Who am I?

Colin Moore United Kingdom I was 23 and this story took place in 1981. I was a student doing a Postgraduate Teaching Course after a degree in Psychology in Bangor, UK. I was tired doing teaching practice but I try to keep my meditation practice going. Not sure Christian or Buddhist so I sit in front of a Christian Cross and chant a Tibetan mantra. Confused? You bet,...
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My amazing story of Rinpoche’s Dzogchen Teaching

Maria Loh Singapore I attended The Invocation of Samantabhadra (Primordial Buddha), Dzogchen Teachings by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, 4-8 May 2012 in Singapore . This is the miraculous way I came to know about Dzogchen Teaching by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche. On 20 April 2012, I happened to glance at the bottom of a page in the Straits Times at a small...
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He sits like a lion in the sun

Ken Hubbell United States We lost a dear friend last week. Homework buddy, foot warmer, tea party guest, string chaser, snake killer, varmint catcher, sometimes nuisance, always friend – he will be missed. The sound of him padding up and down the stairs, calling from the door, purr-motor racing will forever echo in our home; every rustle of the wind...
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Share Your Story: Khyentse Yeshe talks about the gifts his father passed on to him.

Khyentse Yeshe
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When the Student is Ready; the Teacher Arrives

Chris Flisher Boston, MA We are all travelers with tales to tell. Some of us have had good fortune and some have had bad. What is important is that we evolve and expand in some manner as we make that journey. Whether it is emotional depth we gain, or intellectual vision, or the lightness of simply being, the results are a composite of our impressions and lessons. How...
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