Collection of Seven Treasures Guru Yoga Daily Practice 1996 mp3

© 1996 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche & Vajrayana Foundation; 2021 LTR Heritage Foundation & Heart Teachings by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Format: 7 MP3 audio downloads (download links will be sent within 5 business days)

Running Times: Teaching 1: 47 min; Teaching 2: 1 hr 20 min; Teaching 3: 55 min; Teaching 4: 1 hr 56 min; Teaching 5: 37 min; Refuge Ceremony: 33 min; Practice Session: 34 min

Recorded in Los Angeles, California, April 20-21, 1996

Language: Rinpoche teaches in English

Collection of Seven Treasures Guru Yoga Daily Practice (Thug Drub Sangwa Dupa)

Lama Tharchin Rinpoche teaches on and leads the practice of the Collection of Seven Treasures Guru Yoga, the daily practice of the longer Collection of Seven Treasures sadhana by Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche, practiced at Vajrayana Foundation's annual Drupchens since 1992. Rinpoche teaches on the practice of mahayoga, with deity visualization and mantra recitation. Rinpoche explains how, by engaging in the Vajrayana practice of Mahayoga, utilizing the path of the symbolic deity in order to realize the ultimate wisdom deity of our innate unchanging true nature, we can accomplish the Guru’s wisdom mind.

The series also includes a single MP3 audio file of Lama Tharchin Rinpoche leading the sangha in the practice. Additionally, the Refuge Ceremony is included as a separate track.

Note: the teaching was co-sponsored by Lama David Liu who also interpreted into Mandarin. Unfortunately, our recordings captured very little of the translation so it was deleted from these recordings (except for the Refuge Ceremony). We hope to locate recordings that include the Mandarin translation in the future and will offer those if we do.

Text: The Daily Practice of the Gathered Secret Heart Essence of the Guru, T’huk Drub Sangwa Düpa (BJP 2010) (thugs sgrub gsang 'dus rgyun khyer bzhugs); purchase PDF download 

Photo: Lama Tharchin Rinpoche with the Eight Manifestations of Guru Rinpoche, Yeshe Tsogyal, Mandarava; Drupchen, Pema Osel Ling, mid-1990s



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