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Freedom of Mind to Become Spiritual We have the freedom to develop spiritually, regardless of others’ demands. the capacity of human mind is unlimited and therefore can achieve buddhahood. Buddhism

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Bodhimind as the gateway to Mahayana The distinction between Hinduism and Buddhism is not done on the basis of the dharma which one practices but on the basis of who…

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the Kindness of Denma Locho Rinpoche Greater compassion for all living beings is what distinguishes Mahayana Buddhism from the self-liberation vehicle. In this episode Gelek Rimpoche reviews the basics of…

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Reflections on Becoming a Tibetan Refugee On the anniversary of the 1959 Communist takeover of Tibet, recalling how non-violence, compassion, and other Tibetan Buddhist principles helped Tibet’s first generation of…

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A Brief History of the Tibetan Monlam Festival Since 1409, Tibetans have celebrated Monlam, the “magical month,” which is the first month in the Tibetan Calendar. Become a Subscriber: To…

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What is Buddhism? Understanding how to apply the base, path and result to our spiritual path. And a brief explanation of how learning, analyzing, and then meditating can help lead…

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What is Mahayana Buddhism? How the path of wisdom and compassion can bring us closer to our true selves, and ultimately result in the mind and body of an enlightened…

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Emptiness in Buddhism The goal of Mahayana Buddhism is total knowledge which is called Buddhahood or enlightenment. This includes not only education/knowledge but the quality of a person of being…

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Finding the Path of Practical Buddhism Suffering is within us and all around us. Yet Buddhism speaks of the joy that has never known suffering. What is this joy and…

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The Mental Faculty of Non-Violence Wishing for enlightenment is great motivation, but shouldn’t stop at only wishing. violence is a great obstacle to bodhimind, coming in many forms,…

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The Qualities of the Three Jewels of Refuge The goal of Mahayana is to achieve the total enlightenment of a Buddha – which includes the Sambogakaya quality of…

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Equanimity and Love Back from Netherlands, Rimpoche reviews Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, especially conscientiousness and awareness. Our addictions and stubbornness are the obstacles to making real changes. The…

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Mental Faculties of Concentration and Wisdom In this last talk of the year Rimpoche directs awareness to the main essence of spiritual practice: avoiding negativity, building positivity and…

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The Mahayana Path – from Theravada to Vajrayana Mahayana is based on Theravada principles like Four Noble Truths and 12 links of dependent origination. Wisdom is common to…

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Review of the 10 Instructions This talk is largely a recapitulation of previous weeks’ presentations on method and wisdom, the pervasiveness of the Two Truths (relative and absolute)…

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