Darkness Over Tibet (Mystic Travellers Series) by Theodore Illion

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I f you do not know what the Valley of Mystery is, I am not allowed to tell you more about it. So please do not mention it any more," she said, with a firmness which was almost startling in so young a girl. She noticed my disappointment, smiled, and said sweetly, "But I w i l l give you an introduction to Narbu . . " "When you meet Narbu, do not tell him that I mentioned to you the Valley of Mystery. I thought you knew all about it when I said that word, because you seemed to know so much about spiritual matters.

W e l l , " said Dolma, "—and now comes the part of the story I had some difficulty in believing— the bear looked at the frail creature who stood tremblingly before him, his gun lying at his feet, and . . " "I can believe that," I said, "for bears have a soul, although they are only at times individualized. " " I f the hunter had a soul, it was impossible for him to take up the gun to shoot after the bear. " * Gun. " " O h yes. " "There are many. " "Perhaps, many thousand years ago. " "It is very strange.

Thus the demons got hold of him. " As he thought of his little brother his eyes revealed great soul-passion and an immense capacity for suffering. He seemed to be quite different from many other Tibetans who seemed to me to be incapable of such deep feelings. " he asked after a slight pause. " N o , " I answered. " Suddenly the young Tibetan seized my arm and pointed northward, whence we had just come. At a distance of a little over a mile a group of people was moving towards us. "Gyog-pas l"\ he cried.

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