Tagged - Teaching

The essence of the teachings are continuously extracted into separate videos, most of which are available both as video only and as video with transcript overlay. You can find a complete list of these extract videos here, which allows you…

Nov
2016

When did Tibetan Buddhism come to the West? In 1958 Geshe Wangyal established a monastery in New Jersey where several of the first Americans to learn Tibetan studied in the 1960s. Sakya lama Dezhung Rinpoche arrived in the USA in…

Oct
2013

TEACHING June-July 2007 Khensur Rinpoche (Lobsang Tenzin) is one of the most respected scholar-adepts in the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism. He is a retired Abbot of Gyume Tantric Monastery in South India, thus conferring upon him the title of…

Sep
2013

A LETTER FROM RINPOCHE October-December 2008 Lama Zopa Rinpoche receives thousands of letters, and his patience and compassion in answering them is legendary. Rinpoche would like to share with all Mandala readers this one example of his correspondence: My most…

Sep
2013

TEACHING August-September 2008 Meditation. Why does Buddhism put so much emphasis on meditation? It’s because our mind is so gross and our memory so poor that we forget things easily and cannot recall our countless lives’ experiences. The purpose of…