Keep your body still;
Keep your voice silent;
As to mind, don’t bind it; let it rest at ease.
Let consciousness relax completely.
At this time, attachment to ‘meditation’ and ‘non-meditation’ clears, 93 more words
Wearing this ring bestows all the blessings & protection of the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra. This mantra is also known as the “Great Six Syllable Mantra” & as the Tibetan Buddhist “Mantra of Compassion.” It invokes Chenrezig, the Buddha of Compassion, and represents the wish for all beings to realize enlightenment & be liberated from suffering. 19 more words
At its simplest, Thukpa can be described as a wholesome noodle soup. At it’s best, I call it home-in-a-bowl. Thukpa is a traditional Tibetan meal inspired by the Chinese and now eaten all over Nepal, Bhutan and many parts of North-east India as well. 638 more words
His Holiness the Dalai Lama gives the Opening Prayer in the U.S. Senate.
C-SPAN 6 May 2014 73 more words
This variety of Tara with one leg folded and the other in front of her corresponds to the Green Tara on paintings. She usually has a long-stemmed (lotus) flower on each side and her right foot resting on a lotus flower emerging from the lotus base. 74 more words
Author(s): Jeffrey Ourvan
The full story of Buddhism in the United Statesilluminated and enlightened for todays reader. 273 more words