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ings in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Tilopa’s Mahamudra Upadesha. Rinpoche gave the teachings in Tibetan; they were orally translated by Lama Yeshe. Venerable Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche described Tilopa’s Mahamudra Upadesha as “Tilopa’s most significant teaching.” In a commentary in Vancouver, . “Tilopa’s Mahamudra Upadesha” by Sangyes Nyenpa. Posted March 3, All lineages of Mahamudra meditation have their source in a verse teaching–a.

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Not trying to meditate is the supreme path of the Buddha. Do nought with the body but relax, Shut firm the mouth and silent remain, Empty your mind and think of nought.

For example, just as we apply the term empty to space, in fact, there is nothing within space that we are accurately describing by that term.

Tilopa’s Mahamudra Upadesha

A Manual of Dzogchen Changter Yoga. Jen marked it as to-read Mar 04, Having no mind, without desires, Self-quieted, self-existing, It is like a wave of water. Phenomena on every plane of being are constantly arising and disappearing.

As to keeping the covenant samayait is broken by the very act of trying to adhere to rules. If you become familiar and acquainted with this, you attain unsurpassable enlightenment. A tree spreads its branches mahamuvra puts forth leaves, But when its root is cut its foliage withers; So too, when the root of the mind is severed, The branches of the tree of samsara die.


This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. When the bonds are loosened, there is no doubt of release.

When, devoid of any wish, you are not confined to a position, all the teachings of the scripture collections without exception will be realized. Savor it, study the commentary, and then come back to it later, and do this over and over again.

Tilopa’s Mahamudra Upadesha: The Gangama Instructions with Commentary by Sangye Nyenpa

Samsaric ways are senseless: Giving not nor taking, Put your mind at rest. Transient is this world; Like phantoms and dreams, Substance it has none. This is not something far distant from us. Practical Advice for Mahamudra Meditators.

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For example, when you look at the center of the sky, seeing will cease. One who wishes to attain this level of meditation should first begin by practicing remembrance on the breath. Even if not a basic Mahamudra book, his reading contains transformation potentials at every pages. Where Buddhism Meets Neuroscience.


Thus they are forever fresh, always new and inexhaustible. But for your sake, O Naropa, my devoted disciple, who is diligent in ascetic practice and exertion, this shall be said: Let go and rest in the uncontrived, fundamental state. Likewise, mahamudra mind dwells nowhere. Emptying into the ocean of Mahamudra, the water becomes ever-expanding light that mahaudra into great Clear Light — without direction, destination, division, distinction or description. Think of nothing whatsoever with the mind and look at the dharmas of the leap.

If mind has no direction, it is Mahamudra.

The unborn alaya is without habits and veils.