The Collected Works of Chögyam Trungpa: Volume 6

BOOK: The Collected Works of Chögyam Trungpa: Volume 6
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T
HE
C
OLLECTED
W
ORKS OF
C
HÖGYAM
T
RUNGPA

VOLUME ONE
Born in Tibet • Meditation in Action • Mudra
• Selected Writings
VOLUME TWO
Glimpses of Abhidharma • Glimpses of Mahayana • Glimpses of Shunyata • The Path Is the Goal • Training the Mind and Cultivating Loving-Kindness
• Selected Writings
VOLUME THREE
Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism • The Heart of the Buddha • The Myth of Freedom
• Selected Writings
VOLUME FOUR
The Dawn of Tantra • Journey without Goal • The Lion’s Roar
• An Interview with Chögyam Trungpa
VOLUME FIVE
Crazy Wisdom • Illusion’s Game • The Life of Marpa the Translator
(Excerpts) •
The Rain of Wisdom
(Excerpts) •
The Sadhana of Mahamudra
(Excerpts) • Selected Writings
VOLUME SIX
Glimpses of Space • Orderly Chaos • Secret Beyond Thought • The Tibetan Book of the Dead:
Commentary •
Transcending Madness
• Selected Writings
VOLUME SEVEN
The Art of Calligraphy
(Excerpts) •
Dharma Art

Visual Dharma
(Excerpts) • Selected Poems • Selected Writings
VOLUME EIGHT
Great Eastern Sun: The Wisdom of Shambhala • Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior
• Selected Writings

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF

CHÖGYAM TRUNGPA

VOLUME SIX

 

Glimpses of Space
Orderly Chaos: The Mandala Principle
Secret Beyond Thought
The Tibetan Book of the Dead: Commentary
Transcending Madness: The Experience of the Six Bardos
Selected Writings

EDITED BY

Carolyn Rose Gimian

SHAMBHALA • BOSTON & LONDON • 2010

Shambhala Publications, Inc.

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Boston, Massachusetts 02115

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© 2004 by Diana J. Mukpo

Introduction to Volume Six © 2004 by Carolyn R. Gimian

Frontispiece: Chögyam Trungpa at Karmê Chöling, ca. 1971. Photographer unknown. From the collection of the Shambhala Archives.

See the Sources section at the back of this book for a continuation of the copyright page.

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Trungpa, Chögyam, 1939–

[Works. 2003]

The collected works of Chögyam Trungpa / edited by Carolyn Rose Gimian; forewords by Diana J. Mukpo and Samuel Bercholz.—1st ed.

p.   cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

eISBN 978-0-8348-2155-2

ISBN 1-59030-025-4 (v. 1)

ISBN 1-59030-026-2 (v. 2)

ISBN 1-59030-027-0 (v. 3)

ISBN 1-59030-028-9 (v. 4)

ISBN 1-59030-029-7 (v. 5)

ISBN 1-59030-030-0 (v. 6)

ISBN 1-59030-031-9 (v. 7)

ISBN 1-59030-032-7 (v. 8)

1. Spiritual life Buddhism.   2. Buddhism—Doctrines.   I. Gimian, Carolyn Rose.   II. Title.

BQ4302.T7823    2003

294.3′420423—dc22       2003058963

CONTENTS

 

Introduction to Volume Six

 

T
RANSCENDING
M
ADNESS
: T
HE
E
XPERIENCE OF THE
S
IX
B
ARDOS

 

Acknowledgments
Editor’s Foreword

PART ONE
   
The Six States of Bardo: Allenspark, 1971

1. Bardo

2. The Six Realms of Being

3. The Bardo of Meditation

4. The Bardo of Birth

5. The Bardo of Illusory Body

6. The Bardo of Dreams

7. The Bardo of Existence

8. The Bardo of Death

9. The Lonely Journey

PART TWO
 
The Six States of Being: Karmê Chöling, 1971

1. Pain and Pleasure

2. The Realm of the Gods

3. The Jealous God Realm

4. The Human Realm

5. The Animal Realm

6. The Hungry Ghost and Hell Realms

7. The Sequence of Bardos

Appendix A   The Six States of Bardo
Appendix B   The Cycle of the Bardos
Notes

From
T
HE
T
IBETAN
B
OOK OF THE
D
EAD

 

Foreword
Commentary

O
RDERLY
C
HAOS
: T
HE
M
ANDALA
P
RINCIPLE

 

Editor’s Foreword

PART ONE
  
Mandala of Unconditioned Energy: Karmê Chöling, 1972

1. Orderly Chaos

2. The Razor’s Edge

3. The Portrait of Confused Mind

4. The Watcher’s Game

5. The Lubrication of Samsara

6. Totality

7. The Mandala of Unconditioned Being

PART TWO
    
Mandala of the Five Buddha Families: Karmê Chöling, 1974

1. The Basic Ground

2. The Birth of the Path

3. Instinct and the Mandala Perspective

4. Three Aspects of Perception

5. A Glimpse of the Five Buddha Families

6. Sambhogakaya Buddha

Notes

G
LIMPSES OF
S
PACE
: T
HE
F
EMININE
P
RINCIPLE AND
E
VAM

 

Editor’s Introduction

 

PART ONE
    
The Feminine Principle

TALK 1
: The Mother Principle

TALK 2
: Unborn, Unceasing

TALK 3
: Nature Like Sky

TALK 4
: Prajnaparamita

 

PART TWO
    
E
VAM

TALK 1
: Generations of Astronauts

TALK 2
: Vajra Question Mark

TALK 3
: Missing the Boat

TALK 4
: The Chicken and the Egg

TALK 5
: Small People with Vast Vision

TALK 6
: Wash Your Dishes and Take Off Your Roof

S
ECRET
B
EYOND
T
HOUGHT
: T
HE
F
IVE
C
HAKRAS AND THE
F
OUR
K
ARMAS

 

The Five Chakras

The Four Karmas

S
ELECTED
W
RITINGS

 

The Bardo (by Chögyam Trungpa and Rigdzin Shikpo)

Femininity

Glossary

Sources

Acknowledgments

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