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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…

Blog: An Introduction To Tibetan Buddhism [VIDEO]

…you can overcome suffering, that you can get rid of suffering once and for all. That is really true Buddhism. ~ Gelek Rimpoche, Jewel Heart Northern Michigan, June 3, 2011…

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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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Mental Faculty of Contact After reviewing the recent Jewel Heart pilgrimage to Ladakh, Rimpoche talks about the difference of practicing Buddhism as lay people and monks and nuns. As monks…

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Avoiding Negativities Buddhism in a nutshell is avoiding negativities, building positivities and taming the mind. If not purified negativities make us suffer, in the long run leading to birth in…

Tibetan Buddhism Talks: Tibetan Buddhism with Gelek Rimpoche 13

…path to Buddhahood, which is clearing all obstacles and building positivity. Earlier great masters made great sacrifices to bring pure Buddhism to China, Tibet. Video and audio players remember last…

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…change from negative emotions to positive emotions. Non-violence is a hall mark of Buddhism. Violence brings only more violence. Buddha taught Four Noble Truths to point out how we suffer,…

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Two Conditions for Positive Development According to a Tibetan prayer, “Equality is like the ground and now you need the moisture of love.” Not ordinary love afflicted with self-interest, but…

Blog: Three Points From Atisha

…experienced and what the early Indian masters practiced. Finally, they got this Bengalese guy, Atisha, who also happened to be a prince first. That master started the pure Tibetan Buddhism….

Blog: Guests / New to Jewel Heart

…Jewel Heart is dedicated to the teaching, practice and preservation of Tibetan Buddhism, and carries on the living tradition of Tibetan Buddhism in the West, with a particular emphasis on…

Blog: Where Do We Begin Our Meditation?

…Truths.” When you want to know something deeper in Tibetan Buddhism I think that we should really begin with the Four Noble Truths. That is how Buddha first taught. This…

Events and Courses: GOM – A Day of Meditation (2021)

…Gelek Rimpoche in 1984 and has been studying Tibetan Buddhism for over 30 years. He lived at the Tibetan Buddhist Society, Melbourne, Australia before moving to the U.S. and since…

Events and Courses: Transforming Minds

…spiritual quest, beginning early on with visionary experiences involving the 19th century English mystic and poet, William Blake, ultimately evolved into a deep commitment to and practice of Tibetan Buddhism

Events and Courses: 37 Bodhisattva Practices – Geshe Yeshe Thabkhe (2021)

…of scholarship conferred within the Geluk School of Tibetan Buddhism. He is Professor Emeritus of Buddhist Philosophy at the Central University of Tibetan Studies, the only Tibetan university in India….

Events and Courses: About Gelek Rimpoche

…would share the great wisdom of Tibet with the outside world. In this and other ways, he played a crucial role in the survival of Tibetan Buddhism. He was director…