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Listen Contemplate Meditate is a podcast featuring a range of teachings from the Buddhist tradition, presented by Lamas of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation.

Chagdud Gonpa is an international Nyingma Buddhist organization, founded in 1983 by H.E. Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche (1930-2002), a highly revered meditation master, artist and Tibetan physician who taught extensively in the East and West. Through its many activities, which include offering public teachings and retreats, translating, and publishing texts, Chagdud Gonpa Foundation upholds and preserves the arts, philosophy, and meditation practices of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Our web site is chagdudgonpa.org.

Listen Contemplate Meditate Chagdud Gonpa Rigdzin Ling

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Listen Contemplate Meditate is a podcast featuring a range of teachings from the Buddhist tradition, presented by Lamas of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation.

Chagdud Gonpa is an international Nyingma Buddhist organization, founded in 1983 by H.E. Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche (1930-2002), a highly revered meditation master, artist and Tibetan physician who taught extensively in the East and West. Through its many activities, which include offering public teachings and retreats, translating, and publishing texts, Chagdud Gonpa Foundation upholds and preserves the arts, philosophy, and meditation practices of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Our web site is chagdudgonpa.org.

    The Most Important Position | Lama Tsering Everest

    The Most Important Position | Lama Tsering Everest

    When we’re kids, our parents world can revolve around us. Then, as we grow older, we begin to instinctively think about ourselves and our growing needs. The problem is, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas taught that this selfish thinking is the source of our suffering. So how do we cultivate selflessness? We start by examining the kindness of our parents.

    • 32 min
    A Guided Meditation (Teaching) | Lama Padma Gyatso

    A Guided Meditation (Teaching) | Lama Padma Gyatso

    Meditation isn't a state, but rather a method to get used to knowing what's going on. The point is to notice how our present mind is. When we begin to know our current mind—instead of focusing on a future, more peaceful mind—we can begin working with who we really are. Lama Padma explains.

    • 57 min
    A Guided Meditation | Lama Padma Gyatso

    A Guided Meditation | Lama Padma Gyatso

    In this episode, Lama Padma Gyatso goes step-by-step through a simple and concise meditation session.

    • 23 min
    The Endless Cycle of Becoming | Lama Tsering Everest

    The Endless Cycle of Becoming | Lama Tsering Everest

    We wear lots of hats, constantly inventing who we are–an artist, a housekeeper, a lover, a business woman–never understanding who we actually are and dealing with the anxieties that come with that misunderstanding. But when our masquerade of purpose starts to break, an opportunity to be more authentic presents itself.

    • 37 min
    Diminishing Hopes and Fears Through The Four Thoughts | Lama Padma Gyatso

    Diminishing Hopes and Fears Through The Four Thoughts | Lama Padma Gyatso

    In this teaching, Lama Padma Gyatso talks about diminishing hopes and fears through the four thoughts. By applying these principals in our own life, we can arrive at a place of feeling that we finally have what we’ve been longing for.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Most Profound Practice of Dharma | Lama Padma Gyatso

    The Most Profound Practice of Dharma | Lama Padma Gyatso

    Just as one shoots an arrow at a target, when we are aware of our own flaws, we have a target to direct our spiritual practice towards.

    • 31 min

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