Vajrayogini and other Sacred Power Places in Nepal was inspired by His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche when he took 61 people on a whirlwind pilgrimage to Nepal. This book is an account of the amazing spiritual journey with each temple and holy site, beautifully captured on camera along with Tsem Rinpoche’s powerful explanations and stories. The principle pilgrimage sites which the pilgrims were privileged to visit consisted of ancient caves and temples related to the Tantric deity called Vajrayogini, the Mahasiddha Naropa and his Guru, Tilopa. There are many photographs particularly of the ancient and sacred Vajrayogini statues that have never been seen in print – in fact, most of these sites are not even mentioned in the usual guidebooks. It is hoped that this book will serve to inspire intrepid spiritual seekers who wish to make their own spiritual journey to discover the ancient world of Vajrayogini.
Paul Yap is a graduate from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. Prior to dedicating himself to Kechara, Paul had garnered six years experience working in an international public accounting firm and three years as a Senior Finance Manager in the manufacturing industry. He is now the head of Kechara Discovery.
About the Author: David Lai David Lai was born in suburban Petaling Jaya, Malaysia where he also grew up before going to Australia for his higher education. He spent the first few years of his working life hopping from one sales job to another without realising his full potential. Everything changed when he met His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche, who told him to write. He is now a proud collaborator and author of this book.