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Pointing Out the Dharmakaya of the Ninth Karmpa Wangchug Dorje

Thrangu Rinpoche (Author) Geshe Lharampa (Author)
Synopsis In the Kagyu tradition, the writing down of the oral instructions happened primarily during the time of the ninth Karmapa. Wangchug Dorje, who lived in the fifteenth century. He wrote three main expositions of mahamudra practice: The Ocean of the Definitive Meaning; Dispelling the Darkness of Ignorance; and Pointing out the Dharmakaya. The present book Pointing out the Dharmakaya gives a full treatment of mahamudra practice. This book has several sections. The first part of the text is devoted to the four preliminaries of mahamudra practice, and the bulk of the text describes the actual practice, divided into the practice of insight meditation. Because of its brevity, the text is a convenient practical manual for mahamudra practitioners. It is easy to use and it is easy to keep the instructions in mind. The instructions enable the practitioner to get directly at the nature of hir or her mind.
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About the author

Thrangu Rinpoche

Thrangu Rinpoche has been recognized as one of the foremost teachers of Buddhism alive today. He has had a thorough training in Buddhist studies and has done extensive meditation practice in his native Tibet and then in exile in India. For the last twenty years he has been sharing this knowledge with Buddhist practitioners in the West. He is known for giving very comprehensive presentations and for making difficult subjects clear for the beginner and advanced practitioner a like.

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Title Pointing Out the Dharmakaya of the Ninth Karmpa Wangchug Dorje
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170307171
length 116p., Glossary; 23cm.