Lion's Roar by Jigme Lingpa

© 2011 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche; 5 mp3 audio files on DVD

Also available as mp3 download.

Spring Retreat, April 14-17, 2011 at Pema Ösel Ling; Running Time: 1) 2:24:03, 2) 1:43:20, 3) 2:21:11, 4) 1:54:42, 5) 2:46:16 (Total time: 11 hours, 9 minutes)

“Within the uncontrived nature of mind, all phenomena of samsara and nirvana has been perfected and is complete – this is the Dzogchen state, the essence of Buddha’s teachings. The primordial nature of our mind that has been pointed out to us is known as Dzogchen Great Perfection. Dzogchen meditation is applying this technique on the path to enlightenment. Spring Retreat 2011, Lama Tharchin Rinpoche taught on the Lion’s Roar, a Dzogchen text by Jigme Lingpa intended to strengthen one’s meditation practice by clearly pointing out the places where we can go astray. “In the West many lamas give Great Perfection teachings, and students love these teachings. Each lama has a different way of transmitting these teachings and if the student cannot discriminate it is easy to get confused in meditation, which means never getting results in practice. For this reason I decided to teach The Lion’s Roar – a teaching that will fix all problems.” – Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Text: “The Lion’s Roar: Cutting Through the Errors and Deviations of the One Free from Activity, Meditating on the Heart Essence” by Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa, found in Sunlight Speech That Dispels the Darkness of Doubt, Sublime Prayers, Praises, and Practices of the Nyingma Masters, compiled and translated by Thinley Norbu, Shambhala Publications, 2015.


Collections: Great Perfection

Type: Audio


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