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How to Transform Sickness and Other Circumstances

Gyalsé Tokmé Zangpo set down these ways of transforming sickness and other circumstances into the spiritual path in response to a question from a Sakya geshé, asking what should be done in the event of sickness and other circumstances. Namo … Continue reading

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Five Pearls of Wisdom

I have compiled these five pearls of wisdom from the Tricycle site which covers Dharma Talks conveying the core teachings of Buddha applicable to our everyday lives. I hope you find them as inspiring as I have. What Really Matters We can’t live ethically … Continue reading

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Profound Advise from Buddha

This is what Buddha said to his disciples which may not be exactly translated but the core message is still there which can be applied to our everyday modern online connected world. Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, … Continue reading

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Buddhist Wisdom on Anger

I like this quote from Buddha on anger which is so profoundly true and appropriate to reflect upon our actions particularly anger in this case and you could replace an anger with hatred to get the same meaning. “Holding on … Continue reading

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Om Ma Ni Päd Me Hum

Om Ma Ni Päd Me Hum is the mantra made up of six syllables, which most Tibetan and Bhutanese people would chant everyday either quietly or sing out loudly, every opportune moment. This mantra although short and very easy to … Continue reading

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Lhabab Duchen – The Descending Day of Lord Buddha

This year on November 20th it is marked as Lhabab Duchen which is translated as the day when Buddha descended from the Heaven of Thirty-Three gods after he was begged to return to earth by one of his disciples. He … Continue reading

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The Parable of Bamboo Acrobats

This is the parable of two bamboo acrobats which Buddha addresses to his monks to outline the importance of mindfulness practice. The story vividly describes the role between the master and his assistance on how they should support each other … Continue reading

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