Digital Dharma: Jataka Tales: Just a Bit of Gruel – Demo Rinpoche Sunday Talk 81
Digital Dharma: Jataka Tales: The Two Swans – Demo Rinpoche Sunday Talk 80
Events and Courses: Anne Waldman – Dharma Gaze (2021)

“Dharma Gaze” is a personal experiential and literary account of the power and presence of dharma in Anne Waldman’s own life with explication and some readings from her own poetry. There are references to resonances in poetry, in life, in experiences with teachers such as Geshe Wangyal whom she first met in the early 1960’s….
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Blog Posts: The Brahmin Student – from Jataka Tale #12

Among the mental faculties as part of your mind, there are two roots for virtuous minds. These are in Tibetan ngo tsa she pa and trel yö pa. [The first] means your ability to feel embarrassed to do non-virtuous deeds by yourself. You are feeling hesitant to do it, not by the reason of others…
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Digital Dharma: Jataka Tales: The Brahmin Student – Demo Rinpoche Sunday Talk 79
Digital Dharma: Jataka Tales: The Beggar Wants An Eye – Demo Rinpoche Sunday Talk 78
Web Page: In Commemoration of Gelek Rimpoche

Photos from The Gelek Rimpoche Foundation Archive Gelek Rimpoche — 1939-2017 Put cursor over player window and click speaker icon if sound is not playing.

Digital Dharma: Jataka Tales: A Question of Anger – Demo Rinpoche Sunday Talk 77
Events and Courses: Introduction to Vajrayana – Geshe Yeshe Thabkhe

What is vajrayana and how does it differ from other Buddhist teachings? Geshe Yeshe Thabkhe, the pre-eminent Buddhist scholar, explains this form of practice (also known as tantra) and what it entails. This teaching is aimed at those who are new to vajrayana or need clarification. It is particularly relevant for those interested in attending…
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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 to celebrate the awakening mind of spring. The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness. – His Holiness the Dalai…
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