Each time we generate a realization in our mind, we have received a blessing
How Guru Shakyamuni guides sentient beings.
When we practice thought training, experiencing problems becomes a cause for finishing the results of negative karma
If there is no true cause of suffering, there is no reason why we should have to experience suffering or problems
His Holiness the Dalai Lama discusses a range of topics,including karma, other religions, depression, Buddhist tenets and the mind.
After attaining enlightenment, how Buddha began teaching the spiritual path to others, commonly known as turning the wheel of Dharma.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama responds to general questions about Buddhism from students at Tushita Meditation Centre, Dharamsala
Detailed instructions on the refuge preliminary practice, compiled and edited by Ven. Thubten Wongmo
Teachings prior to a refuge ceremony on topics including the suffering nature of samsara, refuge practice and precepts
Three discourses on how to subdue the mind and achieve enlightenment by practicing the graduated path (lamrim).
Excerpts from a book of teachings on the eight worldly dharmas, edited by Gordon McDougall.
Now available as an audiobook
With this human body we have the opportunity to practice virtue and abandon nonvirtue
We are under the control of karma and delusion and this keeps us circling in samsara
Four discourses, on topics including how to make life meaningful, the concept of true existence and renouncing desire