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Advice to a YAMANTAKA Initiate

Oct 30, 2014
Advice to a YAMANTAKA Initiate

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Buddha has given many sets of teachings, and they compose of sutra and they compose of tantra. And the reason that Buddha gave the different types of teachings of sutra and tantra is to suit the different types of mental, karmic, environmental and time dispositions. So environmental, meaning place, time meaning...

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The Dying Process

Dec 29, 2013
The Dying Process

(By Tsem Rinpoche)  Listen or Download the audio teaching for The Dying Process: Download file   For more Dharma teachings, visit the Audio teaching page. Download Buddha images here!   Transcript: The Dying Process by Tsem Rinpoche I’m gonna go into brief about the mental process of death, in brief. We can learn it...

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Is it easy to give a talk?

Jan 22, 2013
Is it easy to give a talk?

Today, I received an update from some of my students that Bryan, one of my PO, gave a talk to the Chinese group during Kechara Sunday Service.

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