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Milarepa’s Kungfu: Mahamudra with Mitra Dean Karl Brunnhölzl

New Online Series of Mitra Dean Karl Brunnhölzl.

In this series of talks, we will explore the teachings on Mahāmudrā by the Tibetan master of yogīs, Milarepa, primarily based on his song called Ultimate View, Meditation, Conduct, and Fruition, which is his culminating instruction to Rechungpa, his main disciple besides Gampopa.

Milarepa sang this song with a teaching template that is common to a lot of his songs. It consists of view as the basis or ground, meditation as the training in or the familiarization with that view, conduct as the natural outflow of having familiarized with the view in meditation, and fruition as the final outcome of having fully assimilated and realized the view.

In addition, we will look at a number of other songs of Milarepa that supplement the instructions in Ultimate View, Meditation, Conduct, and Fruition.

The teachings are for free. For the zoom-link you can either visit the site of our local sangha (click here) or contact germany@nalandabodhi.org

The talks will be recorded and made available on the German Nalandabodhi Website.

If you want to make a donation to Karl Brunnhölzl:

https://shop.nalandabodhi.nl/en/product/donation-nalandabodhi-europe/

Please add his name under “Additional Information”

Next date of the series: Sunday, June 20, 7pm CET

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