On Demand Audio: Summer Retreat Cedar Lake – 1991

Gelek Rimpoche Summer Retreat Cedar Lake, July 1991

On Demand Audio: Love and Compassion Retreat – 1990

Gelek Rimpoche Love and Compassion Retreat Fenton, MI December 1990, 7 sessions

Retreats and Trips: Jewel Heart Joyful Summer Retreat with Demo Rinpoche

Enlightening our mind begins with understanding the relationship between our mind and our actions. In this retreat with Demo Rinpoche we will explore questions such as “What is the mind? Can we train the mind? How might that take shape? The Buddhist approach to training the mind includes stabilizing and analytical meditation practices focused on…
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Blog Posts: Q and A – Bodhimind and Helping Yourself

Audience: You talked about having love and compassion for enemies. What should you do if someone threatens you and others? Rimpoche: You could give them one of those martial arts kicks, but I think the appropriate thing would be to call the police, rather than taking the law into your own hands. You have to…
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Blog Posts: Something To Chew On

So, with this I have given you something to chew on. That’s the important point. With these things we are discussing, it is never enough to hear about it once. You have half- understood and half-not understood. You may think, “He has got an accent, and he said something, but I didn’t get it.” But…
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On Demand Audio: Bodhisattva’s Way of Life – Chapter 3

Gelek Rimpoche

On Demand Audio: Bodhisattva’s Way of Life – Chapter 2

Gelek Rimpoche

On Demand Audio: Bodhisattva’s Way of Life – Chapter 1

Gelek Rimpoche

Digital Dharma: Patience: The Antidote to Anger and Hatred – Demo Rinpoche Sunday Talk 14
Blog Posts: What Is Meditation On The Spiritual Journey?

Briefly speaking to practice Buddhism there are three things: learning, thinking – or contemplating – and meditating. Learning doesn’t mean to become a great scholar or teacher. At least, you have to know what you are doing. I just want to bring this up to date. One shouldn’t do what one doesn’t know. That’s very…
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