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"Mahamudra Tantra" begins by explaining the basic correct view and intention needed for successful Mahamudra meditation, as well as the meaning of Tantra and the two stages of Highest Yoga Tantra practice, and then explains the preliminaries and stages of training in this profound practice.
Illustrations; Preface; PART ONE - INTRODUCTION TO TANTRA: Basic View; Basic Intention; What is Tantra?; The Tantra of Generation Stage; The Tantra of Completion Stage' What is Mahamudra?; PART TWO: HOW TO TRAIN IN MAHAMUDRA: The Preliminary Guide; The Six Stages of Training in Mahamudra:; Identifying Our Own Mind; Realizing Our Mind Directly' Identifying Our Subtle Mind; Realizing Our Subtle Mind Directly; Identifying Our Very Subtle Mind; Realizing Our Very Subtle Mind Directly; PART THREE: WHAT IS EMPTINESS?: The Purpose of Meditating on Emptiness; The Emptiness of Our Body; The Emptiness of Our Mind; The Emptiness of Our I; Conventional and Ultimate Truths; The Union of the Two Truths; The Practice of Emptiness in Our Daily Activities; Dedication; Appendix I - An Explanation of Channels; Appendix II - An Explanation of Inner Winds; Appendix III - The Root Tantra of Heruka and Vajrayogini; Appendix IV - Liberating Prayer; Appendix V - A Handbook for the Daily Practice of Bodhisattva Vows and Tantric Vows; Appendix VI - Heart Jewel; Appendix VII - Vajra Hero Yoga; Glossary; Bibliography; Study Programmes of Kadampa Buddhism; Tharpa Offices Worldwide; Index
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso was born in Tibet and is a fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism. Resident in the West since 1977, he is the author of a series of highly acclaimed books that perfectly transmit the ancient wisdom of Buddhism to our modern world. He has also founded several hundred Buddhist Centres throughout the world.
Mahamudra Tantra offers insightful, specific mind-training tools and discusses key Buddhist concepts.--Brita Adkinson, National Review Network