In these four talks Bardor Tulku Rinpoche discusses the historical background of Chenrezig and his unimaginably vast aspiration for compassionate activity to benefit all sentient beings, thus giving context to his being regarded as the bodhisattava of compassion in Tibet and the world in general. Four talks on 1 MP3 CD. This recording is in the "Mainly English" format.
The Third Bardor Tulku Rinpoche was recognized by His Holiness the Sixteenth Gyalwa Karmapa. He accompanied the Karmapa on his world tours in 1974 and 1976. Following His Holinesses instruction, he assisted Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche in establishing Karma Triyana Dharmachakra monestary in Woodstock, NY. Rinpoche presently presides over his own dharma center, Kunzang Palchen Ling, in Red Hook, NY. Translated by Jigme Nyima.
- “Mainly English” Audio Recordings (CDs and MP3CDs) Because Bardor Tulku Rinpoche often speaks for long periods of time in Tibetan when he teaches, his long monologues have been curtailed on this MP3 CD recording (audio) to preserve the continuity of the teaching and make listening easier. Thus the voice heard for the majority of the time is that of the translator. DVD video recordings include all of the Tibetan.
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