Aspiration Prayer of Mahamudra 703 KB
As requested by the dharma centre and its lama, I will be teaching about Mahamudra, particularly according to the Prayer of Mahamudra, written by the Third Gyalwa Karmapa, Rangjung Dorje. We have only three sessions to go through the prayer, so it will be quite brief; but it will be both a teaching and a transmission.

Aspiration Prayer of Mahamudra, from The Aspiration Prayer of Mahamudra (Palpung Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal Publications 2001)
Introducing Mahamudra - Mahamudra teachings book 178 KB
This will be very much like an introduction for those who don.t know anything about Mahamudra, or for those who know very little about Mahamudra. For those who know a lot about Mahamudra, it will be a reminder.

Introducing Mahamudra, from Mahamudra Teachings (Palpung Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal Publications 2001)
Mahamudra - TL December 2006 2544 KB
There are four yogas of Mahamudra; these are the stages of realization within fruition Mahamudra, each representing the fruition of a certain level of meditation practice. These are the yoga of one-pointedness, the yoga of non-conceptuality (simplicity), the yoga of one-flavor (taste) and the yoga of non-meditation.

Mahamudra, from the December 2006 issue of Thar Lam (Palpung Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal Publications)
Mahamudra Practice - Mahamudra teachings book 187 KB
According to the Mahamudra teaching, everything that we see, hear and interact with: nature and the universe, everything is the interdependent and interconnected manifestation of everything that has to do with our mind. So there is no difference between our mind and everything else. In essence, it is its reflection.

Mahamudra Practice, from Mahamudra Teachings (Palpung Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal Publications 2001)
The Nature of Mind 104 KB
I have been asked to give an introduction to the nature of mind. .Nature of mind., in one way or another, covers everything; otherwise, we wouldn.t be here.

Teaching at Karma Triyana Dharmachakra, May 24-26, 1986.
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