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Niemals hat er mir etwas ausgeschlagen. Doch eines Tages wurde Samten plötzlich sehr krank, und bald war klar, dass er nicht mehr lange leben würde. Wir mussten unsere Abreise verschieben. Die folgenden zwei Wochen werde ich niemals vergessen. Der strenge Geruch des Todes hing wie eine Wolke über allem, und immer, wenn ich an damals zurückdenke, kommt mir dieser Geruch wieder in Erinnerung. Das Kloster war durchdrungen von einem intensiven Gewahrsein des Todes, das jedoch niemals morbide oder beängstigend war.

Sein Blick und seine Haltung machten jedem deutlich, dass man hier einem weisen und heiligen Mann begegnete. Er hatte eine tiefe, volle, wohlklingende Stimme, und wenn er lehrte, neigte er seinen Kopf leicht nach hinten, und die Lehren flossen in einem Strom von Redegewandtheit und Poesie nur so aus ihm heraus. Trotz des Respekts, ja der Ehrfurcht, die er erweckte, war er in allem, was er tat, bescheiden. Jamyang Khyentse war das Fundament meines Lebens, und er ist die Inspiration für dieses Buch.

Erster Teil Leben 1. Im Spiegel des Todes Meine erste Begegnung mit dem Tod hatte ich im Alter von sieben Jahren, als wir uns eben darauf vorbereiteten, das östliche Hochland zu verlassen, um nach Zentraltibet aufzubrechen. Samten war einer der persönlichen Betreuer meines Meisters, ein wunderbarer Mönch, der immer gütig zu mir gewesen war. Er hatte ein strahlendes, pausbäckiges Gesicht, immer bereit zu einem Lächeln. Jeder im Kloster liebte ihn, weil er so gutmütig war. Mein Meister lehrte jeden Tag, gab Initiationen und leitete Rituale und Übungen.

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