Source of Mahamudra Program Resources

How to Live Stream or Watch Recordings

Watch the event live or at your convenience. The first time you watch the live stream, we recommend you sign in 10 minutes before the talk.
  1. Log in to your account on
  2. Once logged in, you will be on your personal Wisdom Productions page. Click on “My Orders” located on the top left of the screen next to the Wisdom Productions logo.
  3. Next page: Click on the Order Code which is a series of capital letters and numbers.
  4. Next page: This leads you to the “Live Streaming” page. Click “Open” to go to the next page.
  5. Next page: Click on the talk you will be listening to.
  6. Recordings will be posted a few hours after the talk and will be available until September 19, 2022.

Please note: If you log in early, you may need to reload the viewing page in order to start the live stream at the designated start time.

Technical Trouble?

If you have a technical question or problem, please visit this page to get support.

Study and Practice Resources

The text for the program, Buddha Nature, is available in multiple formats through Shambhala Publications. Click here to order.

Year Five

Each year of this program is largely self-contained. It is helpful, but not absolutely necessary, to be familiar with the teachings from 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.
If you’d like to purchase these recordings, please visit

Wisdom Productions Audio-Video Study Set

The 2022  Source of Mahamudra teachings are offered both as a live streaming event and as a Wisdom Productions Audio-Video Study Set. The Study Set provides complete access to the teachings for self-paced contemplation and review. The four talks on recorded video will be available for viewing on our Wisdom Productions site for one year from the date of posting shortly after the live event. The audio recording is downloadable and is yours to enjoy indefinitely. This is a wonderful opportunity for students whose schedules limit participation. You can purchase it here.

Tibetan Terms

This document has a list of the Tibetan terms that Rinpoche used in talks from years 1-3. It was compiled by Khenchung Greg Seton.

To access the live document of Tibetan terms used by Rinpoche in this year’s program click here.


Click here to download the chants used at the opening and closing of each day.

Meditation Schedule

Saturday and Sunday: 9:00-9:30am MDT/11:00-11:30am EDT
Click here to connect to our Zoom Meditation Sessions

Discussion Groups

On Saturday and Sunday from 1:30-2:30pm MDT/3:30-4:30pm EDT, Pema Osel’s senior students will be hosting Zoom discussion groups. You are welcome to join us to discuss the teaching.
Click here to join the discussion groups.

  • We will also put the Zoom link in the chat section of each morning’s live stream talk.
  • We ask that you please be prompt and give yourself 10 minutes before the start time to make sure that you are able to connect to Zoom.

Please note: In order to use Zoom on your device, you will need to download the Zoom application beforehand.

Program Schedule

Times are in Mountain Daylight Time and Eastern Daylight Time. Click for time zone converter.
Mountain Daylight Time

Saturday, September 3
9:00-9:30am MDT Meditation
10:00am-12:00pm MDT Talk 1
1:30-2:30pm MDT Discussion Groups
3:00-5:00pm MDT Talk 2

Sunday, September 4
9:00-9:30am MDT Meditation
10:00am-12:00pm MDT Talk 3
1:30-2:30pm MDT Discussion Groups
3:00-5:00pm MDT Talk 4

Eastern Daylight Time

Saturday, September 3
11:00-11:30am EDT Meditation
12:00-2:00pm EDT Talk 1
3:30-4:30pm EDT Discussion Groups
5:00-7:00pm EDT Talk 2

Sunday, September 4
11:00-11:30am EDT Meditation
12:00-2:00pm EDT Talk 3
3:30-4:30pm EDT Discussion Groups
5:00-7:00pm EDT Talk 4

How to Offer a Teacher’s Gift

Traditionally a monetary offering is made at the end of a program, presented directly to the teacher in an envelope along with a khata, or white scarf.

We acknowledge the tendrel or auspicious connection that this creates and want to provide a pathway for those who wish to participate.

You are welcome to send a check to the address listed. Please ensure that the check is made out to Kongtrul Jigme Namgyel, with “Source of Mahamudra teacher offering” in the memo line.

Mailing Address:
Mangala Shri Bhuti
PO Box 4088
Boulder, CO, 80306

If you have a PayPal account, you are welcome to make an offering directly.


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