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Five-Part Mahamudra

Gampopa's Mahamudra - coverGampopa's Mahamudra
- The Five-Part Mahamudra Practice Taught to Phagmo Drupa
— by Lotsawa Tony Duff

Mahamudra is reality! 
"Five-Part Mahamudra"  is a specific and effective way of entering reality.

It was first taught by Lord Gampopa - one of the mainstays of the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. He taught it to his heart disciple Phagmo Drupa who taught it widely.

Gampopa (1074-1163)After that, it became one of the main ways of practising Mahamudra in the Kagyu lineage.

This book is a compendium of these teachings that accurately transmits the whole Five-Part Mahamudra system.

It includes a complete commentary on the practice by one of the current lineage holders, Benchen Tenga Rinpoche.

"All sentient beings have a mind and they also have an essence of that mind. For all of them, the confusion that they experience comes about only in their mind; for all of them, the essence of mind itself never changes, never becomes confused."
- from the commentary by Benchen Tenga Rinpoche

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