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On Demand Audio: Understanding the Two Truths

…Jewel Heart in Ann Arbor, MI on September 15 and 16, 2012. In Buddhism, existence can be understood as both relative and absolute. The relative truth is how we usually…

Blog: Gain A Little Control Of Your Mind

…through with my future life. You will be the one going through your own future life. So that’s why the benefit of doubt must be given. As a Tibetan Buddhist…

Events and Courses: H.E. Dagyab Rinpoche Public Teaching New York

…1964 to 1966, he directed Tibet House in New Delhi, an internationally recognized institute for the preservation and support of Tibetan culture. E. Dagyab Rinpoche came to Germany in 1966…

Events and Courses: Green Tara – Lesson 1

Rimpoche introduces Tara, and specifically the 21 Praises of Green Tara, as a time-honored practice used by generations of Tibetan monks as well as lay people of all social classes….

Events and Courses: A Concise Intro to Classical Indian Philosophy

  Introduction to Classical Indian Philosophies: An Orientation for Students of Vajrayāna and Mahāyāna Buddhism Presented by David Mellins, PhD Thursdays, 7 – 8:30pm April 9, 16, 23, 30, May…

Events and Courses: Vajrayana Initiations & Teachings

Tibetan culture. H.E. Dagyab Rinpoche came to Germany in 1966 in response to an invitation from Bonn University to work as a Tibetologist at its Institute for Central Asian Studies….

Events and Courses: Taking Weaknesses as Strengths

TAKING WEAKNESSES AS STRENGTHS with Glenn Mullin The Indo-Tibetan tradition of Lojong, or “mind transformation,” is a basic foundation in all schools of Central Asian Buddhism, from Bhutan and Ladakh…

Blog: We Continue

After being taught by some of the greatest teachers in Tibet, fleeing into India having memorized some of the most important works of Tibetan culture and Buddhist writing, through many…

Events and Courses: A Concise Intro to Classical Indian Philosophy

  Introduction to Classical Indian Philosophies: An Orientation for Students of Vajrayāna and Mahāyāna Buddhism Presented by David Mellins, PhD Thursdays, 7 – 8:30pm April 9, 16, 23, 30, May…

Blog: Following A Tradition With A Lineage And 29th Day Soup

…you can make hodge-podge out of everything. In the Tibetan culture we have something interesting. It takes place two days before New Year. We make soup that is a mixture…

Blog: Lesson 14 – Foundation of All Perfections

…people, Buddhist or non-Buddhist. And when we act out of love and compassion rather than negative emotions, the possibility of causing harm is greatly reduced. Dharma in Tibetan is Ch,…

Transcripts: Guru Devotion – Uncommon Teachings

…the original Tibetan text as well as a meaning commentary that explores the primordial mind in great depth and at the same time elaborates on the practice of guru yoga…

Transcripts: Stupa Consecration

…the Buddha or, in the Tibetan tradition, great lamas.  When Buddha Shakyamuni was about to pass away, his assistant, Ananda, asked him how to handle his relics. Since Buddha Shakyamuni…

Blog: Is Reality Reliable?

…any other reliable, direct mind, that confirms it is reliable and non-cheating. This is one of the five most important subjects we study in the Tibetan monasteries. In Sanskrit it…

Blog: Who Is Green Tara?

…is often referred to as blue in Tibetan. It’s not that Tibetans are color-blind, but all the green traffic lights are called blue lights. In English, is it a green…