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We have a new wide-format White Tara practice text for our online group that meets on Saturdays. Visit our teaching schedule page to learn how to register for this class and all of our online events. We hope you will join us to listen, contemplate, and meditate upon the Dharma.
Guru Pema Gyalpo is one of the eight manifestations of Guru Rinpoché. As a result of his teachings in Uḍḍiyāna, the king, queen and others attained realization and the rainbow body. At that time, he was known as Padmarāja, the lotus king, or Guru Pema Gyalpo in Tibetan.
Khenpo Sherab Sangpo will give teachings on Sachen Kunga Nyingpo’s “Parting from the Four Attachments” starting on March 6, 2021.
I hope this new year of the ox brings you many blessings and joy. This is a good year to practice Avalokiteśvara. Therefore, I am sharing one of my favorite paintings of him and my calligraphy of his six-syllable mantra.
Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor of Tibetan Buddhism in the Nyingma Lineage, began on January 9, 2021, a series of four teachings and guided meditation on Gampopa’s prayer, The Four Dharmas of Gampopa.
See the “Prayer to Noble Avalokiteshvara” by Thangtong Gyalpo that Khenpo Sherab Sangpo taught on November 21, 2020.
Listen to essential teachings on Buddhist philosophy and meditation in an audio format via our BodhiHeart Podcast with Khenpo Sherab Sangpo.
Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor of Tibetan Buddhism in the Nyingma Lineage (bodhicittasangha.org), offers essential teachings on Patrül Rinpoché’s criteria for benefitting beings in this series of four retreat videos.
Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor of Tibetan Buddhism in the Nyingma Lineage, offers teachings on mind training (lojong) from the Kadampa master, Geshe Langri Thangpa (1054-1123), via the profound text, Eight Verses for Training the Mind.
Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor of Tibetan Buddhism in the Nyingma Lineage (bodhicittasangha.org), offers teachings on how to relax our mind and to recognize its innermost nature through teachings on three types of meditation: 1) renunciation mind to lessen our clinging to permanence (permanent self or phenomena); 2) bodhicitta mind to lessen our selfishness and to increase our great love for all beings; and 3) dzogchen mind to recognize the true nature of mind by cutting the root of our ignorance.
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