreto de Dzyan (Spanish Edition)
Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, vol. The first thing we may notice looking at the signature, is that it is not a rendering of Sanskrit, but of a modern Indian language like Hindi, where the implicit a- or shwa-sound in consonants is dropped under specific circumstances.
What he said may be found in the Shan-Mun-yi-Tung. Comparatively little of it was written by Blavatsky herself.
Book of Dzyan – Wikipedia
In fact, access to his book showed that this bracketed material is not on his title page, but is an addition apparently made by the person who catalogued the book for the British Library.
Some years later aroundhe published an edition of The Voice of Silence in Bombay, with his own commentary. All articles with dzyzn statements Articles with unsourced statements from November This corresponds to p. With the help of the Tibetan Lama I could compare the English translation made by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky with the original, taking notes from the interpretation given by the Lama. I am extremely grateful to Boris de Zirkoff for tracing these sources, and to all involved in making this information publicly available.
I have extracted the two articles and now post them here.
The Book of Dzyan — The Quest for an Original Text of the Book of Dzyan
So which reading is correct? Six of these give the Shong version and two of these give the Jonang version. Ell Text and Its Authenticity As John Newman reminded me, he had referred to this text already in a note to an article published in By whom they were not considered to be authentic is not stated. He is usually referred to in short as Tsa mi or rTsa mi.
Being letters, they used then available translations of Buddhist texts for their quotations. From Mahatma letter 16, chronological 68, 2nd ed.
So when it was brought to Tibet a short time later, it was translated from Sanskrit into Tibetan several df. What led me to it was a quoted verse that for long I could not trace. Matthew Kapstein describes it as: