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15 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-31

The benefits and the purpose of studying buddha-nature. The dedication. This concludes Khen Rinpoche Namdrol&s teachings on the sengge naro, the Lion&s Roar by [[Mipham Rinpoche]].…

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14 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-30

For those who have not transformed themselves and have dualistic perceptions, there is the incontrovertible and undeniable appearance of inequality. Yet the fundamental nature abides as the great equality in which arising, ceasing, and dualistic phenomena do not exist.…

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13 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-29

Refuting the view that the element is truly existent and not empty, that it is an empty void, and that it is impermanent and compounded…

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11 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-26

The teachings on sugatagarbha focus on the inseparability of the appearance of kayas and wisdom with their emtpy nature. Both, the teachings of the intermediate turning, which focus more on the emptiness aspect, and the teachings of the final turning, which focus more on the spontaneous presence aspect are therefore definitive teachings and need to be seen in union.…

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10 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-25

Each of the three lines of the quote from the Uttaratantra Shastra relates to one of the first three principles of reasoning thus establishing that all beings have buddha-nature.…

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09 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-24

Individual deluded perception does not contradict the authentic viewpoint that all perceptions appear without ever moving from the primordially enlightend state of dharmata.…

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08 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-23

The Second Line: Suchness is Indivisible…

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07 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-22

The nature as the great uncompounded which is unchanging and never separated from it's qualities.…

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06 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-21

How to establish by reasoning that the sugatagarbha is already present in all beings?…

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05 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-19

The sugatagarbha is the indivisible union, beyond any possibility of being united or separated, of the primordial purity of the cause and effect of samsara, and untainted appearances which are natural and spontaneous clear light.…

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04 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-18

A refutation of the position of early Tibetan commentators concerning the interpretation of the meaning of the Uttaratantra Shastra verse. Neither is the fact that the dharmakaya pervades everything sufficient for the existent of the nature (Tib. rigs) nor can suchness be simply understood as mere emptiness in the sense of the approximate ultimate.…

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03 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-17

Accuracy of scriptures can be examined by the three types of investigation and understanding establishes irreversible trust by means of the three types of valid cognition. How can buddha nature (tathagatagarbha) be established in this way, as being empty in essence while cognizant in nature?…

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02 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-16

Our teacher the Buddha has taught on buddha nature emphazising sugatagarbha's essence (Wyl. ngo bo) by teaching on emptiness. On other occasions, he gave clarifications on its nature (Wyl. rang bzhin) by explaining its primordially present qualities. It is crucial to understand that those two aspects are in union.…

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01 Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature (Tib+Engl.)

2008-12-15

How is buddha nature taught in sutra, tantra and Dzogchen?…

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Khenchen Namdrol Rinpoche: Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature

Khenpo Namdrol's teaching on Buddha-Nature following Mipham Rinpoche's: The Lion's Roar: A Commentary on Sugatagarbha. Recorded in Tibetan with English Translation.

Khenchen Namdrol Rinpoche: Mipham Rinpoche's Commentary on Buddha-Nature


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