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The Twenty-One Praises of Tara (DVD)

 
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Noble Tara acts swiftly and fearlessly to defeat the fears that dwell in our hearts and present obstacles to achieving enlightenment. As Princess Dawa, Tara vowed to benefit all sentient beings until samsara empties. Breaking tradition, she vowed to accomplish this activity always in the body of a woman. Bardor Tulku Rinpoche teaches Tara practice, including her legend, symbolic aspects of her manifestation, and her enlightened activity. Rinpoche bases his talks on a commentary on the 21 praises of Tara, The Supreme Generosity of the Treasure Vase which Brings All Happiness and Joy by Thubten Shedrup Gyamtso of Dzogchen Monastery. Translated by Lama Yeshe Gyamtso. Four talks on two DVDs. These recordings have chapter points.
Features
  • Chapter Pointing on DVD video recordings

  • On this recording, chapter points have been set at each transition from Tibetan to English and from English to Tibetan. Because Rinpoche sometimes speaks in Tibetan for long periods at a time, some viewers may wish to jump forward to the English translation (at any time) by using the Next Chapter button (>>|) on their DVD player’s remote control. Also, for those who primarily speak Tibetan, the same process works for jumping from the English to the Tibetan.

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