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Mysteries of Karmic Prana: A Path to Spiritual Balance

In the vast tapestry of spiritual practices, the concept of prana — the life force that permeates the universe — holds a central place. Among its various manifestations, one of the most intriguing is the notion of Karmic Prana, a potent force that underlies the consequences of our actions, both

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Short Biography Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche

Chagdud Rinpoche was born in Eastern Tibet in 1930, the son of Dawa Drolma, one of the re-nowned female lamas of that time. His mother was a famous delog, one who had died, traveled throughout the realms of samsara and the pure realms and returned to life. His father and stepfather

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Green Tara: Symbols, Mantra, Benefits, and Practices

Tara is an important figure in Buddhism and arguably the most beloved deity in Mahayana Buddhism, appearing as a female bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism and as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. “Tara” means “the liberator,” freeing us from ignorance, the root of cyclic existence, and from self-centered thought, which

What is Dzogchen

What is Dzogchen?

Dzogchen is primary taught in the Nyingma and Bön traditions in Tibet, and was later adopted into the various Kagyu schools and Gelug school as well. In the Nyingma classification system of nine vehicles of mind, it is known as atiyoga: the highest of the six tantra vehicles. Dzogchen can

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The Dalai Lama -The Bodhisattva of Compassion.

The Bodhisattva of Compassion has many different names. Guanyin in China, Kannon in Japan, Karunamaya in Nepal, Avalokiteshvara and Chenrezig in Tibet. Who Is The Bodhisattva of Compassion? The bodhisattva of compassion, has undergone many transformations over the centuries, adopting new qualities, names, and even a different gender (Even though

The Six Yogas Of Niguma

The Six Yogas of Niguma

In Tibet, there are actually two principal traditions of the Six Yogas, one attributed to Naropa and the other to Niguma. The Six Yogas of Niguma were transmitted in a vision directly through the female yogini Sukha Siddhi to the Tibetan poet and scholar-practitioner Khyungpo Nenjor, founder of the Shangpa

Mantra Of Vajrasattva

Mantra of Vajrasattva

100-syllable mantra of The Great Purifier Who is Vajrasattva? Vajrasattva is a Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism. The Vajrasattva practice is common for all four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism: Gelug, Kagyu, Sakya, Nyingma. Vajrasattva mantra recitation is the best-known of the purification mantras in Tibetan Buddhism. 100-syllable mantra Vajrasattva’s mantra

Mahamudra Meditation

Mahamudra Meditation

Mahamudra is one of the most advanced teachings of the Buddha. Mahamudra is composed of two Sanskrit words, maha, and mudra. Maha is easy to translate: it means “great” or “big.” Mudra has many different meanings: sign, symbol, gesture, seal, and so on. Mahamudra can be translated as “great seal,”,

Nature of reality

Nature of reality

By Nagarjuna Buddhists all agree that there is nothing in reality that is the basis of our sense of “I” and “mine.” They agree that it is our mistaken belief in the existence of something behind this sense of “I” and “mine” that brings about suffering. So they should all

The Bardo State

The Bardo State

The state in between Death and Life The bardo—or the “in-between”—has come to describe the transitional state between death and rebirth, but its qualities also characterize the gap arising between any two states. In fact, we live in a continuous bardo, forever suspended between past and future, although we seldom

The Ancient Religion of Tibet — Bön

The Ancient Religion of Tibet — Bön

Many people’s lives in Tibet are dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism, but why is Tibetan Buddhism so different from other forms of Buddhism? Mantras, Mandalas, flags. What is influenced Tibetan Buddhism was the ancient religion of Tibet Bön. What is it? It is characterized by mystic rituals, spells, sacrifices, and spirit

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