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The Extraordinary Breath

The flow of prana or lung within the body is directly connected to mind and its functions. This connection is pervasive. Rather than thinking of mind as being “in our heads” or our “brains” the Ayurvedic and Tibetan medical and … Continue reading

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The Activism of Mantra

In light of the recent election here in the United States there has been a fire lit for those inspired to action and activism. This fire always burns, of course, but with the full assault on diversity, religious freedoms, and … Continue reading

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It’s Not So Easy When It’s Real

It’s not so easy. It never has been. There are a lot of costumes out there, shawls, robes, hats, jewelry, hair done up in a certain way. Without the trappings of culture and attitude the view remains the same and … Continue reading

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Khandro Rinpoche on Relationships and the Path

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What is a Buddhist?

There has been a lot of discussion lately about what is and is not a Buddhist. Much of that discussion has been inspired by the recent shootings committed by Aaron Alexis in Washington D.C.. The responses have been quite polarized, … Continue reading

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