Geshe Damdul Namgyal guides a meditation on searching for the sense of "I" that inherently exists.
How to meditate on the breath and on the Buddha, and comments on Nagarjuna's commentary on the six perfections.
The version of the Tara sadhana used during the 2009-2010 Green Tara Winter Retreat along with a recorded guided meditation.
Although the Buddhist teachings have taken different forms, the traditions have much in common: a common heritage, shared goals, and similar practices.
The order in which we will realize and become the Three Jewels, and an analogy for the process of taking refuge.
How to have a balanced relationship with technology and not let it get in the way of connecting from the heart with others.
How to practice harmlessness and love through good ethical conduct, especially in terms of our speech.
The importance of developing convictional faith as the basis for our refuge in the Three Jewels, which is a long-term journey until awakening is attained.
How to meditate on the freedoms and fortunes of a precious human life to recognize our valuable circumstances and take full advantage of them.
How emptiness and dependent arising are mutually established, and how to posit that conventional and ultimate truths are one nature and different isolates.
How being kind to ourselves enables us to be kind to others, creating a win-win situation for everyone.
The importance of engaging in the four opponent powers as soon as we recognize that we have committed a negativity.
How to see our enemies and difficulties as precious opportunities to develop inner fortitude that can bear hardship and deal with it calmly.
Twenty ways to avoid nonvirtue and create virtue.