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Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche – Tantric Nyingma Chants of Tibet

Chöd 1. Invocation of Yum Chenmo 2. Request For Blessing From Dorje Pagmo 3. Offering Of The Body, Kandro Gajan, By Jigme Lingpa 4. Verses On Cause And Effect 5. Dedication Of Merit Various Prayers including Seven Line Prayer 6. … Continue reading

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Big and Small Rigdzin Praxis with C.R. Lama

HH. Khordong Terchen Tulku Chhimed Rigdzin Rinpoche Big Rigdzin, Dietershausen (near Fulda), 1995. Vidyadhara Guru Sadhana Small Rigdzin, Frankfurt 1994 Both sadhanas are with HH C. R. Lama and Jomo Gudrun. The recording is meant for learning how to do … Continue reading

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James Low: Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism and Non-Duality (Watkins Books, London)

James Low at Watkins Books, London, 2018 James Low is a well-known translator and teacher of Dzogchen, the non-duality tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. With a background in psychotherapy, he was a student of Chigmed Rigdzin Lama (known as C.R.Lama) as … Continue reading

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Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche & Jomo Gudrun: Gonpo Wangyal Chod

Gonpo Wangyal Chöd – Teaching for thoroughly cutting the ego Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche and Jomo Gudrun practicing the Chöd of Gonpo Wangyal of the Khordong tradition of Kham, Tibet: Teaching for thoroughly cutting the ego, called the pure understanding which … Continue reading

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The Wonder of Being. James Low. Public talk, Berlin Jan. 2016

Public Talk, Berlin January 2016 James Low is giving a public talk in Berlin, 29 January 2016, translated into German by Kati Yahoual. Being Space and Time, the dzogchen view of the wonder of being. This view and simple buddhist … Continue reading

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Depth and Light, James Low in Berlin, 2016

(1) 29th Sept 2016. Public Talk. James Low had been speaking for 7 minutes before the filming began. Translated into German by Kati Yahoual. This public talk was entitled “The Self and the Mind: Buddhism shows how we are more … Continue reading

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