Tibetan monk Za Rinpoche and religious art historian Ashley Nebelsieck lend great authenticity to The Backdoor to Enlightenment.
Readers from all faiths will benefit from this book as long as they are able to keep their minds open. Rinpoche and Nebelsieck leap over the barriers that have kept Westerners from benefitting from ancient wisdom that has been working for centuries.
With the hurly-burly pace of American life, this book belongs on the shelf of every workaholic, mother, and those lovely people who need to go to the nearest hospital to have the needles removed from their butts. Seriously, this book really could save the lives of the millions of Type-A personalities who go ballistic over the tiniest setback. You know the type - those who flash the finger in traffic at the least perceived insult.
Everyone needs The Backdoor to Enlightenment to help them figure out how to lighten their stress load and have something to refer to on those days when they feel they canít take one more thing going wrong.