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New PDF release: The Center of the Sunlit Sky: Madhyamaka in the Kagyu

By Karl Brunnholzl

Madhyamaka is a powerful and universally available technique of calming our pain and awakening to our innate knowledge. the guts of the Sunlit Sky artfully rescues this awesome educating from its unwarranted attractiveness for highbrow opacity and reinstates it as a supremely useful toolkit for daily dwelling.

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Rather, it is a lineage of the actuality [behind these words].

During the first four hundred years of Buddhism in Tibet, Centrism was transmitted mainly from an Autonomist perspective. 139 As mentioned earlier, to a certain extent AtıŸa’s transmission was an exception here. However, certainly up through his time, there was no clear differentiation of distinct Madhyamaka “schools” headed by Bh›vaviveka and Candrakırti, and their approaches were evidently studied side by side. As for early Tibetan masters after AtıŸa, Ngog Lots›wa Loden Sherab140 (1059–1109) is said to have followed the Autonomist approach.

The Mah›mudr› which belongs to the path of the tantra was also expounded by Lord Gampopa to his “inner” disciples. The Commentary on the Difficult Points of The Wheel of Time, Called Padminı says: “Mah›mudr› [the Great Seal]” is she who gives birth to all Thus-Gone Ones appearing in the past, future, and present, that is, Prajñ›p›ramit›. Since she seals bliss through the nonabiding nirv›˚a179 . . , she is the seal. 180 Thus, the explicit teaching of this Mah›mudr› is the Madhyamaka of emptiness free from discursiveness as taught in the sÒtra system.

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