FPMT News

Our main aggregated news feed contains articles from all of our news categories.

Subscribe to FPMT Latest News

 

Narrow your results

Training for Buddhahood

In Training for Buddhahood Ven. Tenzin Chonyi talks about the lam-rim, the genre of Tibetan Buddhist literature the serves as a step-by-step manual for spiritual and psychological development. “If you want to become an Olympic athlete,” Ven. Tenzin Chonyi points ...

read full article »

Traditional Herbal Remedies for Meditator’s Disease

Traditional Herbal Remedies for Meditator’s Disease

FPMT News Around the World Are you curious about Tibetan medicine and astrology? Men-Tsee-Kang, the Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute, was established in Tibet by the 13th Dalai Lama in 1916 and reestablished in 1961 by the 14th Dalai Lama ...

read full article »

Osel Hita Advises Harmony Starts with the Self – Listen Online!

Osel Hita Advises Harmony Starts with the Self – Listen Online!

FPMT News Around the World “The first step for harmonious communities is to be aware of your own actions and thoughts,” Osel Hita told a group of students in April 2012. A 50-minute recording of the talk is now available ...

read full article »

Choosing a Life Without Attachment, An Interview with His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Dr. Renuka Singh interviews His Holiness the Dalai Lama for her book Women Reborn. In it, His Holiness discusses his greatest spiritual accomplishments and struggles, celibacy, and separating from his mother at a young age, among other topics. From Mandala ...

read full article »

Helping Others with a Good Motivation is Dharma Practice

As president of the Tibetan Women’s Association, Rinchen Khadro was the inspiration and energy behind many of the social welfare projects to help the Tibetan refugee community in India. American nun Ven. Thubten Chodron talked to Rinchen Khadro (in October ...

read full article »

Kadampa Center’s Stupa Takes Shape

Kadampa Center’s Stupa Takes Shape

FMPT News Around the World Kadampa Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, is making impressive strides with its project to build a new Kadampa stupa. The center reports, “For two months, we had been designing and building all the remaining concrete ...

read full article »

Home Truths: July-August 1998

Adèle Hulse remembers some of the experiences that her son T.Y. had early on as a young resident of a Dharma center, concluding that ultimately her wish is to let him “find his own way in Buddhism.” From Mandala July-August ...

read full article »

Interest in Meditation Continues to Spread

Interest in Meditation Continues to Spread

FPMT News Around the World It’s no surprise that meditation continues to draw the media’s attention. More and more, its positive effects on the mind and body are being documented by scientists and its techniques are being taught in clinical ...

read full article »

Altruism versus Co-dependency

How do we maintain a selfless attitude without falling into the co-dependent, helper/enabler syndrome – especially when complicated by low self-esteem issues? This is how Tubten Pende responded. From Mandala August-September 2006.

Countering Violence in Colombia

Read interviews with two amazing Colombian youths that are a part of Children’s Movement for Peace, nominated in both 1998 and 1999 for a Nobel Peace Prize. Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Ven. Roger Kunsang met the five teenagers chosen to ...

read full article »

Rediscovered: Early Footage of FPMT in Mongolia

FPMT News Around the World Ganden Do Ngag Shedrup Ling Director Massimo Corona reports the recent uncovering of a VHS tape from a decade ago, featuring the former CEO of FPMT Mongolia Ueli Minder and Thubten Gyatso (Dr. Adrian Feldmann). ...

read full article »

120 Yaks Saved in Nepal!

120 Yaks Saved in Nepal!

Animal Liberation Fund helped saved the lives of 120 yaks that were going to be killed in Nepal in 2011. December 2011: Geshe Jinpa from Kopan Monastery arranged for 120 yaks that were going to be killed to be purchased ...

read full article »