Karmapa
Karmapa
06/20/2017 at 07:36. Facebook
The Gyalwang Karmapa visited Stonehenge on his recent visit to the United Kingdom.
The Gyalwang Karmapa visited Stonehenge on his recent visit to the United Kingdom
Sheila Kirwan
Vanita Chenrisa
Luz Mariah
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/19/2017 at 05:22. Facebook
A short message from the Kagyu Office on the occasion of the Gyalwang Karmapa's birthday: [ Kagyuoffice.org Link ]
A short message from the Kagyu Office on the occasion of the Gyalwang Karmapa's birthday:
Maria Suominen
Foo Chin Shui
Sallie Lim
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/17/2017 at 07:11. Facebook
Some beautiful photos of the Gyalwang Karmapa spending time in the Canadian mountains.
Some beautiful photos of the Gyalwang Karmapa spending time in the Canadian mountains
Tasie Lama
Erika Belair
Maria Magdalena Heine
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/14/2017. Facebook
“The example often given is that of a diamond in the earth. Initially it is covered by mud and earth. But this has no effect on the inherent value of the diamond. In the same way there are many kinds of sentient beings and they all possess different flaws, but these flaws have no effect on the inherent, high value of sentient beings. Their basic nature remains worthy of being cherished.” //...
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The example often given is that of a diamond in the earth
Phil O'Logos
Diane Samyukta Fereig
何處尋
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/12/2017. Facebook
“The great Kadampa masters of the past used games in training their minds. To play a game of mindfulness, they carried black and white stones to count the times they won or lost against their afflictions. Looking at the win-loss ratio was a way to get into positive habits. We must continually examine our minds since change will not happen by merely wishing things to be so. We need to put...
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The great Kadampa masters of the past used games in training their
郑妙清
何處尋
Chuan Seng Ee
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/11/2017. Facebook
“Therefore, when we are encouraged to regard ourselves as lower than all others,” the Karmapa summarized, “it does not mean that we denigrate ourselves and jettison our self-esteem. In Buddhism, that would be considered a type of laziness called the laziness of self-deprecation. We cannot evade helping others with the excuse that we are not able. Regarding ourselves as lower than others is...
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Therefore when we are encouraged to regard ourselves as lower than all
Karma YangCheng Lamo
Phil O'Logos
Wanchuk Yelmo
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/09/2017. Facebook
We would like to wish everyone a very happy Saga Dawa. To celebrate, here is a drawing of the 16 Arhats, the protectors of the Dharma, by the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa.
We would like to wish everyone a very happy Saga Dawa To
Nyima Lhamo
Sylvaine Crochez
Kitty Pang
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/08/2017. Facebook
“In the training in the conduct for a bodhisattva, there are instructions for the practitioner to aspire to become like the four elements and to reflect on how much benefit they bring: ‘As the four elements provide benefits and sustenance for living beings, in a similar way, may I become a benefit to others.’ This practice will increase our empathy toward others as well.”

// the Karmapa
In the training in the conduct for a bodhisattva there are instructions
Sheila Kirwan
Archangel Michael
Win-Win Copy
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/05/2017. Facebook
"The environmental emergency that we face is not just a scientific issue, nor is it just a political issue, it is also a moral issue. And therefore all of us approaching this issue have to pick up our share of the responsibility to find and implement solutions. The scientific aspect of it, of course, is the supply of information — the creation of models and predictions and the introduction of...
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The environmental emergency that we face is not just a scientific issue
Tenzin Jhampa
Thayne Tuason
Julia Butler Stanfield
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/02/2017. Facebook
Applying Ancient Wisdom in Modern Times

Friday, June 2nd, 9:30-11:30AM, 2:00-4:30PM (Toronto Time)

In these two sessions, His Holiness will discuss the basic nature of mind and the methods of obtaining happiness through listening to and contemplating the teachings of the Buddha, and then meditating on the teachings.

Please click the video to set a reminder: [ Kagyuoffice.org Link ]
Applying Ancient Wisdom in Modern Times Friday June 2nd 9301130AM 200430PM Toronto
Lili Yang
Karmapa
Karmapa
06/01/2017. Facebook
The Gyalwang Karmapa will continue his Canadian tour by teaching on how to transform disturbing emotions in the next half an hour. You can watch live on YouTube here: [ Youtube.com Link ]
The Gyalwang Karmapa will continue his Canadian tour by teaching on how
Matt Hart
Luce Léonard
Rod Copper
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/31/2017. Facebook
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Mindfulness and Environmental Responsibility
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Date: Wednesday, May 31st, 3:00-4:30PM
Place: University of Toronto, Convocation Hall
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Celia Gould
Ive Sunvehdon
Redopal Azure
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/31/2017. Facebook
Denise Till
Kitty Pang
Thaptok Choedak Malala
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/27/2017. Facebook
Phil O'Logos
Kitty Pang
Josefa Quesada del Rosario
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/27/2017. Facebook
Sonam Pelmo
Tsering Rinchen
Ciyan Lin
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/25/2017. Facebook
Philong Le
Sonam Pelmo
Tsering Rinchen
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/30/2017. Facebook
A third person queried, “Are there teachings in Tibetan Buddhism about protecting the environment?” The Karmapa answered, “In the training in the conduct for a bodhisattva, there are instructions for the practitioner to aspire to become like the four elements and to reflect on how much benefit they bring: ‘As the four elements provide benefits and sustenance for living beings, in a similar...
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A third person queried Are there teachings in Tibetan Buddhism about protecting
Yutaka Shaun Wada
Sally Mitchell
Marilyn Lawson
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/29/2017. Facebook
The true meaning of the principle of interconnectedness is that we are a part of others and others are a part of us. Through that general understanding, we assume more responsibility for others, which is not felt as a burden but an encouragement, because it is rooted in compassion.

// the Karmapa
The true meaning of the principle of interconnectedness is that we are
Andrea Ballance Prady
Amal Elsalam
Trinle Gyamtso
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/27/2017. Facebook
Bodhisattva Path
Constance Youland
Ive Sunvehdon
Karmapa
Karmapa
05/27/2017. Facebook
The Karmapa visits the Buddhist Community Centre UK located in the heart of Aldershot town.
Jean Thornton
Doris Lin
Agnieszka Czyz