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An Atomic Bomb Against Ignorance

by Lama Zopa Rinpoche

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In this two DVD set, Lama Zopa Rinpoche takes us through the different Buddhist schools' views of what selflessness means and elucidates the subtle and precise distinctions of the Madhyamaka Prasangika view, the only understanding of selflessness that can forever and completely cut the root of samsara. This correct view is carefully and clearly explained in an experiential way for meditators to apply it directly to their meditation practice, and for practitioners to apply it to their daily life.
These teachings were given during a retreat session at the Lama Tsongkhapa Retreat held in Italy in September 2004. Viewers should be prepared that also on this DVD are a variety of prayers and practices that were performed during the course of the session.
This is a two-DVD set.

Note: Most DVD players sold in the last year will play both NTSC and PAL standards. The players that will definitely not play our NTSC DVDs are name brand machines (Panasonic, Sony etc ) that are older than 2 years. However all FPMT Education Department DVDs will play on any PC using SP updated Win XP or 2000, as well as on Mac using OS9 or beyond.For more information on DVD compatibility please click here.

We highly recommend to play this CD's on a VLC media player. It is a highly portable multimedia player supporting most audio and video formats from files, physical media (DVDs, VCD, Audio-CD), TV capture cards and many network streaming protocols. This software can be downloaded for free in the internet.
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