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Teachings For The Layman Buddhist (Letter To A Friend) Part 3/5 by Yulting Tulku Rinpoche

Teachings For The Layman Buddhist (Letter To A Friend) Part 3/5 by Yulting Tulku Rinpoche

– So good evening everybody. I hope that you are not so tired. So, yesterday, no day before yesterday we were going through the Nagajurna’s verses and we were talking about patience, right? We were talking about patience, so, how… Continue Reading

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Presentation about Relational Mindfulness Training at ECP 2017 (Marek Vich)

Presentation about Relational Mindfulness Training at ECP 2017 (Marek Vich)
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Buddhist Mindfulness #21 Transformation

Buddhist Mindfulness #21 Transformation

It’s a very good point you are making about, who do you talk to, what kind of relationships do you have after you have found out the true nature of life, because it does change things doesn’t it? Oh yes!… Continue Reading

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Body Scan: A Relaxation Response 舒展身心基本打坐法

Body Scan: A Relaxation Response 舒展身心基本打坐法

Sit with dignity and majesty. Close your eyes or have your eyes downcast 端然正坐。闔眼或垂眼。 if you like. take a few deep breaths from your lower belly, it’s this particular 深呼吸幾次。從丹田吐納。 spot two or three fingers below the navel and two… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #19 Meditation & Thinking

I think it is part of getting onto the path, or being ready for the path, is that idea that, you just cannot think your way through things. Not this anyway. It is just another thought you are having. But… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #32 Renunciation

We talked about being a monk involving renunciation. Of the ten perfections (pāramī) it’s probably the one I find the most difficult. In terms of something like truthfulness is easy to understand that it has immediate beneficial results and you… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #37 The “Big Bang” is happening now

Can you say then, that the world is ultimately dissolving, moment by moment? Yes, the conventional way of seeing the world – you don’t lose that through insight practice, but you recognize that it is entirely conceptual. We do not… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #30 The Bliss of Recluseship

There is a certain view isn’t there, that to become a monk is to escape from the world? People are doing it from a contracted, a fearful way of escaping life. Which I know it isn’t. Oh, it is. Okay,… Continue Reading

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American Buddhist Reactions to Loving Kindness – Sharon Salzberg

I know now that you have come back to Tibetan teachers and practices as well, and that, you know, you are deeply involved with both. How did that happen that you came back to get re-engaged with Tibetan traditions and… Continue Reading