This novel narrates part of the life of Naraka Patel, but it could also have narrated that of anyone else, a path always riddled with evidence that we must learn to interpret. The young Naraka escapes from his family at a very young age. He lived in a small village near Delhi, and was fleeing from an abusive father who was about to kill him. On his way he grows, and crosses the north of India until he reaches Kathmandu (Nepal), where he enters as a Buddhist monk in a monastery, being recognized as the incarnation of Lama Savitri Parvati Rinpoche. Throughout his exciting life experience he achieves enlightenment, becoming the lama of the well-known Kopan monastery. He ends his days in an isolated retreat in a cave in the Mustang region of northern Nepal, where using the "Phowa" technique he achieves a lucid and conscious death. Naraka, during his retirement, writes multiple texts, this book being a small part specially dedicated to western culture, where some of his valuable and fully valid teachings are shown.
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Nacho Díaz Latorre was born in Geneva (Switzerland) in 1966. He lives in Spain. He maintains a dynamic and restless attitude and combines his passion for writing with his work as a freelancer as a graphic designer, editor and photographer. Married in 1992, he has two children. A fan of Trail Running and BTT. Primary Education Teacher Studies (Spanish Language). Writer. Blogger. YouTuber. It offers workshops and conferences around the theme of awakening consciousness and personal evolution. He has published 7 books since 2015.