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The Ninth Karmapa’s Ocean of Definitive Meaning
Author Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche (著) ; Lama Tashi Namgyal (編) ; Lama Yeshe Gyamtso (口譯) ; Lama Tashi Namgyal (引言) ; Lama Tashi Namgyal (註解)
Edition2nd edition
Date2011.05.16
Pages152
PublisherSnow Lion
Publisher Url https://www.shambhala.com/snowlion/
LocationIthaca, NY, US [伊薩卡, 紐約州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
NoteKhenchen Thrangu was born in Tibet in 1933. He has founded numerous monasteries and nunneries, schools for Tibetan children, and medical clinics. He has taught extensively throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States, and is the abbot of Gampo Abbey. He was appointed by the Dalai Lama to be the personal tutor for the Seventeenth Karmapa.
AbstractThe Ocean of Definitive Meaning by the Ninth Karmapa (1556–1603) is the most profound and famous text on Mahamudra ever written and is of vital importance in the living Kagyu tradition. It offers a detailed, uniquely comprehensive presentation of instruction on both the view and the practice. In the teachings contained in this book, Thrangu Rinpoche has distilled the essence of the Ninth Karmapa's massive text into manageable proportions and has given pointed guidance on the implementation of its instruction. According to Thrangu Rinpoche, Mahamudra practice is especially appropriate for Westerners and contemporary practitioners because it can be realized in the context of virtually any lifestyle. Mahamudra dissolves the artificial separation between phenomena and emptiness, revealing the radiant display of mind. The Ninth Karmapa's text has traditionally been available only to advanced students. However, Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche has kindly consented to the publication of these core teachings on the text, which he gave in the context of a retreat he led in 2001 in the mountains of British Columbia for 140 Western students. His compelling presentation provides teachers and students with a systematic approach to some of the highest practices in the Kagyu tradition. Thrangu Rinpoche's extraordinary wisdom and insight make this new commentary a peerless jewel in the canons of spiritual literature.
Table of contentsIntroduction
1. First One Tames the Mind with the Practice of Tranquility
2. Grasping the Mind That Has Not Been Grasped
3. Stabilizing the Mind after It Has Been Grasped
4. Bringing Progress to the Mind That Has Been Stabilized
5. The Practice of Insight, Which Eradicates the Kleshas
6. More on the First Insight Technique, Looking at the Mind within Stillness
7. Looking Carefully at the Experience of Not Finding Anything
8. Within Stillness, Looking, Scrutinizing, Identifying Awareness/Emptiness
9. Looking at the Mind within the Occurrence of Thought
10. Looking at the Mind within Appearances
11. The Actual Meditation on the Relationship between Appearances and Mind
12. Pointing Out That Emptiness Is Spontaneous Presence
13. Pointing Out That Spontaneous Presence Is Self- Liberation
14. Bringing Gradual Improvement to the Practice
Notes
ISBN9781559393706 (Paperback); 9781559397339 (ebook); 155939370X (Paperback)
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Created date2023.12.26
Modified date2023.12.26



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