This audiobook is a basic guide to the Tibetan Buddhist path ~ simple yet profound, intimate and immediate.
An audiobook and softcover book set of Chagdud
Rinpoche's overview of the profound methods of Vajrayana sadhana
An overview of the profound methods of Vajrayana sadhana practice.
An explanation of the Dudjom Tersar
Tara is the flawless expression of the unity of emptiness, compassion, and awareness.
The lifestories of Machig Labdron,
Yeshe Tsogyal, Mandarava, and Delog Dawa Drolma.
Our minds have the ability to create tremendous suffering, as well as the potential to experience true liberation.
An explanation of the invaluable tool of
This MP3 is Chagdud Rinpoche's intimate and powerful heart
advice to aspiring bodhisattvas.
Chagdud Rinpoche illuminates guru yoga through
these personal stories of his own teachers.
According to Sogyal Rinpoche, a relationship can become both
a cause and a part of our spiritual progress.
Sogyal Rinpoche offers advice for the moment of death,
unwelcome change, and serious illness.
The methods involved in these teachings on love and compassion by Khentrul Rinpoche are amazingly simple.
"Rest in natural great peace." Sogyal Rinpoche gives a brief teaching on the intent of these profound words.
Teachings by Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche to partake in a Red Vajrasattva drubchen or an extended retreat.
Chagdud Khadro speaks on the chageability and impermanence of our experience.
Chagdud Khadro discusses the way we are seduced by our negative emotions and how that causes us suffering.
Methods to transform a life lived in frantic alienation into one that expresses a compassionate and joyful connection.
In a warm, humorous manner, Lama Tsering discusses how to make relationships an important element of spiritual growth.
Teachings on the four noble truths and the four immeasurable qualities of love, compassion, joy, and equanimity.
An overview of Vajrayana practice as the arena whereby the
student-teacher relationship unfolds to produce spiritual
From her perspective as a mother and a lama, Lama Tsering offers advice on selfishness, materialism, discipline, TV, and death.
As is evident in our intimate relationships, we tend to
prioritize self over others to the detriment of this
Perceiving ourselves as separate from everything around us
is the fundamental mistake in our perception of reality.
Death is a doorway, an opportunity to realize and understand the true, pure nature of our mind ~ the very essence of our being.
Lama Tsering bases this traditional Buddhist introduction on
the qualities of love, compassion, joy, and equanimity.