Lama Yeshe: Acting in the Middle Path
In this excerpt from the 30th Kopan Course, Lama Zopa Rinpoche discusses bodhicitta, the determination to achieve enlightenment for all sentient beings
In this video, Lama Zopa Rinpoche reminds us to practice contentment and to bring happiness to others instead of harming them.
A brief overview of the path to enlightenment, as taught and followed by most of the Tibetan schools of Buddhism. This outline was written by Nicholas Ribush as the Preface for the book Teachings from Tibet.
This excerpt is from an introductory talk given to Western students who had traveled to Bodhgaya to receive the Kalachakra initiation from His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche explains how freedom from the eight worldly concerns creates real peace, in this teaching excerpt from the Fourth Kopan Meditation Course.
A talk by Tenzin Ösel Hita on unconditional love and how to practice Dharma.
This multimedia title presents Lama's teachings on the three principal aspects of the path: renunciation, bodhicitta and the right view of emptiness.
This book contains two teachings by Lama Yeshe. The first teaching is The Three Principal Aspects of the Path and the second teaching, Introduction to Tantra, comprises the first two lectures of a commentary on the Chenrezig yoga method.
A teaching at the tenth Kopan Course on the nature of samsara (cyclic existence) and how to develop renunciation.
Advice on how to help sick and dying people, and how to use the experience to develop renunciation.
In this excerpt from Kopan Course No. 27, Rinpoche explains that if our actions are done with renunciation, right view and bodhicitta, our lives become meaningful
Explaining how by overcoming attachment to ordinary pleasure, we open the way to the joy of inner liberation.
In this short teaching, Lama Zopa Rinpoche emphasizes the importance of renunciation, right view and bodhicitta
Renouncing the eight worldly dharmas brings real happiness and peace of mind