Dharma Teachings By Lama Mark Webber

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A collection of audio Dharma teachings by Lama Mark Webber. Please see http://www.markwebber.org/ for details.

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  • The Single Cut From Gampopa-05-April14 2019 Afternoon-Christchurch

    24/04/2019 Duração: 02h34min

    Commentary and instructions on Je Gampopa's text; The Single Sufficient Path of Mahamudra. Given by Lama Mark Webber at the Christchurch Buddhist Centre, New Zealand - April 13th & 14th 2019. On the 13th and 14th of April, Lama Mark gave 4 classes giving commentary and meditation instructions on Gampopa's text "The Single Sufficient Path" also known as "The Single Cut." Mahamudra, or 'great seal', is the realization of the heart essence of all experience, as it is-thatness-total awakeness and compassion. The great seal is also the meditation and the fruition. Gampopa's text is an elegant and 'bare bones' outline on the essence; the ground of mind, the meditations and path we need to follow and the result; Buddha-nature. Gampopa also says what preparations and practices are necessary, the graduated steps we take, the stages of unfolding and the natural mode of mind free of all obscurations. Based on Gampopa's pithy text, the Lama explains in great detail; the attitude of bodhicitta, who we need to rely on,

  • The Single Cut From Gampopa-04-April14 2019 Morning-Christchurch

    24/04/2019 Duração: 02h12min

    Commentary and instructions on Je Gampopa's text; The Single Sufficient Path of Mahamudra. Given by Lama Mark Webber at the Christchurch Buddhist Centre, New Zealand - April 13th & 14th 2019. On the 13th and 14th of April, Lama Mark gave 4 classes giving commentary and meditation instructions on Gampopa's text "The Single Sufficient Path" also known as "The Single Cut." Mahamudra, or 'great seal', is the realization of the heart essence of all experience, as it is-thatness-total awakeness and compassion. The great seal is also the meditation and the fruition. Gampopa's text is an elegant and 'bare bones' outline on the essence; the ground of mind, the meditations and path we need to follow and the result; Buddha-nature. Gampopa also says what preparations and practices are necessary, the graduated steps we take, the stages of unfolding and the natural mode of mind free of all obscurations. Based on Gampopa's pithy text, the Lama explains in great detail; the attitude of bodhicitta, who we need to rely on,

  • The Single Cut From Gampopa-03-April13 2019 Afternoon-Christchurch

    24/04/2019 Duração: 02h14min

    Commentary and instructions on Je Gampopa's text; The Single Sufficient Path of Mahamudra. Given by Lama Mark Webber at the Christchurch Buddhist Centre, New Zealand - April 13th & 14th 2019. On the 13th and 14th of April, Lama Mark gave 4 classes giving commentary and meditation instructions on Gampopa's text "The Single Sufficient Path" also known as "The Single Cut." Mahamudra, or 'great seal', is the realization of the heart essence of all experience, as it is-thatness-total awakeness and compassion. The great seal is also the meditation and the fruition. Gampopa's text is an elegant and 'bare bones' outline on the essence; the ground of mind, the meditations and path we need to follow and the result; Buddha-nature. Gampopa also says what preparations and practices are necessary, the graduated steps we take, the stages of unfolding and the natural mode of mind free of all obscurations. Based on Gampopa's pithy text, the Lama explains in great detail; the attitude of bodhicitta, who we need to rely on,

  • The Single Cut From Gampopa-02-April13 2019 Morning-Christchurch

    24/04/2019 Duração: 32min

    Commentary and instructions on Je Gampopa's text; The Single Sufficient Path of Mahamudra. Given by Lama Mark Webber at the Christchurch Buddhist Centre, New Zealand - April 13th & 14th 2019. On the 13th and 14th of April, Lama Mark gave 4 classes giving commentary and meditation instructions on Gampopa's text "The Single Sufficient Path" also known as "The Single Cut." Mahamudra, or 'great seal', is the realization of the heart essence of all experience, as it is-thatness-total awakeness and compassion. The great seal is also the meditation and the fruition. Gampopa's text is an elegant and 'bare bones' outline on the essence; the ground of mind, the meditations and path we need to follow and the result; Buddha-nature. Gampopa also says what preparations and practices are necessary, the graduated steps we take, the stages of unfolding and the natural mode of mind free of all obscurations. Based on Gampopa's pithy text, the Lama explains in great detail; the attitude of bodhicitta, who we need to rely on,

  • The Single Cut From Gampopa-01-April13 2019 Morning-Christchurch

    24/04/2019 Duração: 01h21min

    Commentary and instructions on Je Gampopa's text; The Single Sufficient Path of Mahamudra. Given by Lama Mark Webber at the Christchurch Buddhist Centre, New Zealand - April 13th & 14th 2019. On the 13th and 14th of April, Lama Mark gave 4 classes giving commentary and meditation instructions on Gampopa's text "The Single Sufficient Path" also known as "The Single Cut." Mahamudra, or 'great seal', is the realization of the heart essence of all experience, as it is-thatness-total awakeness and compassion. The great seal is also the meditation and the fruition. Gampopa's text is an elegant and 'bare bones' outline on the essence; the ground of mind, the meditations and path we need to follow and the result; Buddha-nature. Gampopa also says what preparations and practices are necessary, the graduated steps we take, the stages of unfolding and the natural mode of mind free of all obscurations. Based on Gampopa's pithy text, the Lama explains in great detail; the attitude of bodhicitta, who we need to rely on,

  • 2019 Two Remarkable Trainings For Liberation-Skype March 28.1

    10/04/2019 Duração: 01h02min

    Two Remarkable Trainings for Liberation. A Skype class given from the Wangapeka Retreat Centre by Lama Mark Webber to Dharma practitioners living in Guatemala: attendance to the talk was at the yoga studio, Palo Santo Hotel, Antigua, Thursday March 28, 2019. During this short class Lama Mark Webber gave pithy explanations on two central and remarkable training principles found repeatedly throughout all Dharma teachings: 1) 'The three higher trainings' or 'three correct trainings': - ethics(sila); wholesome activity, abiding in precepts, morality, virtue, the thirty seven factors of enlightenment, an excellent understanding and conduct arising from Insight into cause and effect. Understanding interdependence and acting with compassion and knowledge. - meditation(samadhi); a tranquil and lucid abiding of mind, consciousness can be absorbed and focused on any object, unity and openness of body, speech and mind. - wisdom(prajna); three characteristics of Insight (anicca, dukkha, anatta), Insight knowledge of th

  • Profound Intent Of The Dharma-Feb01 2019-Queenstown 1

    10/02/2019 Duração: 01h56min

    On February 1st, Lama Mark Webber gave an public talk on the importance of encountering and generating a profound intention. He emphasized that all Buddhist meditation, study, contemplation and conduct is to keep learning, refining and generating a profound intent of the Dharma. Further, he talked about what is and is not the Dharma, building our capacity through discernment, mindfulness and the other Thirty-seven Factors of Enlightenment, compassion, meditation and liberating afflictive states.

  • 2018 Introduction To Buddhism-Queens University Kingston-October 17th.1

    23/10/2018 Duração: 02h18min

    Lama Mark Webber was invited by Dr. Ellen Goldberg, to give a talk to her Buddhist studies class (Religious Studies 223) at Queen's University. In this 2.5 hour talk, Lama Mark speaks of: - a spontaneous experience of naked awareness and how this encounter lead him to find the Dharma and wonderful teachers - the importance in his life of working with excellent mentors, in all fields of study - learning what is and what is not wholesome mental intent-dawning of wisdom - causality and karma - profound intent and activity of relative and ultimate compassion (Bodhicitta) - gaining a deep purpose in life - why we are not actively pursuing the qualities of saintliness - liberation is not found through finding and grasping after more and more experiences: discover the essence of all experience - craving and attachment-how abandoning that which is craved, may be good, but is not a sustained freedom - harnessing mindfulness, investigation and Bodhicitta to liberate and find natural wakefulness and compassion - the sys

  • winnipeg2011

    22/10/2018 Duração: 01h43min

    Public Talk in Winnipeg from 2011

  • 2018-Common Foundations Refuge And Bodhicitta-China-29th Wednesday

    22/10/2018 Duração: 02h05min

    While staying at Lho Lungkar Monastery (Wogmin Thupten Shedrup Ling) in the Eastern Tibetan region, Lama Mark was asked by Lho Ontul Rinpoche to teach on the Common Foundations (the Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind from Samsara) and the Drikung Yangzab Dzogchen Preliminary Liberating Instructions. Lama Mark explains the Common Foundations, Taking Refuge, and Generating Bodhicitta as well as the importance of developing profound intention for practice: The wish for all sentient beings and ourselves to be liberated and fully awaken from suffering states.

  • 2018 Antigua-Where Is Meditation To Be Found-May4 Thursday Evening

    18/06/2018 Duração: 01h22min

    Lama Mark gives an evening talk on where meditation is to be found. Through a series of metaphors and instructions, he guides us to the effortless, unchanging freedom intrinsic to our own minds -- none other than total empty-luminous-compassion for all sentient beings. This is the meditation of Mahamudra and Dzogchen: The ultimate meditation.

  • Skype Class Vancouver Queenstown-March 19th

    30/03/2018 Duração: 01h18min

    Fear of Failure, Doubt, Faith and Confidence in Dharma: On March 19th, 2018, Lama Mark gave requested teachings on Skype with a Dharma Group from British Columbia, Canada. During the talk, Lama Mark answers the following question with great detail. Doubt, lack of faith, and the need for lucid confidence were major themes of the talk—and much more: "Western students seem to share a view that there is a moment of enlightenment, so live with some fear of failure if this doesn't occur. Could Lama Mark speak about misconceptions Westerners might have both with the word enlightenment and also some historical background that describes how it is easier for "easterners" to grasp the concept. Is there a word of phrase which might take the mind off the thought of, or search for enlightenment and lighten the mind stress towards achieving a defined goal?"

  • 2018 Antigua-Bodhicitta Retreat-02-Jan13

    25/02/2018 Duração: 01h55min

    Lama Mark Webber gave teachings and instructions on a key point of Dharma practice; how to overcome afflictive emotions and thoughts through bodhicitta. Lama Mark began the retreat by explaining relative and ultimate bodhicitta (the mind of enlightenment). He taught classic Buddhist meditations on loving-kindness, relative and transcendent compassion, antidotes and paths, as taught in the Buddha's three cycles of Dharma. The Lama also gave the transmission, explanations and a session of Tonglen practice (sending and receiving), a profound bodhicitta meditation by the 12th century Tibetan Lama Chekawa Yeshe Dorje. Lama Mark read verses, with some commentary from Khunu Gyaltsen Rinpoche's (20th cent.) text, The Jewel Lamp; verses in praise of bodhicitta. He introduced participants to consider, reflect and meditate on being able to distinguish between the natural quality of unobstructed, natural and compassionate awareness-bodhicitta and the waves of turbulence, emotions and attachments that appear to obscure t

  • 2018 Antigua-Bodhicitta Retreat-01-Jan13

    25/02/2018

    Lama Mark Webber gave teachings and instructions on a key point of Dharma practice; how to overcome afflictive emotions and thoughts through bodhicitta. Lama Mark began the retreat by explaining relative and ultimate bodhicitta (the mind of enlightenment). He taught classic Buddhist meditations on loving-kindness, relative and transcendent compassion, antidotes and paths, as taught in the Buddha's three cycles of Dharma. The Lama also gave the transmission, explanations and a session of Tonglen practice (sending and receiving), a profound bodhicitta meditation by the 12th century Tibetan Lama Chekawa Yeshe Dorje. Lama Mark read verses, with some commentary from Khunu Gyaltsen Rinpoche's (20th cent.) text, The Jewel Lamp; verses in praise of bodhicitta. He introduced participants to consider, reflect and meditate on being able to distinguish between the natural quality of unobstructed, natural and compassionate awareness-bodhicitta and the waves of turbulence, emotions and attachments that appear to obscure t

  • 2018 Antigua-Bodhicitta Retreat-03-Jan14

    25/02/2018 Duração: 02h02min

    Lama Mark Webber gave teachings and instructions on a key point of Dharma practice; how to overcome afflictive emotions and thoughts through bodhicitta. Lama Mark began the retreat by explaining relative and ultimate bodhicitta (the mind of enlightenment). He taught classic Buddhist meditations on loving-kindness, relative and transcendent compassion, antidotes and paths, as taught in the Buddha's three cycles of Dharma. The Lama also gave the transmission, explanations and a session of Tonglen practice (sending and receiving), a profound bodhicitta meditation by the 12th century Tibetan Lama Chekawa Yeshe Dorje. Lama Mark read verses, with some commentary from Khunu Gyaltsen Rinpoche's (20th cent.) text, The Jewel Lamp; verses in praise of bodhicitta. He introduced participants to consider, reflect and meditate on being able to distinguish between the natural quality of unobstructed, natural and compassionate awareness-bodhicitta and the waves of turbulence, emotions and attachments that appear to obscure t

  • 2018 Antigua-Bodhicitta Retreat-04-Jan14

    25/02/2018 Duração: 01h47min

    Lama Mark Webber gave teachings and instructions on a key point of Dharma practice; how to overcome afflictive emotions and thoughts through bodhicitta. Lama Mark began the retreat by explaining relative and ultimate bodhicitta (the mind of enlightenment). He taught classic Buddhist meditations on loving-kindness, relative and transcendent compassion, antidotes and paths, as taught in the Buddha's three cycles of Dharma. The Lama also gave the transmission, explanations and a session of Tonglen practice (sending and receiving), a profound bodhicitta meditation by the 12th century Tibetan Lama Chekawa Yeshe Dorje. Lama Mark read verses, with some commentary from Khunu Gyaltsen Rinpoche's (20th cent.) text, The Jewel Lamp; verses in praise of bodhicitta. He introduced participants to consider, reflect and meditate on being able to distinguish between the natural quality of unobstructed, natural and compassionate awareness-bodhicitta and the waves of turbulence, emotions and attachments that appear to obscure t

  • 2018 Glentui Retreat-Feb13-Bodhicitta Mandala Offering And Guru Yoga

    19/02/2018 Duração: 01h48min

    February 13th, 2018: The Preliminary Liberating Instructions - understanding the practices and contemplations At Glentui Meadows, Canterbury, New Zealand Near the end of the retreat, "Tranquility and Dzogchen" held in Canterbury, New Zealand, Lama Mark gave a reading transmission of The Preliminary Liberating Instructions of the Drikung Gonpo Yangzab lineage. In this two-part recording, Lama Mark gives instructions and explanations about the Common Foundations, Taking Refuge, Generating Bodhicitta, Mandala Offering and Guru Yoga. He kindly received this transmission and detailed explanations from Drikung Lho Ontul Rinpoche.

  • 2018 Glentui Retreat-Feb13-Common Foundations And Refuge

    19/02/2018 Duração: 01h58min

    February 13th, 2018: The Preliminary Liberating Instructions - understanding the practices and contemplations At Glentui Meadows, Canterbury, New Zealand Near the end of the retreat, "Tranquility and Dzogchen" held in Canterbury, New Zealand, Lama Mark gave a reading transmission of The Preliminary Liberating Instructions of the Drikung Gonpo Yangzab lineage. In this two-part recording, Lama Mark gives instructions and explanations about the Common Foundations, Taking Refuge, Generating Bodhicitta, Mandala Offering and Guru Yoga. He kindly received this transmission and detailed explanations from Drikung Lho Ontul Rinpoche.

  • 2017 Galiano-Jewel Lamp And Refuge-01

    23/11/2017 Duração: 02h08min

    Following a reading transmission the previous week, Lama Mark Webber reads and gives commentary on a few pages of verses from Khunu Lama Gyaltsen's 1959 text called The Jewel Lamp, published by Wisdom as Vast as the Heavens, Deep as the Sea: A Praise of Bodhicitta. It is 356 verses expressing the boundless scope of Bodhicitta. Then, Lama Mark read and gave commentary on ten points of advice of "the ten kinds of waste" from Gampopa's text called Precious Garland of the Sublime Path. Further into the class, Lama Mark describes the details and meaning of the Drikung Yangzab Dzogchen Refuge Tree from the perspective of the outer, inner, secret and suchness levels of Refuge and Bodhicitta. This led him to give essence advise - from the perspective of Vajrayana - regarding the vitality and importance of the generation and completion stage practices and their inseparability.

  • Dzogchen Retreat Villa Sumaya-Talk07-Saturday Morning

    03/07/2017 Duração: 02h05min

    May 13-20, 2017 – The Practice Anapanasati (Recollection of Breath), and Tranquility in unfolding the Mahamudra: 7 Dharma Talks at Villa Sumaya, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala During the first week of a two week retreat at Villa Sumaya, Lama Mark Webber teaches traditional tranquility and loving-kindness practices from the tradition of Mahamudra. He also taught on Anapanasati, a classic method using the focus of breath to calm the mind and uncover wisdom. These meditations allowed retreat participants to be in a benevolent state and greater clarity in order to hear, study, and practice the transmission of the Three Statements of Garab Dorje, the Dzogchen teaching presented in the second week.

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