Buddhist Philosophy

Tibetan Losar: New Year, New Habit!

The best way to welcome the New Year is to begin a new positive habit. In Tibetan, the word gom that we usually translate as “meditation”, more accurately means to “habituate” or “to become used to”. And that’s what a habit is—something we do easily and almost spontaneously.

Tibetan Medicine Basics
Medicine & Wellness

Tibetan Medicine Tools for Trying Times

During these stressful times, Tibetan Medicine may offer us some tools for bringing our body and mind into balance. Our sangha member and Dakini Doctor, Dr. Tawni Tidwell presented a video program at the Rubin Museum of Art in NYC in conjunction with the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in April 2020.Tawni shares very simple and practical practices that we can immediately implement into our daily routines. In these short videos, she gives us tools that are easy to follow and help us refresh our bodies and mind.

Maha Guru
Guru Rinpoche Day Teachings

Practice Advice from the Third Phakchok Rinpoche, Chöying Lhündrup, Part One

For today’s Guru Rinpoche day, I would like to share with you the first part of a poem by one of my previous incarnations, the 17th throne-holder of Kham Riwoché, the Third Phakchok Rinpoche, Chöying Lhündrup. This poem contains ten key points on how to practice the sublime way of the Dharma, from the foundational vehicle all the way up to the Vajra Vehicle of Tantra

Tibetan for Practitioners

Tibetan for Practitioners

Tibetan for Practitioners: A Success on the Ground Rangjung Yeshe Gomde New York in New York  hosted an exciting new offering in July of 2018.