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Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 67

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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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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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 Meaning of Refuge In Abhisamayalankara’s 10 instructions, the basis on which you conduct your spiritual practice is developing refuge in the Three Jewels. Taking refuge is more than just…

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Distinguishing Mahayana from Theravada; plus: a visit from the Loseling monks Samsara as the continuation of contaminated identity. The sufferings of birth sickness old age and death. The physical aspects…

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Nature of Mind Is mind or matter more important? What is the difference between brain, mind and soul? Mind is intangible, free flowing. Important to understand because principal mind almost…

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How Asanga brought Mahayana teachings to Tibet How the two great early Indian masters, Asanga and Nagarjuna, learned directly from Maitreya, the Buddha of Compassion and Manjushri, the Buddha of…

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The Qualities of the Sangha An authentic member of sangha has one or more of the eight qualities of recognizing/realizing either the state of realization or the state of cessation….

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Mental Faculty of Equanimity The mental faculty of equanimity is an equally balanced mind, enjoying the lack of influence of negative emotions. It leads to very strong concentration, one of…

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