Past teachings

Shantideva’s Bodhicarya Avatra “the Bodhisattva way of life” 1st time,

Nagarjuna’s letter to friend “Surlekha” Seven Noble treasury.

Parting from four Attachments “Zhen-pa Zhidrel” famous sakya text.  Authored by fore father Mongol patron Jestsun Drakpa Gyaltsen.

Mahasidhi Virupa’s Doha “euphoric song of non-duality OR Mahamudra

Shantideva’s Bodhicarya Avatra “the Bodhisattva way of life” 2cd time,

Guru padmasambhava’s revolutionary BARDO THOEDROL “emancipation by  receiving at the time of the death”

Shantideva’s Bodhicarya Avatra “the Bodhisattva way of life” 3rd time, pondering

Kalachakra “DU KHOR” the wheel of time. the complete text based on Khedrup Norsang gyatso’s direct commentary to original text “the ornament of Stainless light” View Rang tong. ON GOING 2014-03-30.

And general several second Saturday Dharma talks on various Buddhist iCons, design, emptiness, culture and traditions etc.

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Through out school terms from 2010 feb –  2013  Nov. Past teachings have elevated the knowledge, wisdom and compassion. A power house Shantideva’s Bodhicaryavatara (A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life),

Nagarjuna’s ‘Letter to the King’, Atisha’s ‘Lamp on the Path to Enlightenment’ and Nagarjuna’s text ‘A Drop of Nourishment for People’ with commentary.

Also Bardo Thodol Of Vajra Guru padmasambhava ( Guru rinpoche). Karma linpa’s Terma. Robert Thurman’s lucid understanding and translation.  Our solemn dedications and admiration to this precious profound teaching to the age has been lucky times.

From the text “Even if I cannot realize it, yet will I know this Bardo, and, mastering the Great Body of Union in Bardo, will appear in whatever [shape] will benefit [all beings] whomsoever: I will serve all sentient beings, infinite in number as are the limits of the sky.’ Keeping yourself unseparated from this resolution, you should try to remember whatever devotional practices you used to perform during your lifetime.  In saying this, the reader shall put his lips close to the ear, and shall repeat it distinctly, clearly impressing it upon the dying person so as to prevent his mind from wandering even for a moment. After the exhalation has completely stopped, press the nerve of sleep firmly; and have a lama, or a person higher or more learned than yourself, say these words: Reverend Sir, now……