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Mind seeing mind : mahāmudrā and the Geluk tradition of Tibetan Buddhism

Author: Roger R Jackson
Publisher: Somerville, MA : Wisdom Publications, Inc., [2019]
Series: Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Roger Jackson's Mind Seeing Mind is the first attempt to provide both a scholarly study of the history, texts, and doctrines of Geluk mahamudra and translations of some of its seminal texts. It begins with a survey of the Indian sources of the teaching and goes on the discuss the place of mahamudra in non-Geluk Tibetan Buddhist schools, especially the Kagyü. The book then turns to a detailed survey of the history  Read more...
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Jackson, Roger R. (Roger Reid), 1950-
Mind seeing mind.
Somerville, MA : Wisdom Publications, Inc., [2019]
(DLC) 2019018333
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger R Jackson
ISBN: 9781614295778 1614295778 9781614296010 1614296014
OCLC Number: 1085203776
Description: xxvi, 717 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Mahāmudrā in India: Hindus and Buddhists, sutras and tantras --
Mahāmudrā in India: the mahāsiddhas --
Mahāmudrā in some Tibetan renaissance schools --
Mahāmudrā in early Marpa Kagyü --
Mahāmudrā in later Marpa Kagyü --
Tsongkhapa, the Geluk, and mahāmudrā --
From Tsongkhapa to Panchen Chogyen: Khedrup Je and the main line of the hearing transmission --
From Tsongkhapa to Panchen Chögyen: masters outside the main line of the hearing transmission --
Panchen Chögyen in focus --
Panchen Chögyen's successors --
Yeshe Gyaltsen --
Four later commentators --
Later lamas from Amdo and Kham --
The twentieth century and beyond --
Three issues in Geluk mahāmudrā --
Archer among the yellow hats: Geluk uses of Saraha --
The big picture: sixteen questions.
Series Title: Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism.
Responsibility: Roger R. Jackson.

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"Roger Jackson's Mind Seeing Mind is the first attempt to provide both a scholarly study of the history, texts, and doctrines of Geluk mahamudra and translations of some of its seminal texts. It begins with a survey of the Indian sources of the teaching and goes on the discuss the place of mahamudra in non-Geluk Tibetan Buddhist schools, especially the Kagyü. The book then turns to a detailed survey of the history and major textual sources of Geluk mahamudra, from Tsongkhapa, through the First Panchen, down to the present. The final section of the study addresses critical questions, including the relation between Geluk and Kagyü mahamudra, the ways Gelukpa authors have interpreted the mahasiddha Saraha, and the broader religious-studies implications raised by Tibetan debates about mahamudra. The translation portion of Mind Seeing Mind includes eleven texts on mahamudra history, ritual, and practice. Foremost among these is the First Panchen Lama's autocommentary on his root verses of Geluk Mahamudra, the foundation of the tradition. Also included is his ritual masterpiece Offering to the Guru, which is a staple of Geluk practice, and a selection of his songs of spiritual experience. Mind Seeing Mind adds considerably to our understanding of Geluk spirituality and shows how mahamudra came to be woven throughout the fabric of the tradition"--

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