VIDEO Shanglon Mudra part I

Recording from the teaching. Pema Rigzin.  The nature and meaning of the mudra.




Mudra ( / muˈdrɑː / ( listen); Sanskrit: मुद्रा, IAST: mudrā, “seal”, “sign” or “gesture”; In Tibetan: ཕྱག་རྒྱ་, THL: chakgya ,) is a symbolic or ritual gesture or posture in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. Although some mudras cover the whole body, most are carried out with hands and fingers.


The first part of the teachings, in which Drubpön Frederico Trancoso explains the nature and meaning of the mudra, is based on the practice text of Tibetan Medicine Teaching Protector Shanglon Dorje Düdül Torma Offering by Terdag Lingpa

Length 2:23

The teachings are in English.