The first verse of the First Dalai Lama’s poem on the “Eight Dangers.”
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.
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 hardships Buddha underwent to benefit sentient beings, and the powerful effect of contemplating the qualities of enlightened body, speech, and mind.
Emphasizing the importance of study and the way dependent arising can help us cultivate very firm compassion.
How the Buddha’s teachings are peerless due to conveying the wisdom of dependent arising that is not found in any other tradition.
Going beyond the views of lower Buddhist philosophical tenet systems that assert both dependent arising and inherent existence.
Dagri Rinpoche teaches on verses 15-21, on how dependent origination relates to our Buddha nature and the nature of the mind.