Clear Light of Bliss
Clear Light of Bliss, by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, is a manual for Tantric meditation that reveals the most profound secrets of the ancient Yogis and makes their blissful experience accessible to the modern world.
To attend these online classes, students will need to have received Highest Yoga Tantra empowerments or have the sincere wish to receive them at the very soonest opportunity (this year available at the Summer Festival with Gen-la Kelsang Jampa, DSD of the NKT).
We will begin each class by reciting the prayers The Yoga of Buddha Heruka.
About the Teacher: Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab is an internationally renowned Buddhist Teacher who is greatly admired for his powerful teachings, his wisdom, as well as his great humility and loving-kindness. He is a very pure example for thousands of Kadampa practitionners throughout the world. Click here for more information.
All our online events are open to either anyone who would have booked to attend in person under normal pre-pandemic circumstances or residents of Manitoba. For a centre near you, click here.
You will need an email address and a phone, laptop, tablet or computer on which to watch the class. By accessing this service, you agree not to share the link, not to watch with others who have not bought the ticket, and not to record any part of the audio or video class.
Booking will stay open until 30 minutes after the start of the class. You will receive a link by email to join the live-streamed class.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if any questions or difficulties.
June 8 – Clear Light of Bliss: In this class we explore the basic knowledge and preliminary practices for engaging in the meditations presented in future weeks.
June 15 – Channels, Winds and Drops: Learning the basic knowledge for the meditations leading to spontaneous great bliss.
June 22 – Inner Fire: If something is a completion stage practice it is either a direct or indirect practice of inner fire.
June 29 – Clear Light and the Four Joys: These depend upon the inner winds entering, abiding and dissolving within the central channel.
July 6 – The Nine Mixings and the Two Mudras: The main methods for bringing ordinary death, intermediate state and rebirth into the paths to the three bodies of a Buddha.
July 13 – Introduction to the Nature of the Mind: Taking the mind itself as the object of meditation has a number of advantages.
July 20 – Tranquil Abiding: In this class, we will learn to train the mind by means of general mindfulness.
July 27 – Meditation on Emptiness: In this class, we will learn how to meditate on the selflessness of persons.
* No Charge for Class Pass Holders: $80 / Month. Click here for more information. *