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Rebirth?

Rebirth?

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “AA & Buddhism”

Now why am I worrying about this? Am I thinking that maybe most of you in this room are alcoholics? Yes! Yes, I am. But maybe you don’t drink. Let’s see how that works.

In samsara, we have […]

Astrology for 3/30/2015

3/30/2015 Monday by Norma

Enthusiasm and decisive action have an impact on your situation today. A protector is here, a powerful force that is watching over you in all you do. Something is ending: let it go gracefully; wave goodbye and step into your new life. Venus in perfect aspect to Pluto allows transformation and […]

AA and Buddhism

AA and Buddhism

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “AA and Buddhism”

In our teaching today, strangely enough, I’m going to talk about alcoholism and addiction; but I’m not going to talk about alcoholism and addiction in a way that specifically is meant to treat or help a person who […]

Astrology for 3/29/2015

3/29/2015 Sunday by Norma

Happiness is here, and people are in tune with each other. Color, light and vibrancy are all- pervasive. Have a parade, a party, any function, and happiness ensues. Justified pride in your accomplishments characterizes the day. Compliment others and receive accolades. Jupiter, who lives to dole out your heart’s desire, is […]

Approaching the Dharma Like Children

An Excerpt from a teaching called Our Motivation Is For Those Who Have Hopes of Us by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo

I often make prayers that all of us will approach the Dharma like children. Because when we hold onto our own minds, our own self image, our intellectual prowess, we lose something. Our minds […]

How to use a Mala

 

Mala

About Malas

The meaning of the Sanskrit word “Mala” is “garland.” The word for Mala in Tibetan is Akshamala. For Buddhist practitioners a mala is considered an essential tool. Below is a brief explanation about Malas, their purpose, meaning, and use.

What is a Mala?

From a practical and outer point of […]

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