A Monk Walks His Path
My friend Yasha is in Moscow right now, seeking his fortune while sharing the incredible tools he has developed to open one’s inner awareness.
In the late 60′s while contemplating starting a Master’s in Physics, he told his professor that he wanted to research the topic “Where do the solutions to problems come from?”
The professor retorted “That’s not Physics! If you want to study that, you’d better go to a monastery somewhere.” So he did. He went to Berkeley to the Tibetan Buddhist location, camped out for 3 weeks under their stairs, and then they finally said “You can stay.”
For six years he studied and traveled with 3 of the 6 lamas who were in the U.S. Then he spent another 6 years building stupas in Hawaii. He learned a lot … but declined to become a lama or a teacher. Being a born and bred American, he knew he would want to say more than just the “party line.”
Later, Yasha developed what he now calls The Tambolian Map … a Mind Map that helps reveal aspects of your inner nature and how you make decisions.
I worked with this tool for a number of years to great advantage. And when I presented it to others, invariably I got comments like “This was a peak experience.”
Consider for yourself … how would you answer the questions “Who is your partner?” and “What is the difference between good and evil.” It’s really useful to know these answers for yourself … and how to explain them so others understand!