Vajrasattva Practices for the Time of Death (Series 29) M4V MP3 thumb drive

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Text: Vajrasattva Practices for the Time of Death: Vajrasattva Meditation Ritual, Ritual to Guide the Dead, and Additional Practices by Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche (Bero Jeydren, 2013)

Teachings by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche, March 28-31, 2013; Pema Ösel Ling Spring Retreat; translated by Sarah Schneider Plazas

Lama Tharchin Rinpoche gives detailed teachings on death, dying, and the bardo experience, the intermediate state between this life and the next, along with pith instructions on the practices we can do on our own that can truly benefit ourselves and others at the time of death, including a short Nay Lung (ritual to guide the dead). Lama Tharchin Rinpoche uses his compilation of practices for the time of death based on Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche’s Ka-Ter Dorsem, the essence of long lineage kama and short lineage terma, which are easy to practice and suitable for our busy lives, and together provide a very powerful vehicle for liberation at the time of death.

From Lama Tharchin Rinpoche’s Introduction:

“This very practical collection of concise practices prepares one for the critical time of dying and death. The practices are profound as they contain the essence of wisdom, yet are also clear and simple enough so that they can easily be practiced by anyone. These practices are extremely beneficial in preparing one for their own death, or for helping others who have died or are in the dying process. It is with this motivation that I compiled this little book of essential practices.”



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