Mandala Offering by H.E Dagmo Kusho Jamyang Sakya

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Mandala Offering by H.E Dagmo Kusho Jamyang Sakya

Postby phantom59 » Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:42 am

Mandala Offering by H.E Dagmo Kusho Jamyang Sakya and Ven Tulku Yeshi.
This demo is of particular interest to members of the Sakya Monastery
who are practicing Ngondro. ... Buddhism_6

“Dreams are a reservoir of knowledge and experience, yet they are
often overlooked as a vehicle for exploring reality. In the dream
state our bodies are at rest, yet we see and hear, move about, and
we're even able to learn. When we make good used of the dream state,
it is almost as if our lives were doubled: instead of a hundred years,
we live two hundred.”
-Tibetan Buddhist Tarthang Tulku. ... 5_64kb.m3u

Commentary on Yamantaka Sadhana Practice
Meditation on the deity, Yamantaka with it's five unique features is
considered a crucial practice for our times. Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
presents detailed instructions on the short sadhana practice for this
deity.Meditation on the deity, Yamantaka with it's five unique
features is considered a crucial practice for our times. Ven. Geshe
Ngawang Dakpa presents detailed instructions on the short sadhana
practice for this deity."In the practice of Highest Yoga Tantra, try
to focus on everything causing great bliss within you. Try to
transform everything you see, hear or think about so that it causes
great bliss. Then, use that bliss to understand emptiness. This is an
important point...Thus, your enjoyments will increase your
concentration on bliss and emptiness." - Lama Zopa Rinpoche ... _128kb.m3u

Mahakala Jenang ... _128kb.m3u

Kalarupa Jenang ... 5_64kb.m3u

Mahamudra Teachings Meditating on the mind and reality by Ven. Choden Rinpoche ... _128kb.m3u

Om Mani Padme Hum ... 3_64kb.m3u

Ven. Arjia Rinpoche Story of Life in Tibet, Escape from Tibet, Life in the West
This great lama, the abbott of Kumbum monastery tells his life story.
From his early childhood in Tibet, the invasion of the chinese,
suppression of religious freedom, the cultural revolution, escape from
Tibet and his life here in the Bay Area.
Ven. Arjia Rinpoche was the Abbot of Kumbum Monastery, one of the six
great centers of Buddhism in Tibet. He was born in Eastern Tibet to
Mongolian nomads and as a young boy was recognized as the
reincarnation of Lumbum Gye, father of Lama Je Tsong Khapa, the
founder of Gelugpa (Yellow Hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Rinpoche is
one of the most important religious leaders to leave Tibet since the
Dalai Lama fled into exile in 1959. From a very early age he was
trained by great lineage masters, including His Holiness the Dalai
Lama and the late Panchen Lama. Rinpoche left Tibet in 1998 due to the
repression of Tibetan religion and culture. In 2000 Rinpoche
established The Tibetan Center for Compassion and Wisdom (TCCW) here
in California, to preserve and celebrate Tibetan language, arts, and
to advance understanding of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. ... 2_64kb.m3u

Establishing a Daily Practice Discovering Buddhism
The purpose of this course is to learn how to meditate at home, in
order to continuously develop ones human potential and live with a
peaceful mind in daily life. It starts with the 6 preliminary
practices and is based on A Daily Meditation Practice - How to
Meditate on the Graded Path to Enlightenment, by Lama Zopa Rinpoche, ... 9_64kb.m3u

Prajna Paramita Sutra Commentary by Buddhist Monk Geshe Dagri Rinpoche Tulku ... i_64kb.m3u ... i_64kb.m3u ... i_64kb.m3u

Gaden Lha Gyema by Geshe Gyalten
Geshe Gyalten will teach Kyabje Choden Rinpoche's commentary on the
Gaden Lha Gyema or One Hundred Deities of Tushita Heaven. This is Lama
Tsongkhapaâs Guru Yoga. When practiced in conjunction with recitations
of the Meg Tse Ma mantra, this Guru Yoga is an unprecedented method
for increasing the three essences of spiritual development:
compassion, wisdom and the spiritual power to subdue all forms of
obstacles.Lama Tsongkhapa is an emanation of Avalokitesvara, the
Buddha of Compassion; Manjushri, the Buddha of Wisdom and Vajrapani,
the Buddha of Power. This practice enables us to be guided by these
three Buddhas in all of our lives. ... n_64kb.m3u

Commentary on Vajrayogini Sadhana
Vajrayogini is one of the meditational deities of mother tantra, the
principle source explaining the method for generating the blissful
clear light. Vajrayogini, the diamond meditator, is the female
embodiment of the wisdom of the inseparability of great bliss and
emptiness. One of the special features of her path is that it contains
methods for practicing the generation and completion stages of highest
yoga tantra simultaneously. ... 1_64kb.m3u

Mahamudra Teachings Meditating on the mind and reality ... _128kb.m3u

Tsok Offering with Lama Zopa Rinpoche Comments
Guru Puja Ceremony with Lama Zopa Rinpoche comments at beginning on
supporting sangha jewel; comments at end of the qualities of Ven.
Khensur Rinpoche Geshe Jampa Tegchok, Ven. Geshe Tsulga, and Ven.
Geshe Ngawang Dakpa

Experience a 1 day, 2 session mani retreat with the meditation master
and yogi Kyabje Choden Rinpoche. Reciting the six syllable mantra, OM
MANI PADME HUM, with heartfelt respect and the altruistic motivation
has infinite benefits. Among these are obtaining higher migrations in
future rebirths, the removal of the suffering of all beings and taking
rebirth in a Pure Land. Reciting the mani mantra is equivalent to
reciting the names of all of the Buddhas. ... he_vbr.m3u

Practice of Ten Innermost Jewels of the Kadampas by Geshe Gyalten ... n_64kb.m3u

Khensur Rinpoche Geshe Jampa Tegchog Exploring the Heart Sutra
The Heart Sutra, one of the most famous of all the Buddha's sutras,
contains the entire path to enlightenment and dives deeply into the
meaning of the wisdom of emptiness. Sera Je Khensur Rinpoche Jampa
Tegchog will introduce the main elements of this brief sutra in clear,
thorough and engaging teachings. ... a_64kb.m3u

Geshe Gyalten will lead us in this simple yet deeply profound method
to realize the nature of our mind. Mahamudra Meditation, the Great
Seal (the quintessential teaching and meditation of the Buddha) is a
step by step meditation practice on the mind through both Sutra and
Tantra to bring about inner peace and satisfaction. ... n_64kb.m3u ... n_64kb.m3u ... n_64kb.m3u ... n_64kb.m3u ... n_64kb.m3u ... n_64kb.m3u

The Shurangama Mantra is the longest mantra in Buddhism. It is also
called the most magical and wonderful language. Whoever recites it
will become protected by Vajra Treasury Bodhisattvas of Medicine
Buddha (Akshobhya Mitrugpa). If you want to hold the mantra, you have
to be sincere in your intent, rectify your mind and cultivate your
body. Then you must get rid of your desire for material objects and
people. Now what is meant by getting rid of your desire for material
objects and people? It means to transform of all your desire for
physical comforts, pleasures and things -- it means not having greed
or lust but instead having simultaneous wisdom and compassion. If you
can get rid of material desires, establish your intent to benefit
others more than your self, make firm your determination
(Bodhichitta), and be really sincere, then, in holding this mantra,
you will get a response. Discussion of the entire bird's eye view of
the Shurangama Mantra. Now, in the Shurangama Mantra, right from the
beginning, you take refuge with all Buddhas of the Ten Directions that
pervade empty space in the Dharma Realm. They you take refuge with all
the Great Bodhisattvas of the Ten Directions that pervade the Dharma
Realm and empty space. And then you take refuge with the Arhats, the
Sages of the First Fruit through the Fourth Fruit. Then you take
refuge with all the gods. ... m_64kb.m3u ... a_64kb.m3u ... m_64kb.m3u ... m_64kb.m3u
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