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Blog: First Develop Love and Compassion For Yourself

Tibetan Exile Government’s main assembly. While we were talking, he suddenly said to someone in the room, “Don’t all our prayers begin with, ‘I and all sentient beings take refuge…

Blog: Ending Our Suffering As Our Spiritual Legacy

…many things, right? There was an interesting Tibetan poet, a very funny guy in the mid 1900s. In those days, Tibet was still completely closed. But this guy sneaked out…

Events and Courses: Lama Doboom Tulku Praise of Dependent Arising Teachings and White Tara Longevity Initiation (2019)

…to India in 1959, and lived in a monastic camp in West Bengal to continue his studies. At Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies then under the auspices of Sanskrit…

Events and Courses: 2019 Visiting Lamas Series

…will take place at Jewel Heart Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Center is conveniently located about 30 minutes by car from Detroit International Airport and has…

Blog: Why Buddhahood?

…trouble. Particularly on the spiritual path, the religions divide us so much. Particularly, if you make it very specifically for Buddhists, then you have Tibetan Buddhists, then Gelugpas, and then…

Blog: Enthusiasm vs Inferiority Complex

…no experience, nothing.” His answer to me was an old Tibetan saying: Chü che ka gye dang ka che ka go yung Walking into the river up to half your…

Blog: Learning – The Light That Clears Darkness

…on which you are meditating has to be wisdom. That wisdom is not going to come easily without learning. Traditionally, Tibetan teachings will say, “without hearing.” That doesn’t mean hearing…

Blog: Delam – Five day teaching – August 2012 Malaysia Lesson 22

The Tibetan word “teh jor” describes this preciousness as “leisure and richness.” Our richness is our oppotunity to accumulate merit, by practicing generosity and morality.

On Demand Audio: Delam – Five day teaching, August 2012 Malaysia Lessons 1-25

…human life. To motivate this awareness, consider that “I and all sentient beings have struggled so much, even in this one lifetime.” (11:23) Lesson 22 (21:38) Lesson 22 The Tibetan

Events and Courses: 2013 Green Tara Videos by Gelek Rimpoche (2018)

Green Tara Green Tara, the Tibetan Buddhist Buddha of enlightened compassionate activity, is a powerful feminine force known by many names throughout diverse spiritual traditions. Green Tara’s quick and fearless…

Events and Courses: 2018 Green Tara Summer Retreat Session 12

Guided meditation with Hartmut Sagolla on Green Tara practice, including 21 Praises in English and Tibetan, and Ah Seet singing Tara…

Transcripts: Green Tara

Green Tara, the Tibetan Buddhist Buddha of enlightened compassionate activity, is a powerful feminine force known by many names throughout diverse spiritual traditions. Green Tara’s quick and fearless ability to…

Blog: Ego-Less-Ness Is The Important Point

…ego’s object is again, the “me, me, me; my, my, my,” business. In Tibetan we call that dag dzin, “self-grasping.” The Buddha’s way of making himself free is defeating the…

Blog: True Spiritual Practice Begins Here

In Tibetan, the Sanskrit word dharma is translated as chö. That means “change or correction.” In other words, we are changing or correcting our negative addictions into a positive way…

Events and Courses: Garden Your Heart – Demo Rinpoche (2021)

Cultivate the garden of your mind, weed out negative emotions, and sow the seeds of enlightenment. Demo Rinpoche will draw on the vast teachings found in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition…

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