LYWA Multimedia: Guru Puja is the Heart Practice

By Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche

Guru Puja is the Heart Practice is a new multimedia series based on teachings given by Lama Zopa Rinpoche at the Light of the Path retreat held in North Carolina, USA, in 2009. The series is edited by Ven. Sarah Thresher with Megan Evart. Please note that the Guru Puja is a Highest Yoga Tantra practice.

The Seven-Limb Practice is our latest title in this multimedia series.

An Introduction to the Chanting Lineage of the Guru Puja

Many lineages of chanting come from great yogis who either made it up or heard it chanted by dakinis—by using that chanting you receive the blessing of that lama or of the dakas and dakinis.

- Lama Zopa Rinpoche

In this teaching, Lama Zopa Rinpoche primarily focuses on the chanting for the Guru Puja. First Rinpoche introduces why it is important to learn the chanting, different lineages, the motivation for chanting, and how to set about learning the chanting. Rinpoche then begins teaching three different speeds of chanting to be used for the Guru Puja in the FPMT, from Refuge to the Invocation of the Merit Field (LC 1-17). Rinpoche's own chanting is presented here using two different sources: audio from the Light of the Path retreat in USA 2009 and video from the Lama Zopa Australia retreat in Bendigo 2014.

Click here to experience An Introduction to the Chanting Lineage of the Guru Puja.

Go to multimedia.lamayeshe.com to find the free collection of all LYWA multimedia titles.