Featured Courses

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Bodhicaryavatara, by Shantideva - The Way of the ... The Bodhicaryavatara by Shantideva is one of the most celebrated works of the ...
Parting from the Four Attachments, by Manjushri ... The special pith instructions on mind training received in vision from Manjushri by ...
Madhyamakavatara, by Chandrakirti - Introduction ... A detailed presentation of the philosophy of emptiness, based on the classical ...
The Meditator's Nest - Building a Spiritual ... Drawing from his scholastic and contemplative training, as well as his personal ...
Shamatha - 10-Day Calm Abiding Retreat Shamatha (‘calm abiding’) refers to a state of mind free of defilements, clear, calm ...
Purifying the Mind: The Path of Buddhist ... An in-depth introduction to the theory and practice of Buddhist Meditation

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Words from the Masters

For the exhausted, the road is long; for the sleepless, the night is long; likewise, for the child-like beings devoid of Dharma knowledge, samsara is long.


Siddhartha Gautama

Listening to the teachings of the Buddha and contemplating on them will lead one to understand the causes that lie within one's own afflictions, thereby allowing one to achieve liberation.


Khenchen Appey Rinpoche

Observing discipline, and having heard and contemplated the teachings, one applies oneself intensively to meditation.


Acharya Vasubandhu

Whether one can abandon samsara or not, is solely dependent upon whether one has studied the Buddha Dharma or not.


Khenchen Appey Rinpoche