By The Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche Geshe Lharampa, John Rockwell
The 3rd Karmapa, Rangjung Dorje wrote a generally recited vajra tune or doha expressing his figuring out of Mahamudra meditation and the trail which results in it. This non secular music includes 25 verses and during this booklet is a translation of the verses in addition to a verse-by-verse remark through Thrangu Rinpoche. If one wishes a good assessment of the profound approach to Mahamudra meditation, this ebook is a superb position to begin.
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Animals have not realized it, the bugs have not realized it; nor have most human beings realized it. Among human beings, even those who are charismatic ore smart or wealthy have not been able to realize this true nature of mind. ” They dwell in samsara, which is of the nature of suffering. No matter what our condition, the nature of samsara is suffering. We might think that some external problem brings about our suffering. However, even if we get rid of this problem, there is still suffering. The ultimate root of our suffering is that we have not realized the true nature of mind.
It is closely related to tathagatagarbha. sutra tradition (Tib. do) These are the hinayana and mahayana texts which are the words of the Buddha. These are often contrasted with the tantras which are the Buddha’s vajrayana teachings. The sutra tradition emphasizes analyzing the Middle-way texts using analytical meditation, in contrast to the mantra tradition which emphasizes looking directly at mind in meditation. vipashyana meditation (Tib. lha tong) Sanskrit for “insight meditation” This meditation develops insight into the nature of reality (Skt.
THE CONCLUSION OF THE ASPIRATIONS 25. Through the kindness of the victorious ones of the ten directions and their sons And by the power of all the pure virtue that exists, May the pure aspirations of myself and all sentient beings Be accomplished just as we intend. The conclusion of the aspiration asks that the kindness of the victorious ones of the ten directions and their sons and our aspirations be accomplished. the kindness of all the buddhas and bodhisattvas who dwell in the ten directions and the pure virtue, the roots of virtue that we have accumulated, is a kind of cause.