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Bardo from Mirror of Mindfulness: 2 CD, Crestone, 2004 (MP3 CD)
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Thrangu Rinpoche's commentary on the intermediate state between life and death (the bardo), based on Tsele Rangdrol's text, The Mirror of Mindfulness. These teachings were given in Crestone, Colorado with Yeshe Gyamtso translating.
Buddha Nature from Maitreya's Uttaratantra
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The fourth chapter of the Uttaratantra by the Buddha Maitreya is the definitive teaching on Buddha-nature or Buddha-essence and one of the most important texts on the Shentong view. Thrangu Rinpoche gave a teaching on this topic in Boudha in Nepal in April of 2014.
Creation and Completion, Oxford, 2006 (MP3 CD)
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These teachings were given by Thrangu Rinpoche in 2006 at Oxford, England with Eric Schmidt translating. This is a commentary on Jamgon Kongtrul, the Great's famous text on tantric meditation, Creation and Completion.
Definitive Philosophy of the Middle Way of Khenpo Ganshar, Boudha, 2009 (MP3 CD)
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These teachings were given by Thrangu Rinpoche based on the text by Khenpo Gangshar, The Definitive Philosophy of the Middle Way, at the Namo Buddha Seminar in Boudha, Nepal, from March 31 - April 4, 2009.


Distinguishing Consciousness from Wisdom, Sarnath, 2011 (MP3 CD)
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One of the most important treatises written by the 3rd Karmapa, Rangjung Dorje, is The Treatise Distinguishing Consciousness from Wisdom.

This recent commentary by Thrangu Rinpoche was recorded in March, 2011 in Sarnath, India.
Dolpopa's Mountain Dharma, Keystone, 2007 two (MP3 CD)
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These teachings on were given by Thrangu Rinpoche in 2007 in Keystone, CO, with David Choephel translating. This is a commentary on Dolpopa's most important work, Mountain Dharma, based on the catalog (karchag) of the book.
Four Dharmas of Gampopa, Boudha, 2012 (MP3 CD)
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In his teaching on Gampopa's pith instructions known as the Four Dharmas of Gampopa, Khenpo Lhabu Drupon Rinpoche explains how the Four Dharmas relate to the stages of the path.

This recent commentary was recorded at the Namo Buddha Seminar in Boudha, Nepal March 31 - April 4, 2012.
Four Ordinary Foundations, Los Angeles, 2006 (MP3 CD)
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These teachings were given by Thrangu Rinpoche in 2006 in Los Angeles, California with David Karma Choephel translating. This teaching is on the Four Ordinary Foundations, or the Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind.
Naturally Liberating Whatever You Meet by Khenpo Ganshar
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Thrangu Rinpoche provides clear and concise commentary on Khenpo Gangshar's amazing teaching, which is a distillation of the essential points of the esoteric Tibetan Buddhist practices of Mahamudra and Dzogchen.

Saraha's Instructions on Meditation
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Saraha, one of the first practitioners of Mahamudra meditation, wrote this spiritual song (doha) which is found in a treasury of eight dohas on Mahamudra.  The commentary by Thrangu Rinpoche was given at Boudha, Nepal, in 2008.
Saraha's Queens Doha, Sarnath, 2004 (MP3 CD)
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Sarnath, India, 2004. Thrangu Rinpoche presents detailed teachings on The Queen's Doha: Saraha's middle length spiritual song on Mahamudra. Saraha's songs are the first recorded exposition of Mahamudra.
Songs of Renunciation by Milarepa, 2011 (MP3 CD)
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This teaching by Thrangu Rinpoche on Milarepa's Songs of Renunciation was recorded at the Namo Buddha Seminar in Boudha, Nepal, from March 27 - 31, 2011.


Teachings on the Phowa Practice, Vancouver, 2000 (MP3 CD)
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Thrangu Rinpoche gave a detailed commentary on the Phowa practice in Vancouver, Canada in 2000 at Karma Thekchen Choling.  This teaching was translated by Michele Martin.
   
 
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