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Emptiness and how to realise it: Part 1 20 Wednesday Sep 2017 Posted by Karen in Uncategorized ≈ Leave a comment Transcribed from Chamtrul Rinpoche’s talks at the Lam Rim Centre Johannesburg South Africa 2017  Buddha Shakyamuni cultivated the mind of enlightenment before Mahashakyamuni Buddha three numberless eons ago and then he continuously accumulated merit and wisdom over this long time. Finally then Buddha Shakyamuni attained the state of complete Buddhahood under the bodhi tree in…

Emptiness and how to realise it: Part 1 20 Wednesday Sep 2017 Posted by Karen in Uncategorized ≈ Leave a comment Transcribed from Chamtrul Rinpoche’s talks at the Lam Rim Centre Johannesburg South Africa 2017 Buddha Shakyamuni cultivated the mind of enlightenment before Mahashakyamuni Buddha three numberless eons ago and then he continuously accumulated merit and wisdom over this long time. Finally then Buddha Shakyamuni attained the state of complete Buddhahood under the bodhi tree in…

Dedicated to the preservation and continuation of Tibetan Buddhism, Bodhicitta serves as the vehicle for the activities of Chamtrul Rinpoche.

Dedicated to the preservation and continuation of Tibetan Buddhism, Bodhicitta serves as the vehicle for the activities of Chamtrul Rinpoche.

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The Tibetan master Gampopa is famous for being the foremost student of Milarepa, the great yogi. He is unique in that he fused and combined the practice of mind training, which many of you know…

The Tibetan master Gampopa is famous for being the foremost student of Milarepa, the great yogi. He is unique in that he fused and combined the practice of mind training, which many of you know…

John Tarrant demystifies Zen koan practice. Yes, it’s paradoxical, poetic, and totally personal. And so is life.

How to Practice Zen Koans