This multimedia presentation is based on a talk given by Lama Yeshe in Berkeley, California in 1983. The teachings are presented in a format that weaves together transcripts, video, audio and images.
Lama Yeshe articulates his far-reaching vision for universal education.
In two public lectures in California in July 1983, Lama Yeshe addressed the perils of the First Nuclear Age, exacerbated at that time by the Cold War and Americans' worries over the Soviet nuclear threat.
How to make eating the cause of enlightenment for oneself and all other sentient beings. Through the Mahayana practice of offering the food we eat, our lives become most beneficial, not only for ourselves but for all sentient beings.
A teaching on the significance of His Holiness' visit to Europe in 1982
How painful experiences help us develop a deeper understanding that is beyond the merely intellectual.
Archetypal images of enlightened beings symbolize wisdom and understanding, and give positive imprints to the mind
How to establish our motivation so each day is meaningful
Whenever we’re practicing Dharma in daily life, at that time we’re taking care of ourselves.
How to transform sleep into virtue by practicing the yoga of sleeping
We don't have to live in a hermitage to generate the realizations of the stages of the path to enlightenment
Subduing one's mind and practicing compassion is the essence of spiritual practice
The importance of putting effort into Dharma practice during and after the Kopan meditation course
How all our actions can become virtuous and we can accumulate merit