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jessicorvus:

"I shall prostrate to the new moon and not to the full moon.” -Buddha Shakyamuni

jessicorvus:

"I shall prostrate to the new moon and not to the full moon.” -Buddha Shakyamuni

(Source: freehughippie)

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tzillah:

This is my dear friend Phunrab, an American Buddhist monk, who thinks Wil Wheaton has the essence of Buddhism down in this succint and inspirational quote.

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thejewelofexperience:

Shar Gaden

thejewelofexperience:

Shar Gaden

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thejewelofexperience:

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso 

Happy birthday Geshe-la!

thejewelofexperience:

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso 

Happy birthday Geshe-la!

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kmctexas:

Good morning, Tumblr!

Buddhist monk Kelsang Phunrab contemplates the good merit of keeping a happy mind, even if it is Monday.

A good friend of mine :)

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kmctexas:

Our resident teacher, Gen Jampa, giving a talk at the US festival this week.

We are so fortunate to have had the opportunity to find Kadam Dharma. It has certainly changed my life for the better. Thank you Geshe-la for bringing this practical and helpful Buddhadharma to the USA and throughout the West.

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self-assassin:

Song Rinpoche ~ The great Tibetan master and practitioner of the wisdom Buddha Dorje Shugden.

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Check out this TEDx video from 2012 where Gen Jampa guides a meditation practicing mindfulness on the breath. If you want to learn about practicing mindfulness in busy daily life, attend the FREE public talk at the Dallas Museum of Art on Saturday, January 25th at 2:00 PM http://youtu.be/fz57mdSPgMI

Je Tsongkhapa lived in Tibet from 1357 to 1419. When he was born, special signs showed he was Buddha Manjushri appearing in the world again. Later, people understood that he held in his heart the wisdom, compassion and spiritual power of all the Buddhas. Guru Tsongkhapa had miracle powers, but he never used them in public or acted high or special. He was always seen to be humble, showing a perfect example of a Buddhist monk, and giving pure and clear Dharma teachings to help everyone. Through Je Tsongkhapa’s kindness we have Buddha, Dharma and Sangha in our life today. There is no one kinder than our Guru, Je Tsongkhapa!

Je Tsongkhapa lived in Tibet from 1357 to 1419. When he was born, special signs showed he was Buddha Manjushri appearing in the world again. Later, people understood that he held in his heart the wisdom, compassion and spiritual power of all the Buddhas. Guru Tsongkhapa had miracle powers, but he never used them in public or acted high or special. He was always seen to be humble, showing a perfect example of a Buddhist monk, and giving pure and clear Dharma teachings to help everyone. Through Je Tsongkhapa’s kindness we have Buddha, Dharma and Sangha in our life today. There is no one kinder than our Guru, Je Tsongkhapa!