1. Women in Buddhism

    Women in Buddhism
    Women in Buddhism Throughout history women have played a vital role in the preservation and presentation of Buddhism. The Buddha himself expressed deep respect for his mother and as several contemporary Buddhist scholars have pointed out, women have played a significant role in helping to shape and preserve Buddhism. That is certainly true for Buddhism [...]
  2. Tibetan Buddhist Books in 2023: A Review

    Tibetan Buddhism in 2023 Read More We published many books of interest from the Vajrayana traditions of Tibet, Bhutan, and the Indian Himalayas See our other Year in Review Guides: Zen and Chan | Tibetan Buddhism | More in Buddhism Yoga | Kids Books Buy 2 books for 20% off, 3 books for 30% off, [...]
  3. The Passing of Christina Monson

    The Passing of Christina Monson
    The Passing of Christina Monson Christina's Masterpiece Available May, 2024 Paperback | Ebook  $26.95 - Paperback Add to Cart We are deeply saddened  to share the news that Christina Monson—teacher, translator, and disciple of Chatral Rinpoche among others—passed away November 19, 2023. Christina's book,  A Dakini's Counsel: Sera Khandro's Spiritual Advice and Dzogchen Instructions will [...]
  4. Tibetan Masters of the 8th Century

    Tibetan Masters of the 8th Century
    Masters of the 8th Century Learn More Reader Guides to some of the 8th century masters of Tibet See Also:  Profiles of early Indian Mahayana figures | Tibetan Masters of the 8th Century | Tibetan Masters of the 10th-11th Centuries Tibetan Masters of the Eighth Century The eighth century was an incredible flouring of the [...]
  5. Yeshe Tsogyal: A Guide for Readers to the Dakini Princess

    Yeshe Tsogyal: A Guide for Readers to the Dakini Princess
    Yeshe Tsogyal Learn More Kharchen Yeshe Tsogyal was a princess and queen of King Tritson Detsen until she became a disciple of Guru Rinpoche and achieved complete freedom Image from the cover of The Life and Visions of Yeshe Tsogyal See Also:  Dudjom Tersar | Longchen Nyingtig | Namcho & Palyul ___________________ Guru Rinpoche | [...]
  6. Tara the Liberator: A Guide for Readers

    Tara the Liberator: A Guide for Readers
    Tara the Liberator: A Guide for Readers Ārya Tārā (Sanskrit), also known as Jetsun Drölma in Tibetan, or simply "Tārā" is a meditation deity and an important figure in Buddhist thought, history, and practice. While often described as a goddess or protectress, she is considered a liberator for her ability to remove obstacles, especially fear [...]
  7. Knowing How to Be Satisfied

    Knowing How to Be Satisfied
    Knowing How to Be Satisfied An excerpt from Alive Until You’re Dead by Susan Moon. What is given to us is the chance to become human beings together. Even the challenges and the difficulties are given to us. We didn’t ask for these challenges, but they are given, and what is given is a gift. [...]
  8. Tibetan Buddhist Books in 2021: A Review

    Tibetan Buddhist Books in 2021: A Review
    Tibetan Buddhism in 2021 Read More We published many books of interest from the Vajrayana traditions of Tibet, Bhutan, and the Indian Himalayas See our other Year in Review Guides: Theravada/Pali/Insight | Chan, Zen, Mahayana | Tibetan Buddhism Receive a 30% discount on these titles through January 2nd using code 2021YE at checkout We are [...]
  9. The Return of the Buddha in Mahaprajapati’s Life

    The Return of the Buddha in Mahaprajapati’s Life
    Reunion of Mother and Son The following is an excerpt from The Woman Who Raised the Buddha By Wendy Garling Foreword by H.H. the Fourteenth Dalai Lama The Woman Who Raised the Buddha$18.95 - PaperbackBy: Wendy Garling Add to Cart Just as Mahaprajapati’s life was upended when Maya died, it was about to happen all over again. [...]
  10. Golden Dragon Activity from Kuan Yin | Free Download

    Golden Dragon Activity from Kuan Yin | Free Download
    Create a golden dragon twirler to send heartfelt wishes out into the world! For centuries, dragons have been represented in cultures throughout the world, though attitudes towards them differ. Chinese Emperors used the dragon as symbols of power, nobility, and divine descent for at least 6,000 years. We can find many dragons on furniture, clothing, [...]

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