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Saka Dawa Celebration with Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Jampa

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Cittamani Tara Empowerment and Teachings by Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Jampa

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Cittamani Tara Empowerment and Teachings by Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Jampa

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2017 Global Kalachakra Tour Toronto, Canada: Perfection of Peace & Harmony in Shambhala

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Event Day 2: The Exceptional Kalachakra Path to Enlightenment: 2017 Global Kalachakra Tour Toronto, Canada:

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Event Day 3: How Kalachakra makes all Practices and Commitments Easy: 2017 Global Kalachakra Tour Toronto, Canada

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What the teachers say about restarting your Buddhist practice: overcoming obstacles, bringing back the enthusiasm, re-establishing faith and commitments
Video mantra chanting: Lama Tsongkhapa’s Migtsema wonderfully chanted by Yoko Dharma. Benefits: healing, compassion, metta, wisdom
Video teaching: Metta and Karuna, the “most important” Buddhist practices of Love and Compassion, from H.E. Zasep Tulku Rinpoche with Lama Tsongkhapa Migtsema mantra chanted by Yoko Dharma
Sacred outlook – Seeing beyond ordinary perception in modern culture, and American Buddhism
Why is pride a poison, and when can pride of accomplishment be considered a good thing? With full Ambattha Sutta “Pride of Birth and its Fall.”
Vajrasattva, the Great Purifyer, among the most powerful and profound healing and purifications techniques in Vajrayana Buddhism
Family lay Buddhism: What the Teachers Say about keeping motivated in your Buddhist Practice as parents — and coping with every-day family life in a modern stressful world
Reconnecting with nature to reboot our “spiritual self” activates a feeling of self-transcendence
Video: Buddhist Teachings on Ngondro, The Foundation Practices with Venerable Zasep Rinpoche
Kucchivikara-vattha: The Monk with Dysentery (Sutra teachings) “If you don’t tend to one another, who then will tend to you?”
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