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Tilak of Tibet Reveals Life's Purpose

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Author: Ann Hackett
Published: 1944
Language: English
Wordcount: 30,193 / 89 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.5
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,360
Added to site: 2010.08.28 28842

This is the first attempt ever made to present the teachings of the great Tibetan sage, Tilak.The teachings of Tilak find their source in the Ancient Wisdom--teachings that are ever passed from mentor to pupil.

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as not without its message.

Tilak must prepare more; must be ready for a greater vision. He must receive the contents of many past lives, for in them is rooted the future--the future of the world.

Unbreakable hidden threads connect each with all, and all with each. He who raises himself brings additional light to a darkened globe.

Seek the Great Potential. Make actual that which is not actual, that the lives of all become benefit thereby.


Tilak was polishing a long slender stone. The stone reflected his efforts. Hidden within this slender stone for thousands of centuries had been sweet sound--sound waiting but a caressing touch that it assume proper shape--and then the gentlest tap that the sound be released.

When the slender stone had reached a perfect length and circumference, under the ministering hands of Tilak, it was gently laid beside other polished stones, on a bed of softest cloth.

Tilak nodded. His work was complete. He counted the l



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