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conebeckham wrote:Dharmadhatu continues to uphold Trungpa's presentation of "sitting," as well as the Tantric path of Mahamudra Ngondro, Vajrayogini, Chakrasamvara, and also Vajrakilaya as explained by Khyentse Wangpo, as well as Trungpa's Sadhana of Mahamudra, and also Longchen Nyingthik as well as other tantric practices. Perhaps in the future we will see even more diversity, but I don't think the "Kagyu Practices" have been abandoned.
ngodrup wrote:Indeed. And it seems they are still doing the 'three year retreat' expanded
to six years (in six month increments with six month breaks back in the world)
based on the traditional Kagyu Curriculum. Of course, the usual Shambhala
hoops need to be jumped through to enter that program. If memory serves
one must have had werma transmission to enter, although the drupdra is
not based on the Shambhala terma. The people who complete it are still
Kagyu linneage holders.
So in some ways there seems to have been some repositioning in terms
of what is generally taught publicly, the backbone seems unchanged.
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