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michaelrose / Michael Rose

a fan of non-lyrical, experimental music. And loads of talks and lectures.

There is one person in michaelrose’s collective.

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  1. Fast Padmasambhava Mantra - Aro Buddhism

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  2. Medium Padmasambhava Mantra - Aro Buddhism

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  3. Slow Padmasambhava Mantra - Aro Buddhism

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  4. Shi-nè - First meditation instructions - Aro

    In this 16-minute talk, Ngala Nor’dzin Pamo introduces shi-nè, the first and most fundamental meditation method taught in Aro. Shi-nè calms the wildness of thoughts and feelings and thereby allows you to see clearly the working of your mind. It teaches you to recognize counter-productive habitual patterns of thought and to let go of them.

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://aromeditation.org/audio-meditation-instruction.html

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  5. Overview of the Four Naljors - Aro - Audio

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://aromeditation.org/audio-meditation-instruction.html

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  6. Aro - The Yanas

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://arobuddhism.org/audio-teachings/the-yanas.html

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  7. Aro - Samsara, suffering, and suspicion; the path to endless enjoyment

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://arobuddhism.org/audio-teachings/samsara-suffering-and-suspicion-the-path-to-endless-enjoyment.html

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  8. Aro - Emptiness and Form

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://arobuddhism.org/content/view/314/

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  9. Aro - Audio

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://arobuddhism.org/content/view/314/

    —Huffduffed by michaelrose

  10. Shi-nè meditation - Aro Audio

    Shi-nè meditation

    Shi-nè literally means ‘peaceful abiding’ in Tibetan. It refers to the direct perception of emptiness without conceptual interpretation. It also refers to several meditation methods that aim to find this experience by stilling the mind. Shi-nè is the first of the four naljors of Dzogchen sem-dé. The second is lhatong.

    The Tibetan spelling is zhi gNas.

    The equivalent Sanskrit term is shamatha.

    Aro gTer - Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation

    http://arobuddhism.org/content/view/314/

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