Post by M~Apollo on Jun 24, 2017 16:51:11 GMT
Doctor from Lhasa - (1959) The story continues with Lobsang leaving Lhasa and travelling to Chungking, China. Here he furthered his medical studies with Western methods. Learns to fly a plane, but gets captured and tortured by the Japanese. Lobsang spent much time living in concentration camps as the official medical officer until the day he escaped. Lobsang was one of the very few people to survive the first atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Also, learn how to use a crystal ball, exercises in breathing to improve one's wellbeing. Feeding_the_Flame.docx
Feeding the Flame - (1971) It is said: "it is better to light a candle than curse the darkness." In the first ten books Dr Rampa lit a candle, so now in this eleventh book, it's time to ‘feed the flame,’ the spiritual flame of life. Evidence of reincarnation by quoting an instance in history and explaining those events in greater detail. More readers' questions and answers.My Visit to Venus.pdf
A foreword followed by Lobsang's writings about his experiences on the planet Venus.