This is the final talk of the Tibetan Buddhist Path, a 14-talk seminar from 1974
This is talk eight from Tibetan Buddhist Path seminary at Naropa, 1974
This is the talk played during the 2021 Parinirvana Day feast on Ocean
With interactive verbatim transcript from The Chogyam Trungpa Institute Transcription Project.
You begin to experience the dawn or glimmer of light, which in Western language is called the Star of Bethlehem
This is Talk Three from the 1975 Sadhana of Mahamudra Seminar
You have past, present, and future, and then you have the fourth moment.
As far as tantra is concerned, magic is working with the real world on a completely ordinary level. Magic is completely relevant to our world, our life and our path.
This fourteen-lecture series from the first session of Naropa (summer 1974) is commentary on the entire Buddhist path.
In relating with the teacher, your critical input and your surrendering work together at the same time.
In 1974 during the inaugural session of The Naropa Institute, Chögyam Trungpa presented this course on meditation.
Talk nine from the Journey Without Goal seminar
The Shambhala Archives has released Mahamudra II (talk 9 from the The Yogic Songs of Milarepa seminar held at Naropa's in 1976) to mark the 30th anniversary of Trungpa Rinpoche's parinirvana.
Part One https://youtu.be/Cun4xkvoSlo Part Two https://youtu.be/_vjfWT4QdRE Part Three https://youtu.be/3D30-ckIohI For more information on Traleg Rinpoche, please visit tralegrinpoche.typepad.com
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This talk on shunyata, was given at Naropa in the summer of 1976. This video was made possible by the work of the Shambhala Archives.
This seminar on tantra was given by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche at Naropa Institute (now Naropa University) in the summer of 1974, the first year of Naropa. Chogyam Trungpa took an approach to Vajrayana Buddhism that is unique in its experiential flavor.
This four-talk seminar took place in Barnet Vermont, September 1973
Tail of the Tiger, August 1973
Tail of the Tiger, July 1973