Donation for biographies


Donation for the Publication in Spanish of Biographies of Buddhist Masters



Giving joyfully and with pure motivation is the source of your own prosperity and happiness … and also helps others.
The Paramita’s training of generosity gives us great joy and satisfaction, especially when we manage to bring the Dharma to more beings.

Buddha expressed “That all beings can study the Dharma in their own language.” That is why we take this commitment to make the teachings of Buddha, and of Guru Rinpoche especially. Thus, through the publication of Buddhist books and the precious teachings of the Masters of the Ripa Lineage, we want to put our grain of sand so that in this and future generations the beings can access the authentic words that help them to advance in its spiritual practice, the tantric path that leads directly and in a life to the recognition of our own nature and liberation.


Practice generosity now, from your heart, sharing your resources for a high end

With what attitude to give properly

  • with ethical discipline and correct motivation, without erroneous thoughts and without repenting after
  • with patience, enduring the difficulties
  • with perseverance, enjoying the act of giving
  • with mental stability, concentrating on the dedication of this energy that you create with the act of giving
    realizing that you, that you donate, who receives and the money that is given lack inherent existence.

And we need your financial support:

  • With the pre-purchase of: 10 or 20 books, so that after you can also participate and help in its distribution to friends, companions of the Dharma.
  • Donation: any amount you can or feel is right.
  • With the interest-free one-year loan for a specific project or in general, to cover expenses of all the publishing projects.

You can make your transfer in the account:

Associació Shabda Edicions
ES66 1491 0001 2130 0006 6812



The Biography of realized beings or Namthar means perfect or complete liberation. A Namthar is not only a detailed reference to the life of a holy person, but it is the description of his journey of liberation: a story as well as a teaching. More than any other teaching, in fact, a namthar leads to a deep impression in the mind of the reader. Far from abstract considerations, it puts in our hands a map to guide us on the journey, a testimony that the trip can be made, and a powerful incentive to get involved quickly on the road. The namthar of recent teachers remind us that these stories are not old stories; but they show that even in our times, there are realized beings who are living examples of enlightenment.