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The Tibetan master, Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche the 9th (1955–2012), gave many extensive teachings on mahamudra and dzogchen meditation. Mahamudra and dzogchen are perhaps the most profound teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. They represent two meditation paths that enable mediators to directly taste the reality of the mind, the fully enlightened state of reality. Many scriptures as well as meditation masters like Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche reflected on the union of these two paths of practice.
As a continuation of the correspondence course she gave last November, Traleg Khandro (Rinpoche’s wife) will give a commentary on these explicit teachings about resting the mind in its natural and undifferentiated state. In order to rest in such a state, one must first distinguish what is natural and what is manufactured, i.e. what is real and what is fabricated within our experiences. In addition to presenting a thorough commentary on Traleg Rinpoche’s teachings, Traleg Khandro will also introduce traditional meditation practices of both the mahamudra and dzogchen traditions.
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Beginners are most welcome!