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The Moving and the Non-Moving

In filmmaking, an immediate transition from one scene to another is called a cut. A gradual transition is called a dissolve with the start and end of the dissolve called a fade out and fades in, respectively. 602 more words


Kalachakra for World Peace with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

“The initiation to the Kalachakra is one of the most important…
because it takes everything into account,
the body and the human mind,
and the whole external aspect – cosmic and astrological.

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Exercise during a cleanse? (or, why can't I nap all day?)

Cleansing is not easy – it’s the hunger that gets to me. Your jaw can get pretty tired “chewing” all that juice, and unless everyone else in my house is cleansing, too – I still have to look at food and smell it and prepare it! 915 more words


Five Tibetan Rites

Five Tibetan Rites
The Five Tibetan Rites is a system of yogic posturesmore than 2,700 years old. Acclaimed yoga teacher John Golterman brings this ancient practice to modern times.

On Tibetan visualization practice

(FYI: image is originally from “The Secret of the Golden Flower”  Click here to go to it.)

A common Tibetan Buddhist practice uses visualization to hallucinate a central figure, usually a deity, out of which many other figures are then made to appear. 660 more words


A new way of being...

Through relaxation we can discover a new way of being,
a perspective that is open and that delights
in the integration of body, mind, senses, feelings, and environment.

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Tibetan meditation and emptiness.

While in Vancouver the Dalai Lama spoke of the need to have some realization of emptiness for Tibetan meditation to be effective.

Tibetan meditation involves visualization. 507 more words