Self-Liberation through Seeing with Naked Awareness mp4 & mp3

© 2009 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche; © 2019 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche Heritage Foundation & Heart Teachings by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Self-Liberation through Seeing with Naked Awareness, a treasure text revealed by Karma Lingpa, Teachings by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Format: 6 teachings on video and audio; mp4 video & mp3 audio for download (links will be sent within 5 business days); Also available on 6 DVDs

Recorded at Pema Ösel Ling, Corralitos, California; April 10-12, 2009 (Spring Retreat)

Language: Tibetan with English translation by Ngawang Zangpo

In 2009, at a time when he was giving fewer public teachings as he was dealing with personal health issues, Rinpoche wanted to share his guidance with sangha using this seminal Dzogchen text and said:

“This text is exceptional because through its precise pointing out the nature of mind, we can directly recognize our own pure nature and bring buddhahood to fruition. Now while I have a short break from all my physical illness, I want to offer a small gift to our sangha with this text. It can truly and profoundly serve and support our Dharma practice. This is my motivation in offering these teachings from my heart with love and care.”

 - Your oldest sangha friend, Lama Tharchin


From the text:


It is a single Nature of Mind that encompasses all of Samsara and Nirvana!

Even though its inherent nature (as Shunyata) has existed from the very beginning, you have not recognized it.

Even though its clarity and presence has been uninterrupted, you have not yet encountered its face.

Even though its arising has nowhere been obstructed, still you have not comprehended it.

Therefore, this (direct introduction) is for the purpose of bringing you to self-recognition.

 (Self-Liberation through Seeing with Naked Awareness, Shambhala Publications)

You can purchase the book with Gyurme Dorje's translation in chapter 4 here or John Myrdhin Reynolds' translation through Shambhala Publications above or find both at your local bookseller.

Photo by Nurha de Souza

Sent to Subscribers: October 2019-March 2020 (available to the public November 2021)

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