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Creating An Enlightened Society DVD Mipham Music DVD Gesar & Shambhala DVD Highlights from Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche's 2001 Journey to Tibet DVD
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It’s possible that we could achieve enlightened society. It is not really impractical and purely idealistic at all. Shambhala vision teaches us that we could be heroic, warriorlike and kind at the same time.

The author of Shambhala: the Sacred Path of the Warrior delivers an impassioned plea to all of us to help the world. This beautiful colour video captures his dynamism, depth and humour.

This talk is also available as a set of two talks (Creating An Enlightened Society & Building Enlightened Society) with a study plan. To find out more follow this link

1982 Public talk in Boston, Massachusetts
Kalapa Recordings
80 minutes
Three colourful music videos with the Sakyong, filmed on location in Tibet, India, Germany, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Boston, New York, and Nova Scotia. Featuring dance footage of Khandro Tseyang. Includes
  • "Come & Dance"
  • "What About Me," directed by Gesar Mukpo
  • "The Moon"
Lyrics by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche
Music produced by Felix von Racknitz
Video by James Hoagland & Ethan Neville
Vocals & music by Tara Slone, Brad Upton, Matthias Frey, Claudio Bohorquez, and others.

Centre Productions
20 minutes
In May 2008, Dechen Choling hosted the Gesar Festival, bringing together His Eminence Namkha Rinpoche, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, and Jigme Rinpoche to teach on Gesar and the warriorship principles of Shambhala. In the first talk of the program, offered here on DVD, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche shows how our particular time is appropriate for the presentation of enlightenment in terms of the warrior principle, embodied in the legendary warrior king, Gesar of Ling. The Sakyong goes on to present the outer and inner aspects of Shambhala warriorship, ending with a guided meditation that emphasizes the practice of riding the life-force energy.

  • Introduction
  • Preserving our Life-Force Energy
  • Gesar Teachings: Outer & Inner
  • Strength & the Warrior Principle
  • Guided Meditation
  • The Rider & the Horse
  • Peace & Confidence
Kalapa Recordings
Format: One DVD disk

"My father and mother were born in Tibet, but I was born in India and didn’t visit my parents’ native land until 2001. There I traveled through some of the most vast, spacious, and beautiful land in the world."—Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

In 2001 Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche visited Tibet for the first time, where he was greeted by thousands of people, not only as the current Sakyong and an emanation of Mipham the Great, but also as living proof of the vitality of Buddhism, returning to the place that his father had left. Huge audiences gathered to hear his teachings.

This selection of sixteen scenic video highlights from that journey includes

  • The Sakyong's arrival in Surmang
  • His first meeting with the twelfth Trungpa Rinpoche
  • A visit to an orphanage
  • The colourful arrival of Gesar on horseback

Exquisite footage reveals the splendor of Tibet and its people, who came to meet the Sakyong and to receive his blessings.

Centre Productions
30 minutes

Good Human Society DVD Visual Dharma DVD The Tibetan Buddhist Path, Volumes One & Two DVD Cultivating Gentleness & Strength DVD
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On 2 March 2012, the Sakyong, Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche, gave a public talk to an assembly of over 900 people in the historic Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, where he introduced the Shambhala teachings on basic goodness and enlightened society. In pointing out how our innermost feelings about who we are have an impact on society, he stressed the importance of self-reflecting on our human nature. As he said:

That moment when we get up in the morning, that split-second decision about how we feel about ourselves, is really inexpressible. That moment of self- reflection and how we value our own existence has a dynamic and powerful consequence on how we treat ourselves—and especially now, in terms of society, how we treat others.

The DVD includes as a PDF file an outline of the talk, which can be used for personal study or in the context of group discussions.

Kalapa Recordings
1 hour 35 minutes
In this 1978 seminar given at Naropa University, Trungpa Rinpoche talks about the artist's state of mind and how to bring the view of basic goodness to art's practice and appreciation. To illustrate his approach, he demonstrates calligraphy, arranges flowers and objects, reads and talks about poetry, and shows slides from both Western and Asian art. Special features include demonstrations and discussions of dharma art from earlier seminars.

Kalapa Recordings
Four DVD's, including PDF study guide.
366 minutes
Profound, potent, and intimate, these newly re-mastered video recordings provide a rare glimpse of the early days of Buddhism in the West. The Tibetan Buddhist Path was the first seminar given by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche during the inaugural summer session at Naropa Institute in 1974. More than a thousand spiritual seekers received these seminal teachings in fourteen talks, which include
  • Spiritual Materialism
  • Origins of Tibetan & American Buddhism
  • The Three Marks of Existence
  • The Five Skandhas
  • Meditation & Surrender
  • Karma
  • The Narrow Path & the Open Path
  • Sutra
  • Bodhisattva & Paramita
  • Tradition & Sanity in Zen & Tibetan Buddhism
  • Meditation & the Fourth Moment
  • The Doha Tradition
  • Nirvana & Mysticism
  • Magic
Over thirty years later, these teachings remain undiminished in relevance. Each talk includes the complete question-and-answer session. The set is accompanied by a study guide. Perfect for group study or Shambhala Centre classes.

Kalapa Recordings
Fourteen talks on seven DVDs, plus study guide on CD

In July 2009, Shambhala Mountain Center hosted over 350 practitioners for the first-ever sangha retreat, a week-long program led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Ani Pema Chödrön, and Acharya Adam Lobel. The theme was "Cultivating Gentleness and Strength." The first two talks of the retreat were broadcast to the international sangha, with the Sakyong and Pema taking questions from people all over. Included here on video are
  • Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche: Going in the Right Direction
  • Ani Pema Chödrön: Intentional Gentleness
  • The Sakyong: Gentleness is the Greatest Strength
  • Ani Pema: Gentleness Leads to Nonaggression
  • The Sakyong: Guided Meditation & Dissolving the Mandala
This set also contains Acharya Lobel's talks and meditation instructions in MP3 audio format.

Kalapa Recordings
5 DVDs, 1 MP3 CD
13 hours
Meditation: The Way of the Buddha DVD Dignity: Governing Enlightened Society DVD Rigden Weekend DVD Devotion & Crazy Wisdom: DVD
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In this newly re-mastered video recording of five talks given at the inaugural session of Naropa University (summer 1974), we join Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and an audience of new students as he teaches the technique, view and practice of meditation; from mindfulness practice to awareness practice to the realization of emptiness. Topics include
  • Meditation Instruction
  • Shamatha
  • State of Mind
  • Vipashyana
  • The Dawn of Enlightenment
The set also includes an additional talk given in 1973 at the start of a full day of sitting, offering further encouragement to practitioners. The set is accompanied by a study guide. Perfect for group study or Shambhala Centre classes.

Kalapa Recordings
Five talks on three DVDs plus study guide on CD

This DVD set presents the three talks by His Majesty the Sakyong, Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche, at the Halifax Kalapa Governance Gathering in October 2011, as well as the address by Lady Diana Mukpo, the Druk Sakyong Wangmo.

Talk 1: The Core of Shambhala Leadership,
October 8, 2 hrs. 38 min.
Talk 2: Basic Goodness as Living Reality,
October 9, morning, 1 hr. 40 min.
Talk 3: The Wish-Fulfilling Jewel,
October 9, afternoon, 1 hr. 27 min.
Lady Diana Mukpo’s Address,
October 9, morning, 31 min.

The 3 DVD-set includes a five-session study plan as well as extensive talk outlines, available as a PDF file on the first DVD. These can be reproduced and used to review the talks, in the context of group discussions.

Kalapa Recordings
3 DVDs
6 hours, 16 minutes

This DVD may be purchased for individual viewing by anyone who attended the program Dignity: Governing Enlightened Society, in Halifax, October 2011 or following participation in a local Dignity program. Please click here for more information on a Dignity Program in your area.

In this program, the Sakyong presents the core Shambhala teachings on unconditional confidence as embodied in the symbolic figure of the Rigden, “the one who holds the family of inherent wakefulness.” In the second talk, he introduces a three-step formal lungta practice. In the third, he gives a commentary on the chant “Supplication to the Shambhala Lineage,” and introduces the practice of Shambhala meditation.

This DVD set includes the four talks given during this program.
Talk 1: The Notion of Rigden, March 3 (morning), 1 hr. 45 min.
Talk 2: Two Transmissions, March 3 (afternoon), 56 min.
Talk 3: The Shambhala Lineage Chant, March 4 (morning), 1 hr. 42 min.
Talk 4: Perpetually Deepening, Perpetually Going Out, March 4 (afternoon), 1 hr. 20 min.

A general outline of the set is available as a PDF file on the first DVD.

Kalapa Recordings
4 DVDs
Total time: 5 hours, 43 minutes

Available to those who have attended a Rigden Weekend Program or subsequent programs on the Shambhala path.
In these talks from two 1975 seminars, presented here in digital formats for the first time, Trungpa Rinpoche lays the ground we need to gain a deeper appreciation of the sadhana. In ten talks—six in video and four in audio—the Vidyadhara explains the literal meaning of unfamiliar terms in the sadhana and unpacks the deeper meanings within.Taken together, the talks form the basis for a commentary on the practice. Following long tradition, we study the commentary to derive more richness from the practice itself.

Kalapa Recordings
3 DVDs with Study Guide, 6 hours, 46 minutes
1 audio mp3, 3 hours, 19 minutes

These two seminars are also available in print here

Additional publications on The Sadhana of Mahamudra available from Nalanda Translation Committee.
Being Brave:Transforming Our World DVD Shambhala Sadhana DVD
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In August 2011, Shambhala's Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Ani Pema Chodron, and Acharya Adam Lobel led Being Brave: Transforming Our World. In Halifax and online, thousands participated in this five-day retreat aimed at awakening kindness and courage in order to shift the direction of human destiny and bring about global change.

Shambhala Media is pleased to offer this DVD set of eight carefully selected talks for your home or meditation group including a bonus talk from the Shambhala Mountain Center Being Brave retreat. The four-disc set includes:

1. A Human Tradition, Adam Lobel, 35 min.
2. A Culture of Basic Goodness, Sakyong Mipham, 64 min.
3. Bringing Meditation Into Our Culture, Sakyong Mipham, 70 min.
4. The Bravery of Openness, Pema Chodron, 65 min.
5. Contemplating Bravery, Sakyong Mipham, 58 min.
6. The Bravery of Compassion, Pema Chodron, 71 min.
7. Creating Enlightened Society, Sakyong Mipham, 95 min.
Bonus talk: The Proclamation of Goodness, Sakyong Mipham, 39 min.

Talk outlines are available as a PDF file on the first disc.

Kalapa Recordings
4 DVDs
507 minutes

This set is available to Shambhala Centres and Groups.

These teachings—from the 2013 Shambhala Sadhana retreat in Boulder—are for all Shambhala Sadhana practitioners. The Sakyong has requested that students watch them within the format of a group practice of the sadhana, if possible led by a shastri or another senior teacher. The material is grouped into five natural parts, so the series would be for five sessions, each starting with a full practice of the sadhana.

Here is the organization and timing of those five parts:

1. Introduction: Sadhana as Human Journey & Social Practice (68 min.)

2. Commentary, Part I (97 min.)

3. Shambhala Meditation & Shambhala Sadhana (68 min.)

4. Commentary, Part II (78 min.)

5. The Sakyong Wangmo’s Remarks & Q/A (33 min.)

2 DVDs
5 hours 44 minutes