Dharma Audio
Tibetan Buddhism

Self Transformation Through Attitude Training
Alexander Berzin

 

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The Four Traditions of Tibetan Buddhism: Personal Experience,
History, and Comparisons

Source: The Berzin Archives

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Chogyam Trungpa Opens Teachings To Us All
Reginald Ray

Source: Dharma Ocean

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On Concepts, Emotions and Freedom from Suffering
Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

Source: Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche website

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Entering the Spiritual Path
Dzigar Kontrul Rinpoche

Source: Lama Yeshe Archive

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Make Your Mind an Ocean
Lama Thubten Yeshe

Source: Lama Yeshe Archive

The Three Principal Aspects of the Path
Lama Thubten Yeshe

An excerpt from Lama Yeshe's The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism.

Source: Lama Yeshe Archive

Advice for Everyday Practice
Geshe Lhundrup Rigsel

Practical advice from the Abbot of Kopan Monastery, Nepal. for how to live according to the highest Dharma.

Source: LamRim.com

Buddha Nature
Khyongla Rato Rinpoche

We and all sentient beings in this world share the potential to reach a state free from the gross and subtle obscurations. This shared potential is called Buddha Nature. It is possible to bring about this transformation because our consciousness is not in the nature of those obscurations: since it lacks inherent existence it is possible to transform it.

Source: Ven. Thubten Chodron's Home Page

Comparison of Tibetan Buddhism Traditions
Alexander Berzin

 

The Four Traditions of Tibetan Buddhism: Personal Experience,
History, and Comparisons

Source: The Berzin Archives

The Importance of Bodhicitta
Robina Courtin

Source: lamrim.com

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How to Develop Bodhicitta
Robina Courtin

Source: Kurukulla Center

Introduction to Tantra
Nick Ribush

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Although Tantric Buddhism, or the Vajrayana, is currently very fashionable many of us are uncertain about just what tantra is. How does it differ from Mahayana Buddhism? Why is it said to be the fastest path to enlightenment yet the one with the most pitfalls? What about the deities Ð who are they? And how do I know if I am ready for tantra?

 

Source: Kurukulla Center

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