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  Kadam Lamrim - The Stages of the Path
Lamrim means "the stages of the path to enlightenment".
The Lamrim instructions were compiled by the great Indian Buddhist Master Atisha, who was invited to Tibet by King Jangchub Ö in AD 1042.
The instructions of Lamrim are easy to understand and practice, and can readily be applied to solving the problems of daily life.
www.meditateinfortcollins.org /buddhist_lamrim.htm   (237 words)

 Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo, Introduction to Light of Wisdom, Volume 1
The Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo, the title of which translates to Gradual Path of the Wisdom Essence, is a sacred scripture that records oral teachings of the ‘Second Buddha,’; Padmasambhava, given while he blessed Tibet with a 55 year visit during the 9th century.
The main recipients of the Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo were the king, the princes, the incarnated translator Vairotsana and Yeshe Tsogyal, the spiritual consort of Padmasambhava.
The Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo is a terma revealed in unison by Chokgyur Lingpa and Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and belongs to the fourth among an amazing set of terma teachings renowned as the Four Cycles of Guru Sadhana.
www.rangjung.com /gl/Lamrim_Yeshe_Nyingpo_introduction.htm   (5940 words)

 Lamrim Buddhist Centre - About The Centre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Lamrim Centre is a Kadampa Buddhist meditation Centre located in the Community Resource Centre Quinte (the old Queen Mary School) next to downtown Belleville that offers meditation classes, workshops, study programs and retreats.
The Lamrim Centre is a place for cultivating peace, a place for people of like minds to meet, and above all, a place of spiritual refuge in Belleville.
The Lamrim Buddhist Centre is a member of the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT), a worldwide network of over 800 Buddhist centres and groups that present the Buddhist teachings in a way that is relevant and accesible to our modern day society.
www.meditateinbelleville.org /centre.php   (231 words)

 Lamrim in Tibetan Buddhism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Lamrim is a Tibetan word which means 'the stages of the path'.
Lamrim instructions are not given merely for the sake of intellectual understanding of the path to enlightenment.
The main purpose of all Lamrim meditations is to transform our mind into the path to enlightenment by bringing about the deepest levels of realization.
home.btclick.com /scimah/Lamrim.htm   (355 words)

 The Berzin Archives - "Dharma-Lite" Versus "Real Thing - Dharma" Versions of Lamrim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
This is what we call the "lamrim." We should not think that the lamrim is the exclusive way of presenting the material contained in it; there are many other ways of presenting the same teachings.
The unique advantage of the lamrim presentation of graded stages of the path is that it has an initial level of motivation, which is working to benefit future lives as a stepping-stone for working for liberation and then enlightenment.
In lamrim, the advanced scope of motivation is a scope that is exclusive to Mahayana, but shared in common with Mahayana sutra and Mahayana tantra.
www.berzinarchives.com /sutra/sutra_level_2/dharma_lite_lamrim.html   (10204 words)

 Notes on Lamrim - Introduction
The "Lamrim (The stages of the Path, lam.rim) is one of the richest traditions in Tibetan Buddhism.
Vast in scope and profound in meaning, it integrates all Shakyamuni Buddha's teachings into a clear, step-by-step path to enlightenment ideally suited for all individuals at all levels of practice.", www.tsongkhapa.org.
I am also aware that teachings like Lamrim are not realized merely intelectually.
www.geocities.com /lamrimnotes   (174 words)

 Monastic Interreligious Dialogue | A Speculative Bridge between the Gospel and the Lamrim
Lamrim, which refers to “the stages of the path to enlightenment,” is one of the richest traditions in Tibetan Buddhism.
Lamrim outlines the essential spiritual qualities, which are cultivated on the stages of the way.
Atisha, the father of the Lamrim system, a proponent of Prasangika Madhyamika, which is considered the highest philosophy by the Tibetans, honored Lama Serlingpa of Cittamatra as the most important lama, even though they had major philosophical differences, since Atisha obtained the precious mind of bodhicitta through him.
www.monasticdialog.com /a.php?id=740   (1634 words)

 Lamrim | The Stages of the Path
It is a special set of instructions that includes all the essential teachings of Buddha, structured in a comprehensive way that is easy to understand and put into practice.
The Lamrim presentation lies at the very heart of Kadampa Buddhism.The Lamrim instructions were compiled by the great Buddhist Master Atisha, an Indian scholar and meditator who was invited to Tibet by King Jangchub Ö in AD 1042 and became one of the main figures in bringing Buddhism to Tibet.
If we gain deep experience of Lamrim there will be no basis for these problems; we shall be able to solve them through the power of our inner peace.
www.meditateinlondon.org.uk /lamrim.php   (315 words)

 Advice Book : Lama Zopa Rinpoche
Reciting a lamrim prayer every day is the fundamental practice of everyday life that renders each day of your life most meaningful.
There are two different glance meditations: one is the direct meditation on the lamrim, which is the foundation of the common path; the other is the direct meditation on the tantric path, which is the extraordinary path.
Live your life with the mind that has been transformed in the lamrim, whether it was transformed by meditation on guru devotion, impermanence and death, on how this life's human body is highly meaningful, on the suffering nature of samsara, on bodhicitta, or on emptiness.
www.lamayeshe.com /lamazopa/advicebook/lamrim/prelim.shtml   (4119 words)

 Lamrim - the stages of the path   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Lamrim reveals all the stages of the path to enlightenment.
Mahamudra, Lamrim forms the basis of Kadampa practice.
They are given to help students gain deep experience (realisations) and should be put into practice (see meditation).
website.lineone.net /~kwelos/Lamrim.htm   (135 words)

 Lamrim - The Stages of the Path   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
As instruções do Lamrim foram compostas pelo grande mestre budista indiano Atisha, que foi convidado para ir ao Tibete pelo Rei Jangchub Ö em 1042, e passou o resto de sua vida ali, difundindo o puro Darma.
Existe uma linhagem completamente pura e ininterrupta dessas instruções de Lamrim, desde Buda Shakyamuni até nossos atuais Guias Espirituais.
As instruções do Lamrim são simples de compreender e praticar, e podem ser rapidamente aplicadas para a solução de problemas cotidianos.
www.kadampa.org /portuguese/tradition/lamrim_meditation.php   (287 words)

 Lam Rim Meditation -- Refuge Visualization
Lamrim is a non-sectarian practice originating with Atisha (982-1054), that most pious Bengali pandit whose advent lent so considerably to the founding of each of the three reform sects (Gelug, Kagyu and Sakya) within Tibetan Buddhism.
If I could, I would be pleased to cite references from the Kagyu and Nyingma Lamrim traditions as well.
His instructions rigarding this book, and also on altar arrangement were my very first oral Lamrim instructions.
vajra.us /lamrim/gus_lamrim_7.html   (1032 words)

 Leading Religious Teacher Dies (TIN)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Gen Lamrim was widely regarded as one of the greatest teachers in the
Gen Lamrim was not on either the elected nor the unelected committee, as
Gen Lamrim was asked by the authorities in the 1980s to accept positions in
www.tibet.ca /en/wtnarchive/1997/6/15_1.html   (1664 words)

 Lamrim: the Gradual Path to Enlightenment
Transformation comes from studying the lamrim, thinking about the topics, and doing analytical meditation on them.
With a firm grounding in lamrim, we'll be able to work with our mind no matter what is going on in it or around us.
Since the lamrim presupposes an understanding of mind, rebirth, cyclic existence and enlightenment, these subjects are discussed at this point.
www.thubtenchodron.org /GradualPathToEnlightenment/index.html   (790 words)

 Meditation & Buddhism in Iowa City
Lamrim Buddhist Center offers classes in Buddhism and meditation in Iowa City.
Everyone is welcome to attend meditation classes and other events offered by Lamrim Center.
Lamrim Buddhist Center was founded in 2005 by the renowned meditation master and Buddhist scholar Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
www.meditateiniowacity.org   (94 words)

 Learn to Meditate at Atisha Buddhist Centre - Meditation, Buddhism, Classes, Courses, Buddhist
Lamrim is a special presentation of the stages of the path to enlightenment.
During this retreat we will engage in the twenty-one Lamrim meditations in the New Meditation Handbook, thereby gaining familiarity with every stage of the path to enlightenment.
Extensive commentaries to the Lamrim meditations can be found in Joyful Path of Good Fortune.
www.atishameditation.co.uk /Retreats.htm   (766 words)

 sugataGarbha: Lamrim Archives
Lamrim Meditations: The Danger of a Lower Rebirth
Starting this week, I’ll be doing a series on the 21 Lamrim Meditations.
Contemplation: We think ‘If I rely upon a Spiritual Guide, he or she will lead me along the spiritual path, which is the only way to I can solve all my problems and make my life meaningful.
www.onclipevent.com /archives/sugatagarbha/cat_lamrim.html   (1911 words)

 LamRim Outline
The LamRim is organized into teachings suitable for three scopes of Students:
Training the mind in the stages of the path of a student of Initial scope.
Training the mind in the stages of the path of a student of supreme scope.
members.tripod.com /~Kalachakra/lamrimi.html   (133 words)

 The History & Development of the New Kadampa Tradition
The followers of Atisha are known as Kadampas: 'ka' means 'word' and refers to Buddha's teachings, and 'dam' refers to Atisha's special Lamrim instructions, known as the stages of the path.
By integrating their knowledge of all Buddha's teachings into their practice of Lamrim, and by applying this into their everyday life, Kadampa Buddhists are encouraged to use all Buddha's teachings as practical methods for transforming daily activities into the path to enlightenment.
However, they all have Lamrim as their main practice and integrate all their study into the practice of Lamrim.
www.meditationincolorado.org /history_new_kadampa_tradition.htm   (3308 words)

 Sravasti Abbey
(Lamrim) and thought training (lojong) and be able to guide their own meditations.
A Lamrim outline used in my previous retreats is on www.thubtenchodron.org as are audio and transcripts of Lamrim teachings I’ve given.
A Lamrim meditation outline may be found there as well.
www.sravastiabbey.org /chen1.html   (2315 words)

 BSY Group
This course gives a history and philosophy of Buddhism in Tibet and show the student how to perform the Tibetan Buddhist meditation Lamrim.
Lamrim means the stages on the path to enlightenment enabling you to change your life forever.
Students obtaining 70% or more marks in the final examination will be awarded the BSY Diploma and are entitled to use their letters BSYA (Tibet.Md.) after their name.
www.bsygroup.co.uk /course_details.asp?course_id=87   (158 words)

 Meditation in Florida | Meditation Retreats
At all of our Centers in Florida, we do a one-day "Stages of the Path" (Lamrim) retreat each month, on a Saturday or a Sunday (check the calendars).
The first session is guided by the retreat leaders, who will explain how to meditate on the Lamrim topic and other useful information, and who will guide the meditation.
A one-day Lamrim retreat is not only enormously relaxing, but also gives you knowledge, skills, and a renewed spiritual focus, such that you return to work more relaxed, healthy, sane, and confident!
www.meditationinflorida.org /meditation-retreats.php   (542 words)

 Manjushri - Tibetan Lamrim Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Although the sources for such writings can be traced to the original Mahayana sutras, the first text to be explicitly associated with this 'three scope' approach was Atisha's Lamp For The Path of Enlightenmen.
These writings later became the dominant manuals on practice among the followers of the Kadam and Gelug traditions.
Other traditions also incorporate Lamrim within them, as, for example, in the elaborate exposition of the nine yanas; and the salient tenets of Lamrim are synthesized within the preliminary practices of tantric meditation according to all schools.
manjushri.acumaestro.com /LIBRARY/T-lamrim.htm   (177 words)

 How to Meditate - Lamrim: The Stages of the Buddhist Path
The preparatory practices prepare our mind for successful meditation by purifying hindrances caused by our previous negative actions, empowering our mind with merit, and inspiring it with the blessings of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.
They are given to help us to gain deep experience, and should therefore be put into practice.
Until we have reached this stage we should not tire of listening to oral teachings on Lamrim or reading authentic Lamrim commentaries, and then contemplating and meditating on these instructions.
www.how-to-meditate.org /how-to-meditate.htm   (1396 words)

 Amazon.com: Practicing the Path: A Commentary on the Lamrim Chenmo: Books: Yangsi Rinpoche   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Lamrim Chenmo is a Tibetan Mahayana teaching for a fortunate being to go to enlightenment.
The lamrim is the essence of Lama Atisha's enlightenment.
I use it for studying in order to memorize the important knowledge that one needs on the Mahayana path to full enlightenment, such as the three kinds of ethics.
www.amazon.com /Practicing-Path-Commentary-Lamrim-Chenmo/dp/086171346X   (1622 words)

 Internet Archive: Details: Steps on the Path (Lamrim) - Role of the Teacher
In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the steps on the path to enlightenment are presented in a very structured manner.
This approach helps guide the student from preliminary practices and small scope all the way through more advanced levels of study to complete enlightenment.
The role of the teacher is one of the earliest steps as presented in the traditional lamrim.
www.archive.org /details/Tse_Chen_Ling_GD_Sunday_Lamrim_20070114   (146 words)

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