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The Power of Habit: A Book Review

Feb 8, 2018
The Power of Habit: A Book Review

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Niral Patel) Self-help books are a dime a dozen these days. As soon as you walk into a bookstore or want to buy an eBook online, you are bound to come across the self-help section, also known as ‘popular psychology’ or ‘general psychology’. It is something unavoidable in this...

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The One Minute Method for Overcoming Laziness

Jan 19, 2017
The One Minute Method for Overcoming Laziness

Dear friends around the world, Those who know me will know that I have always liked Japan. It is a country that I find to be very peaceful, neat and safe. I love Japanese architecture and the small quaint towns there. No matter how rural or small, Japanese villages are very aesthetically pleasing, timeless...

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Quit Smoking the Buddhist Way

Oct 13, 2016
Quit Smoking the Buddhist Way

(By Tsem Rinpoche) I am happy to see how, more and more, Buddhism is being applied and used in so many diverse platforms and industries these days. Schools are infusing Buddhism into its students’ daily lives by having meditation classes and substituting detention with meditation sessions. And what’s amazing is that they have noticed...

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Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them

Jan 24, 2016
Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them

I studied Business Administration in university. At that time, which was about 23 years ago, it was the most common degree, especially with Asian students. How time flies… Anyway, during the course of my degree, I studied Psychology as one of my general requirement classes. To my surprise, I enjoyed that class very much,...

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The Queen Turns Red…

Mar 4, 2012
The Queen Turns Red…

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear everyone, I have loved beautiful art both spiritual and secular since I was very young. I really like Tibetan Buddhist iconography. It is so meaningful and has tremendous blessings. Every part of their holy body, color, gesture, stance, expression of any Buddha statue represents a facet of the Enlightened mind…so viewing...

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