The meaning of Dharma and how to practice is explained by Lama Zopa Rinpoche
Written for the newsletter of the Australia Tibet Council
Impressions of Tibet from a 1995 visit, which included pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash, Lake Mansarovar and other sacred sites.
Identifying the cause of suffering and how to end it
Prayer for Peace by the Great Yogi Tang Tong Gyalpo
Advice about how to respond to news of war
A talk on the need for a greater sense of human community in order to bring about peace in our world
A talk on how compassion and universal responsibility lead to a peaceful world
A message from His Holiness for the turn of the century
How we can practice Dharma, the true cause of happiness, twenty-four hours a day.
Compassion as the core value of all the world's religions
This teaching came from Silent Mind, Holy Mind, a collection of talks given by Lama Yeshe at Kopan Monastery at the end of one of the month-long Kopan Meditation Courses.
Lama Yeshe discusses how to practice Dharma in everything we do.
Advice on a range of current issues, including war and conflict, recession, natural disasters, climate change and legal proceedings.
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