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In this month's podcast, Lama Zopa Rinpoche explains how the nature of our mind is the source of our freedom. It is simply a matter of gathering the causes and conditions to remove the temporary obscurations and reveal our mind of clear light. Like a stick hitting a gong, meeting a qualified teacher is essential to activate this potential for enlightenment. These teachings were given in Singapore in January 1993. You can listen to the podcast and read along with the transcript on our website.
ABOUT OUR MONTHLY PODCAST
LYWA publishes free digital audio in podcasts which you can download and listen to on your computer or portable device. The LYWA podcast contains hundreds of hours of audio, each with links to the accompanying lightly edited transcripts.
Visit the LYWA podcast page to browse the entire collection by topic or date, and for simple instructions on how to subscribe. iTunes, desktop software packages like Juice, and apps like Podbean, provide an easy way to search, organize and listen to podcasts.
If you subscribe to the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive podcast you will receive a new teaching about once a month. Our ;podcast is hosted at http://lamayeshewisdomarchive.blubrry.com, where you can find information about how to subscribe.
You can also search for our podcast in your favorite podcast software or app. Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive is listed on podcast services such as iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music Podcast Portal, TuneIn and others.
About Our Audio Recordings
The core of the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive is the collection of audio recordings of Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche dating back to 1971. The quality of the recordings varies, but as we prepare the teachings for online publication we will make the audio available on our website whenever possible.
Audio recordings available on our website can be found on our Teachings page. Simply click the box on the left that says "Teachings with audio." Where available, we have also included the unedited transcripts for ease of listening.
All audio recordings are in MP3 format. You can either download the file or listen via "streaming" without having to download the file. If the teaching on our website includes audio, the "Audio" link at the top of the page will launch an audio player that should work for you no matter what kind of computer you are using.
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