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Mind Creates Form: Khenpo Tenzin Norgay

Mind Creates Form: Khenpo Tenzin Norgay

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Khenpo Tenzin Norgay given at Kunzang Palyul Choling called “The Six Paramitas”

We are always concerned about our mind. We have the body, speech and mind, and according to our Buddhist teachings, we say that our mind is more powerful than our body and speech. [...]

Proper Conduct: Understanding the Source of Happiness

Proper Conduct: Understanding the Source of Happiness

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “The Lama Never Leaves”

Whenever we are on the path and we have a spiritual friend in the form of a teacher, whether it is on the earlier path of Theravadin Buddhism or whether we have a spiritual guru who is [...]

Astrology for 10/23/2014

10/23/2014 Thursday by Norma

People get serious and go underground to make policy. Don’t chase anyone who has disappeared from the scene, you’ll regret it. A decision has been made that generates new conviction, and the waffling has ended. Old issues are still being resolved, but with a different attitude. Things will be solved now, [...]

Astrology for 10/22/2014

10/22/2014 Wednesday by Norma

A last ditch diplomatic appeal comes today, and then things change. The attitude until now has been “it’s not a problem,” but tomorrow it’s different. Indecision is the major contributor, yours and other people’s. Widespread dissemination of information is critical to success. Tell everyone what is going on! A surprising defection [...]

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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