Chogyam Trungpa, video from Buddhist lecture, Karme Choling, 1973.
“Dharma Drive-in?” Looks like Dr. Jeremy Hayward, to me, in the convertible.
Trungpa Rinpoche’s talks always had long moments like this, particularly in the beginning—he was perfectly comfortable, unlike most of all of us, with space. It would shake out and sift down the nervousness disguised as humor, the anxiety disguised as eagerness. Then, just when you relaxed in an “out of it” kind of way, he’d pounce.
Amazing original video by J. Crow:
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche at Karme Choling Message of Milarepa Program 1973
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