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To not become happy because of praise, To not become unhappy because of blame, To support one's own good virtues, This is the character of the supreme being
If the intention is good, the levels and paths are good. If the intention is bad, the levels and paths are bad, Since everything depends on intentions, Always make sure they are positive.
Friday, May 10, 2013 is the beginning of Sagadawa – on the Tibetan Buddhist Calendar. Saturday, May 25 is the day of the Buddha’s enlightenment – a very special day. If you do practice on this day, it is more … Continue reading
There will be no organized classes during the summer months. If there is a change and a class becomes available, we will post a new message. Lama would like to take a short break to concentrate on his own self … Continue reading
Beginning Wednesday, September 11 through Wednesday, November 20, 2013 – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Highland High School, Salt Lake City, Utah Nagarjuna is a seventh century Buddhist enlightened master. Through his letters to a king, he gives a useful … Continue reading
At Highland High School Salt Lake City. Teaching Beginning march 20–2013 may 8 end Class.
The Excellent Path to Enlightenment: A Short Preliminary Practice. The essence of all Buddhist teachings includes Nongdro, which is fundamental to all levels of Buddhist practice.
As normal sentient beings, we have many obstacles coming from inner mind emotion. How can we deal with this emotion? This emotion antidote comes from Buddha Wisdom teaching.
just like an expensive car which is useless without gas, if we do not learn from this spiritual teaching and practice, we continue to unknowingly make mistakes, and it is impossible to become a good human being.
The Excellent Path to Enlightenment: Oral Teachings on the Root Text of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo is available at amazon.com (opt). Continue reading
Instructor: Lopon Osel, Professor of Buddhist Philosophy.Teaching and meditation classes will be held at the University of Utah, 2013- Feb. 25th Monday. 6:00PM – to 8:00pm. Nagarjuna, a 7th century Indian Buddhist Master composed this root text.
The text expounds the Buddhist View, Meditation, and Action, written in the form of advice given to a friend, with a commentary by Jamgonmipham Rinpoche.This is such a wonderful teaching. Class: Winter Session 2, at the University of Utah
At Highland High School Salt Lake City. Teaching Beginning Jan 23- 2013 and going through mrach 6 end. Tibetan Buddhist An introduction, philosophy and meditation is the ancient science of developing the positive mind of wisdom; wisdom is purity and true happiness.
Ven. Lopon Osel, Professor of Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy and Meditation. The teaching of Buddhist view, meditation and action is one of the most profound because sentient beings have eighty-four thousand types of negative emotions.
There fore, the Buddha taught eighty-four thousand antidotes to these negative emotions. The book used in class is,“The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones” commentary by H.H.Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (available at amazon.com) is a key to the Buddha’s teachings. If we don’t learn to practice love andcompassion, our negative emotions increase, leading to suffering. This class (session II) is a continuation of Fall Session I. Continue reading
The Seven Points of Mind Training tuedays 6-to 8 pm. Kadampa Master Geshe Chekapa Beginning October 16 and going through November 13 end. Mind training means how to develop bodhicitta. This introductory course and practice for mind training is to foster compassion and love to all motherly sentient beings. If we don’t learn this basic practice then our loving compassion is like a summer rainbow, it appears but suddenly disappears. Continue reading
This book is an explanation of the Buddhas teaching, like a key. The teaching in the text is one of the most profound and extensive because sentient Beings have eighty four thousand types of negative emotions. Therefore the Buddha taught eighty four thousand antidotes to these negative emotions. If people don’t have a loving compassion practice, their negative emotions always increase. The result is suffering. We will be using the text: The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones: available on the internet. This class will be at Highland High School in Salt Lake City. Buddhist Philosophy and Meditation will also be a part of this class.
The class will start on September 12, 2012. More information about this class will be available on the calendar.
Beginning in the Summer session and continuing thru fall, Nagarjuna’s “Letter to a friend with a commentary by the Mipham Rimpoche: Teaching and meditation classes will be held at the University of Utah, June 12, Every Tuesday, 6pm to 8pm … Continue reading
Starting on March 21, 2012 a new class will be offered focusing on Shamata and Vipasana. This is a fundamental Buddhist meditation practice. The practice is coming from the Buddhist sutra “Do pedma karpo” or the “White Lotus Sutra”. This is a profound meditation teaching about how to deal with our negative emotions and how we can develop a mind with positive wisdom. The method I will be discussing in class is a general approach on how to manage ordinary obstacles of the mind like fear, anger, greed, and how to dissolve these obstacles. If you need more information about the class, please contact using contact information at the bottom of this page.
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