By The Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche Geshe Lharampa, John Rockwell
The 3rd Karmapa, Rangjung Dorje wrote a mostly recited vajra music or doha expressing his knowing of Mahamudra meditation and the trail which ends up in it. This non secular tune involves 25 verses and during this ebook is a translation of the verses besides a verse-by-verse remark by way of Thrangu Rinpoche. If one desires an exceptional evaluate of the profound approach to Mahamudra meditation, this booklet is an outstanding position to begin.
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We make aspiration, saying, “May I attain the state of a buddha, - 29 - An Aspirational Prayer for Mahamudra the ultimate perfection of the two benefits,” and “May not just myself, but all sentient beings as well, attain the state of a buddha, the perfection of the two benefits. ” This brings us to the end of this text. - 30 - An Aspirational Prayer for Mahamudra The Glossary bodhisattva (Tib. chang chup sem pa) Literally, one who exhibits the mind of enlightenment. Also an individual who has committed him or herself to the mahayana path of compassion and the practice of the six paramitas to achieve Buddhahood to free all beings from samsara.
The main postulate of this school is that all phenomena— both internal mental events and external physical objects—is empty of any true nature. The school uses extensive rational reasoning to establish the emptiness of phenomena. This school does, however, hold that phenomena do exist on the conventional level of reality. - 32 - An Aspirational Prayer for Mahamudra mahamudra (Tib. cha ja chen po) Literally, “great seal” meaning that all phenomena are sealed by the primordially perfect true nature.
They are the fully realized shravakas and pratyekabuddhas. siddha (Tib. drup top) An accomplished Buddhist practitioner. sugatagarbha (Tib. der sheg nying po) Buddha nature or that enlightened essence present in all beings that allows them to have the capacity to achieve enlightenment. 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.
An Aspirational Prayer for Mahamudra of Rangjung Dorje the Third Karmapa. by The Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche Geshe Lharampa, John Rockwell