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The Complete Path of Practice (DVD)

 
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The complete path of practice of the Kagyu Lineage is contained in a profound and highly condensed form in the six verses of the Kagyu Lineage Prayer. This prayer, which is recited at the beginning of nearly every practice session, serves both as a supplication and as a teaching. In these six talks, Tulku Damcho Rinpoche expands the compact form of the prayer into a clear and detailed description of the major practices of the Kagyu Lineage all the way from common Shamatha up through Mahamudra Vipashyana. With the path of practice skillfully laid out in this way, it becomes possible for us to gain a deeper understanding of our own practice as well as a clear view of its place in the progression of practices. This is a delightful, brilliant and inspiring teaching. Students were provided with several opportunities to pose questions and receive answers. Translation was provided by Jules Levinson. 6 talks on three DVDs.
Features
  • Chapter Pointing

  • On this DVD 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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