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The Seven Points of Mind Training (CD)

 
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While Mahamudra is a powerful practice for attaining realization, strong emotions obstruct progress on the path. The Seven Points of Mind Training, a relative bodhicitta practice brought to Tibet by Atisha, is very effective in working with emotions. Thrangu Rinpoche clearly explains these Seven Points which are presented in Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye’s classic text, The Great Path of Awakening. In Rinpoche’s view, the combination of Mahamudra and Mind Training is an excellent balance of ultimate and relative bodhicitta practice that together offer a swift path to full realization. Translated by Lama Erik Schmidt. Nine talks. These CDs are in the Mainly English Format.
Features
  • “Mainly English” CD (audio) Recordings
    Because Thrangu Rinpoche often speaks for long periods of time in Tibetan when he teaches, his long monologues have been curtailed on CD recordings (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 Rinpoche’s Tibetan. However, because there are no DVD recordings of Creation and Completion, the complete unedited recordings of that teaching currently exist only in the Vajra Echoes archives.

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