Mahamudra

Chenrezig

Occasional meetings for the practice of Chenrezig, 'The Great Compassionate One'

Evenings or Sunday mornings

Chenrezig
Chenrezig, Kardang Gom-pa, Keylong, Lahoul, Himachal Pradesh, India, 2012

Green Tara

Occasional meetings for the practice of Tara, Mother of Buddhas. Bodhisattva of compassion.

Evenings or Sunday mornings

Tara
Green Tara, Kardang Gom-pa, Keylong, Lahoul, Himachal Pradesh, India, 2012

 

Please contact: sophie@gearmill.org for further details.

 

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"To realize Mahamudra is really true freedom." ( Ven. Lama Chime Rinpoche, 2009 )

Sometimes referred to as 'objectless meditation' or meditation upon awareness, the basic instruction is to rest in clear, present awareness.

'Tilopa said to Naropa, Naropa said to Marpa, Marpa said to Milarepa, Milarepa said to Gampopa and Gampopa said to everybody, just observe the mind without distraction.' Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, from Three Teachings. 

 Relaxing body, speech and mind, resting in the natural state: 
'The body is essentially empty like a bamboo stalk, and the mind is like the midst of space and utterly transcends the world of thought: Relax into your intrinsic nature, with neither abandon nor control; mind with no objective is Mahamudra and with practice perfected, unsurpassable awakening is gained.'

Tilopa's Mahamudra Instruction.