Teaching on the ethical restraint that support our practice of joyous effort and meditative concentration.
Archive | June, 2017
Response to a student’s request for re-visiting a previous conference talk she gave on healing after the suicide of a loved one.
The meaning of loving kindness and compassion, and how we can practice them in daily life with a joyful mind.
A physics professor shares about her experience teaching Tibetan Buddhist nuns as part of the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative.
Geshe Chopa Tenzin Lhadron describes her journey from rural Ladakh with minimal opportunities for education, to become one of the first Tibetan Geshe-mas.
Geshe Chopa Tenzin Lhadron, one of the first female Tibetan Geshes, shares her thoughts on the purpose and practice of debate.
The need to dedicate merit for the flourishing of the teachings, the long life of our spiritual mentors, and our pure practice of the Dharma.
The way Lama Tsongkhapa found clarity on the Buddhas teachings through commentaries by Nagarjuna and Chandrakirti.
How Nagarjuna’s teachings on leadership and ethical conduct are relevant to today’s leaders and spiritual practitioners.
The hardships Buddha underwent to benefit sentient beings, and the powerful effect of contemplating the qualities of enlightened body, speech, and mind.