In this series of talks on Buddha Nature given in May of 2010 at Hartford KTC in Hartford, Connecticut, Lama Yeshe Gyamtso clearly lays out both the process by which we develop obscurations and the path of practice that allows us to overcome them. He explains that while it is difficult to experience the emptiness of our relative experience, we can directly experience our own mind. This quest to search for mind’s nature is precisely the goal of our meditation. It is not enough, however, to simply find it and rest in it. We can’t just limit our practice to glimpses of our mind’s nature. We still need other practices. We must examine our mind closely through observation and analysis to thoroughly experience the nature of mind. Lama Yeshe made it clear that we should not view Buddha Nature as something distant or unattainable. It is not a hidden treasure, and it is not concealed from us. Once we gain confidence in our Buddha Nature we must then be patient and diligent. Through our practice and the guidance of our teacher we will experience gradual intensification of our realization and gain confidence that abiding in that realization will lead to liberation. Included in these talks are several excellent group meditation practices led by Lama Yeshe which were designed to facilitate investigation of our Buddha Nature. Five talks on five DVDs.