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A week in Dharamsala - teaching English to Tibetan refugees

Dharamsala is a small town in western Himachal Pradesh. The hill town a few kilometres above it, McLeod Ganj, nestles in the foothills of the Himalayas and is approached through twisting roads lined with pine trees. 654 more words


Mindfullness and Neuroscience: Conversation with the Dalai Lama on Video


On 16 September, 2016, the Dalai Lama visited the University of Strasbourg to discuss the connection of developments in neurosciences with experts in neurology, psychology and philosophy. 187 more words


Is The Dalai Lama A Separatist?

Han Lianchao, September 28, 2016


Some young Chinese friends of mine often criticize me for getting mixed up with the Dalai Lama. They say he’s a separatist element who’s trying to split Tibet from China. 1,699 more words


Making a difference...

“If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito” – the Dalai Lama.

Picture Perfect Lives & The Power in Following No-One

I’ve been trying new things lately, eliminating meat from my diet two months ago is one decision I have been feeling really good about.  Let’s face it, I’m an animal lover and I 100% agree there is enough food to eat on this planet without having to sacrifice the life of another living creature.   975 more words


A Very Special Puja

On Sunday, Jen and I attended a four hour puja in the gompa at the monastery. Now, if a bunch of those words don’t make sense to you, you’re not alone; just let me explain. 496 more words

Be the Buddha: Meditation and its health benefits

Want to know how to be as happy as the Dalai Lama? Meditation may be the key for you.

As a world religions student, I was required to attend a religious service that was not my own. 290 more words

Mental Health