Pointing Out the Great Way: The Stages of Meditation in the Mahamudra Tradition

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Wishes Fulfilled. The topic has been locked. RE: Daniel P. I found it very academic and not useful for my practice. Maybe on further study, I might agree with you but probably not. I also found out that he and teacher's trained by him conduct mahamudra retreats in US as well as Europe. Would love to attend one but it doesn't fit right now. Are you both practicing mahamudra? Have you ever got pointing out instructions from a teacher? Something I would love to get at this point. I found it more academic than practice oriented, so not so interesting to me.

Pointing Out the Great Way by Daniel P. Brown and Robert Thurman - Book - Read Online

Practice wise my favorite Mahamudra book is "Mind at Ease". I will have to look into Mind at Ease. I could spend a lot of years just with that book. Ken McLeod has a lot of good stuff. You can download from his web site his dharma talks from two retreats he led. I have been daily practicing mahamudra for over a year but claim no expertise. I haven't had a teacher in this practice but am looking for one.. I had looked at Dan Brown's retreat schedule.


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I saw the daily schedule for the retreat didn't interest me very much. This week I emailed Susan Mikel who is one of the retreat teachers asking if she would be interested in taking me on as a student maybe over Skype. She responded I would have to go through a retreat first. Thanks for sharing gira and jackha will look in to those books. I am on page of the book presently, and I have found a wealth of practice oriented information in this book.

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It appears to me the book is a practice manual, so how someone could not find it practice oriented is confusing to me. The book builds and illustrates the progression of deepening insight in practice, and exactly how these are accessed and arise in practice, how the practice is refined at each step; and so the later details about higher level insights are built on the context of the former realizations My hope is some here will benefit from this excellent book, it really seems to have a lot of the same spirit, the same practical, gradual path dhamma focus that I appreciate so much here, so I thought it might be appreciated by folks at KFD.

Thanks for sharing guys! Justin EDIT: typo s.