Buddhism in Tibet

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If You Have Compassion

  One of the most powerful words on the planet earth is not the word power but the word compassion.  In the Buddhism in Tibet, compassion is known as (Nying Jey)  Nying means mind or heart.  Jey means Lord or King.  Compassion is the only medicine that can help us to find happiness even in the suffering so that makes compassion the

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Mar 09, 2018  0

Merit Is Everything

  There is actually no Tibetan Buddhism or Indian Buddhism or Chinese Buddhism or Korean or Japanese Buddhism. The teachings of Buddha are categorized into Theravada also known as Hinayana Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism.  Even the Vajrayana Buddhism goes into the category of Mahayana Buddhism which focuses on Bodhicitta as the main source

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Mar 07, 2018  1

Proverbs From Buddhist Maha Siddha's

  I have a deep love towards my Ancestors. They are the Jewels that is worth beyond the price, they are the sun that is shining in the darkness. Maha Siddha is a Sanskrit word. Maha means great and Siddha means someone who has achieved spiritual attainment.  Today I would like to share a few proverbs of my Maha Siddha Ancestors.  After

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Mar 04, 2018  0

How To Be A Vajrayana Yogi For Beginners?

  They are countless reasons I love Shakyamuni Buddha. One of the special reason, Buddha is flexible. Buddha Shakyamuni might be the most flexible Guru in the world from the beginning of civilization until now and this flexible shows Buddha's compassion and wisdom towards the Sentient Beings.   As there is a Proverb: Even though they ar

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Feb 26, 2018  0

My few weeks at a monastery in Tibet

  Life in the city is busy with full of distractions, these distractions are feeding our mind and we cant see it clear unless we give some time to our self. The best ways to see our self is not in a mirror but by staying alone with our self and being aware.  A few days ago a question pop into my mind. When the body gets dirty, we can take

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Feb 03, 2018  0

Meditation and Yoga in Tibet

  Meditation is one of the best gifts we can give to our self.  I am just a beginner meditator but I can say that I am a big fan of meditation. I have seen a few books about meditation and today I would like to share my little information about meditation with all the Travelers.  They are many benefits we will gain from meditation, we wi

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Jan 14, 2018  2

Rongbuk meditation cave of Guru Rinpoche

  Rongbuk monastery, located at the elevation of 5050M, around 8Km from the Mount Everest North Face Base Camp, is a small monastery which is a traditional monastery of Tibetan Buddhism Nyingmapa sect School.  This time, our article is not about the main Rongbuk monastery. Our article is about the Upper Rongbuk monastery, which is located a

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Oct 03, 2017  0

Tibetan Buddhism Recommendations

  Before starting this article, I would like to Bow three times to Guru, Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha.  A few years back, I was very curious about how Buddha become enlightened. I start doing Wikipedia and I found a meditation state known as Jhana was one part of his enlightenment, then I started reading many Tibetan Masters spiritual books

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Sep 22, 2017  0

Tibetan Yogis

  The beauty of Mahayana Buddhism is the stories of great Yogis, which has started in India and remained in Tibet. Today would like to share some short information about Tibetan Yogis. Since a few years back, I start loving the Yogis of Tibet, they are my ancestors and they are my admiration. I was reading a biography of Tibetan Yogis sta

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Aug 30, 2017  1

Maha Siddha's Footsteps

We are planning a Spiritual Journey to many of the footsteps of Great Maha Siddhas. Our spiritual group tour will start in the June of 2018 The itinerary will include many of the important monasteries and meditation caves of all the 4 major Tibetan Buddhist School. Gelukpa Sects Monasteries Jhokang Temple, Potala Palace, Ramoche Temple, Sera Mon

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Jul 06, 2017  0

Saga Dawa Festival in Tibet

  Christmas is celebrated by Christian, Eid is celebrated by Muslim, Diwali is celebrated by Hindu and finally Buddhist celebrate Saga Dawa. Why is Saga Dawa important? There is one very important reason to celebrate Saga Dawa, Lord Buddha Shakyamuni. This is the month Buddha Shakyamuni came to our world, this is the month of Buddha Shakya

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Jun 29, 2017  0

What Is Buddhist?

  As a Follower of Buddha Shakyamuni, the first question arise in my mind is what is Buddhist?     Buddha Shakyamuni after Buddhist or after something else?    With my limited beginner learning Buddhist, I would like to share some words. As a Tibetan, I was born in a Buddhist family, I feel happy to be born as a Buddhist but only con

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Jun 28, 2017  0
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