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Big Love Excerpt

Big Love, the long-awaited authorized biography of Lama Yeshe, provides an intimate portrait of not only FPMT’s founder, but of the earliest students that placed their trust in him. This excerpt is taken from the chapter chronicling Lama Yeshe’s activity ...

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Remembering the Kindness prayer by Lama Zopa Rinpoche

New prayer Remembering the Kindness of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan People by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. Also available as an A4 booklet in French.

Ian Green: Buddha’s Builder

Ian Green, a long-time student of both Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche, has served FPMT and the Dharma only in big ways: as a founder and director of Atisha Centre in Bendigo, Australia, as the chairman of various FPMT-related ...

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June 29 2011

June 29 2011

Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Khenrinpoche Lama Lhundrup at Kopan Monastery, Nepal. June 2011. (click on the picture to see a larger version)

Getting It Together in Nepal

Kopan Monastery, Nepal — June 29, 2011 From Ven. Roger: “I can’t move,” says Rinpoche. “Why?” asks the physiotherapist. “Ants! I will tread on the ants.” So starts the debate between Rinpoche and Rinpoche’s Nepalese physiotherapist, Rajesh: Rajesh doesn’t understand ...

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Move, Breathe and Be Kind

Wendy Cook, a student of FPMT since the late 1980s and former director of Kurukulla Center in Massachusetts, USA (among other positions within FPMT), generously offers “Move, Breathe and Be Kind” to help students connect with their bodies and minds ...

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Anger Always Hurts Me

Jan Willis uses Shantideva’s Bodhicaryavatara and her experience in the Civil Rights Movement to discuss anger – the negative emotion that “is by far the most dangerous for it not only causes much harm to others; it is perhaps most ...

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June 23 2011

Dear friends, Rinpoche is doing well and still in Nepal. Rinpoche is walking without aid now though someone has to walk close behind in case Rinpoche stumbles. Rinpoche has to drag the right leg a little and use his hip ...

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Hurray!

On May 1, 2011, President Barack Obama informed the United States that Osama bin Laden had been killed. In “Hurray!” Sarah Shifferd reflects on the event, its relationship to the terrorist attacks in New York on September 11, 2001, and ...

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Buddhism in the Trenches

Molly Fitzgerald, an FPMT student who works extensively in the criminal justice system in Ohio, USA, writes about how she applies Essential Education’s 16 Guideline to her professional life, particularly about how she shares the 16 Guidelines with her clients ...

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Morning Intention and Breath Counting with Children

Pam Cayton shares two meditation practices that have been practiced at Tara Redwood School, but can be adapted to various settings and for all age groups. From Mandala July-September 2011.

Protection from Radiation

One serious result of the tsunami that hit Japan in March 2011 was the damage to several nuclear reactors. Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave a list of advice for those concerned about the effects of radiation. From Mandala July-September 2011. One ...

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