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Introduction


The Lamrim (The stages of the Path, lam.rim) is one of the richest traditions in Tibetan Buddhism. Vast in scope and profound in meaning, it integrates all Shakyamuni Buddha's teachings into excellent step-by-step guide to enlightenment ideally suited for all individuals at all levels of practice. This "Gradual Path to Enlightenment" can be found in all traditions within Tibetan Buddhism, the Buddhism of the Three Vehicles: Hinayana, Mahayana, Vajrayana.
The notes I have selected mainly from resources of many books that are luckily available for me in Pomeranian Library in Szczecin, Poland, www.bbpp.eu.org . These notes are like a puzzle that I am making to understand Buddhism including such traditions as Dzogchen and Mahamudra. I don't know when I will finish them. I will them continually complete at this page.
I am also aware that teachings like Lamrim are not realized merely intellectually. I made these notes originally for my personal need, but now I think, they could be beneficial for others too although they could have some errors or shortcommings. Excuse me also because of my english.


Outline of notes



Notes on Lamrim


html version 16.06.2006


pdf print version 16.06.2006

Resources of notes



Notes on Dzogchen



Letter No. 1 about Gelug Prasangika and Shentong view



Hornlike Madhyamaka


Recommended study book on Madhyamaka: "THE CENTER OF THE SUNLIT SKY:
Madhyamaka in the Kagyu Tradition" by Karl Brunnholzl from www.nitarthainstitute.org
published by Snow Lion, 2004.

Mariusz Mantur
mariusz_mantur@poczta.onet.pl
www.lamrimnotes.webs.com