Program Details

Mahamudra Series Year 2 - Talk 3


with Dorje Loppon Lodro Dorje
January 18 / 12:00 AM - January 18 / 12:00 AM

Kagyu / Nyingma Vajrayana Practice talks are offered every month. Participation with your centre or group is recommended, however, individuals are also welcome to attend.




Practice and Study of the Kagyu Mahamudra


Talk 3 - Mahamudra Series Year 2 - Mahamudra Vipashyana


This talk begins the study of Khenpo Tsultim Gyamtso Rinpoche's 1993 exposition of Mahamudra Vipashyana.


"The quintessence of the … countless teaching of the buddhas is that the wisdom essence … is present as the nature of sentient beings. Among all the different kinds of teaching is one that is the most eminent, the shortest path, the ultimate meaning… Mahamudra is the supreme method that directly and easily reveals the natural face of the mind in which the three kayas are spontaneously present."
Lamp of Mahamudra, Tselae Natsok Rangdrol


In addition to the main presentation, we have introduced a program of practice and study that can be pursued at local centers. For more information, request to join the group Kagyu Mahamudra Forum on the Shambhala Network.


PREREQUISITE: Open to all Shambhala Tantrikas who have received the lung AND participated in Year 1 of the Mahamudra Series, as well as Talks 1 and 2 of Year 2.


The 1993 transcript may be ordered from the Nalanda Translation Committee at this link. (Lung required.)


REGISTRATION FEE: $25 per person per session. Please contact us to inquire about our generosity policy.


A "heart gift" may be offered here.


Additional sessions for Year 2 are scheduled for: March 15, May 17


To register for additional sessions, see our Calendar page.


To register for past talks, see our Recording Library.


TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: A computer with a wired, high-speed internet connection. A webcam and/or microphone are recommended for live programs. See our Help page for additional information.


To register for recordings only, please follow the same registration procedure.


Recordings are made over the internet. Their quality cannot be guaranteed.

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