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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:52 pm 

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Event : Bardo Teaching Webcast by Kenting Taisitupa
Date : August 24 - 26
Time : 5:00pm - 7:00pm (India Standard Time GMT +5:30)
7:30pm - 9:30pm (Malaysia Time )
IST : http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-z ... ndia/time/
Website : http://www.palpungmedia.org/

From 24 th August to 26 th August 2012, The Vajradhara 12 th Chamgon Kenting Tai Situpa will give a live web cast teaching on Bardo, requested by his disciples around the world especially in Taiwan.

The Tibetan word bardo means literally "intermediate state" - also translated as "transitional state" or "in-between state" or "liminal state". In Sanskrit the concept has the name antarabhāva.

The Six Bardos:

Chey nay bardo (Tibetan): is the first bardo of birth and life.
Milam bardo (Tibetan): is the second bardo of the dream state.
Samten bardo (Tibetan) is the third bardo of meditation.
Chikkhai bardo (Tibetan): is the fourth bardo of the moment of death.
Chönyid bardo (Tibetan): is the fifth bardo of the luminosity of the true nature, which commences after the final 'inner breath' (Sanskrit: prana, vayu; Tibetan: rlung).
Sidpa bardo (Tibetan): is the sixth bardo of becoming or transmigration Responding to the request of the disciple and Dharma centers, As well as the same teaching was taught for several times in english and a book also published recently. The Vajradhara 12th Kenting Tai Situpa will teach in Tibetan, which will be translated.

May this live web cast teaching will benefit to all the sentient being.

Visualizing the lineage tree is a major process during practicing Guru Yoga. In addition to the vision, it would be helpful if one has more knowledge about the lineage and the masters in the lineage tree.The introduction of the lineage tree will include introductions such as the masters, the source of the lineage teachings and the source of mahamudra.

http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... zation.htm

Drops of Nectar

Maha Mudra Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... /brief.asp

Guru Yoga Prayer
Chanted by Kenting Tai Situpa in March 2006

Precious Human Life Contemplation
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=2

Impermanence and Death
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=3

Karma, Cause and Result
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=4

Suffering of Samsara
http://www.palpung.org/movie/audio_e.as ... a%20prayer

Four Extraordinary Preliminary Practices

The First: Refuge, Prostration, and Bodhicitta Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=6

The Second: Dorjesempa Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=7
The Third:

Accumulation of Merits By Yogi Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=8

Accumulation of Merits By Mandala Offering Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... pagename=9

The Fourth: Guru Yoga Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... agename=10

Four Special Conditions Contemplations

Causal Condition
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... agename=11

Fundamental Condition
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... agename=12

Objective Condition
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... agename=13

Immediate Condition
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... agename=14

http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... agename=15

Tilopa's Song
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... me=endsong

PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 8:20 am 

Joined: Fri Apr 17, 2009 6:59 am
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So instead of looking for something which can never be found, then one should finally come to one's sense by knowing what you are looking is not anywhere. It is you who are looking for. You are not looking for anything anywhere. It is the essense of you, the potential of you that is what you are looking for.

We go up to heaven and down to hell and circle around in the entire limitless space for countless eons. And did we find anything today? We are still looking for, and searching for. Therefore the Prince Siddhartha has attained the enlightenment which is nothing more, nothing less than equal potential of everyone, and everything. I say everything because there is no everything without everyone".

Maha Mudra Practice
http://www.palpung.org/english/special/ ... /brief.asp



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