Saying we want to meet the Buddha is like saying we want to meet the awakened state of our own mind. We don’t have to change who we are in order to meet the Buddha in this way. The purpose of our meeting is not to become a student of another culture or to discover someone else’s wisdom. - Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
Wednesday 25 April 2018 (HKT)

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Dr. Eliot Tokar: Cultivating Tibetan Medicine in the West

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Master Shandao’s Explanation of the Meaning of Dedication in Pure Land Buddhism

Master Shandao’s Explanation of the Meaning of Dedication in Pure Land Buddhism

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Dedication as a force for rebirth in Amitabha's paradise
Surviving and Thriving in Times of Change: Buddhist Reflection and Action Amid Global Uncertainty

Surviving and Thriving in Times of Change: Buddhist Reflection and Action Amid Global Uncertainty

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A Buddhist studies conference at Osaka University
Expressions between Dogma and Silence: A Japanese Take on the Two Truths

Expressions between Dogma and Silence: A Japanese Take on the Two Truths

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Exploring two interpretations of a central Buddhist doctrine
A School for the Forgotten Children of the Himalayas

A School for the Forgotten Children of the Himalayas

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A Buddhist approach to education, inspiring community service
STEM Tara: Bringing Science Education to Buddhist Nuns

STEM Tara: Bringing Science Education to Buddhist Nuns

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Empowering female monastics in Nepal
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Mindfulness Practice in Japanese Stroll Gardens

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Exquisite Buddhist expressions in natural beauty
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The Patriarchal Legacy of Maya’s Death

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Learning from Sibling Squabbles

Learning from Sibling Squabbles

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Connecting Modern Understanding to Ancient Wisdom: An Interview with Drukmo Gyal Dakini, Part Two

Connecting Modern Understanding to Ancient Wisdom: An Interview with Drukmo Gyal Dakini, Part Two

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Metta Magic Tricks Part Two, Beyond Shadow and Light

Metta Magic Tricks Part Two, Beyond Shadow and Light

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Mahaprajapati or Vasumitra? Contrasting Representations of Female Buddhist Authority

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Re-imagining female authority in texts and in everyday life

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24 Apr 2018
His Holiness praises kindness and compassion of symbolic act
23 Apr 2018
Performance shares a deeper understanding of Buddhist teachings
20 Apr 2018
Memorial shaped like an open book, invoking the Indian constitution
19 Apr 2018
Prayer meetings organized by national and international Buddhist organizations

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