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  • Author:
    Frederick Lenz
  • ISBN:
    1559273704
  • ISBN13:
    978-1559273701
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  • Publisher:
    Macmillan Audio (November 1, 1995)
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    Worship & Devotion
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Lenz's father, Frederick Lenz J. worked as a marketing executive and later went on to become the mayor of Stamford from 1973 to 1975. His mother, Dorothy Lenz, was a housewife and a student of astrology. His mother and father divorced when he was seven years old, his father remarried six years later

Surfing the Himalayas" is the engaging story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high - but surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined.

Surfing the Himalayas" is the engaging story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high - but surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined. In an accident of karmic destiny.

Surfing the Himalayas: A Spiritual Adventure Paperback – 2007. Dr. Frederick Lenz writes down the words of wisdom from Master Fwap. This book takes your understanding of this world beyond what you used to believe. You make your own world. by. Frederick Lenz (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Charged with energy, humor and insight, this is the engaging story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high-but surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined

Surfing the Himalayas. Charged with energy, humor and insight, this is the engaging story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high-but surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined. In an accident of karmic destiny, the young man plows into a Buddhist monk named Master Fwap who takes him on as a spiritual apprentice. Using snowboarding as a path to enlightenment, the charming and learned Master Fwap shows how, by freeing the mind and challenging the soul, one can master any mountain-and master oneself.

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Surfing the Himalayas : A Spiritual Adventure. Surfing the Himalayas" is the engaging story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high - but surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined. In an accident of karmic destiny, the young man plows into a wizened Buddhist monk named Master Fwap who takes him on as a spiritual apprentice.

Surfing the himalayas a spiritual adventure. Also by Frederick Lenz At ion. org BOOKS Snowboarding to Nirvana The Last Incarnation Insights: Tantric Buddhist Reflections on Life ZAZEN MUSIC Ecstasy Samadhi Samurai Tantra Mystery School Urban Destruction AUDIO TALK SETS The Lakshmi Series Insights: Talks on the Nature of Existence On the Road with Rama Zen Tapes The Enlightenment Cycle Tantric Buddhism VIDEOS Tantric Buddhism with Rama Cayman Blue & Canyons. Surfing the himalayas: a spiritual adventure.

Frederick Lenz - Frederick Philip Lenz, III, P. The book is the sequel to best seller Surfing The Himalayas and continues the author s adventures with his Buddhist teacher, learning. Snowboarding to Nirvana - (ISBN 0 312 15293 0, ISBN 0 312 18179 5) was written by Rama, Dr. Frederick Lenz and published in 1997 and 1998.

Surfing the Himalayas Occult Dancer Mandala of Light Retrograde Planet Mystery School Techno Zen Master Tantra .

Surfing the Himalayas Occult Dancer Mandala of Light Retrograde Planet Mystery School Techno Zen Master Tantra Urban Destruction Zen Master. Tantric Buddhism with Rama (1993) Cayman Blue and Canyons of Light (1997). The Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism.

An American snowboarder arrives at the top of the Himalayas, where he plows into a Buddhist monk who shows him the parallels between snowboarding and spiritual fulfillment.

Marad
A simple western-culture oriented explanation of rather complicated concepts on the path. The language is good, and the book reads very easily. Keep an open mind - as always!
Mojind
I enjoyed this book as much as reading about the five Tibetan rites in the "secret of the fountain of youth". A great spiritual adventure that will make an impression on your soul.
Paster
In 1990, I spent two months in Nepal and Tibet, and visted numerous monasteries. I have also been an amateur student of Buddism, on-and-off, for a number of years. This book looked interesting, but I was disappointed.

I have to agree with many of the comments of reviewer David Yeh, on the American Amazon site, whom I quote: " '...Master Fwap told me that most people who have been enlightened in their previous incarnations would normally begin to regain their past-life enlightenment-if they lived at sea level-at around the age of twenty-nine, when their astrological Saturn return took place. He said that living in or near sacred mountains, because of their beneficial auric influences, often made past-life returns happen even faster.' What?! Sea level? Saturn return? Auric influences? I'm not close-minded, but Lenz makes little attempt to make believers out of non-believers, he throws out jargon like this with impunity."

I did find some aspects of the book interesting, but I thought it got really bogged down, and it was hard for meto persevere to the end. Having done so, I felt disappointed. There wasn't any payoff for me.
Phenade
This book has interesting concepts, but is slightly on the sophmoric side in writing style.
It did get my husband interested in zen concepts, but one would have to study more than
this book to actually apply them to a person's life. (Surfing the Himalayas)
Uleran
I like the theme of this book, and I think the overall message is great, but the writing is not all that spectacular. What did I expect, right? I would recommend this book to anyone hoping for a general understanding of spiritual identity, but it's not the best book I've read on the subject. As a snowboarder I was attracted to the plot, but I don't feel it goes into much detail about the actual riding he did, so it would be a good read for anyone - not just action sport enthusiasts.
Gogul
Very interesting. I feel that even though it was written as fiction there is a lot of value contained in the information given by Fredrick, aka, Rama.
Swift Summer
I enjoyed this book.This is a light and good intro to Tibetan and Tantric Buddhist ideas. I would recommend it!~~~~
love it.wonderful book to read.