Shambhala Archives audio technician, Chris Levy, talks about the audio recovery project, and his ten-year experience of working with Chogyam Trungpa's audio library.
An occasion to listen and study
Trungpa Rinpoche gave two seminars on the bardo states and the six realms in 1971: Six States of Bardo (Allens Park), and Six States of Being (Karme Chöling). These two seminars form the basis for Transcending Madness, edited by Judith Leaf, and published by Shambhala Publications in 1992.
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche will teach on Transcending Madness November 28, 29, and 30 in Halifax. Please visit the Halifax Shambhala Centre for more information. We would like to express our gratitude to Dzongsar Khyentse for his generosity in presenting this material.
Six States of Bardo discussion page
Please join us in discussing Trungpa Rinpoche's bardo teachings.
Were you there? Please share your stories from Allens Park.
Have you been reading or listening to these teachings? Please offer your comments, insights, and questions. Thank you for posting.
"I have chosen to say a few things about one of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche's books, Transcending Madness. Besides the subject matter being very important, more importantly, I offer this in gratitude and appreciation towards Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche's legacy of courage and wisdom. -Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche."
In anticipation of Dzongsar Khyentse's upcoming teachings, the Chronicles, in collaboration with the Shambhala Archives and the Chögyam Trungpa Legacy Project, is very pleased to present the audio recordings of the Six States of Bardo seminar. These audio files will be posted one at a time, between November 11th, and the 27th.
We would like to thank the Shambhala Archives for their ongoing work of preserving CTR's audio and video recordings, the Chögyam Trungpa Legacy Project for supplicating DJKR to teach in Halifax and for its ongoing work in preserving Trungpa Rinpoche's legacy, and the Halifax Shambhala Centre for co-sponsoring Rinpoche's visit to Halifax.
Thank you to Marguerite Sands for her work on the Evam graphic on the audio player.