In this special teaching from the archives, Harvey Aronson/Lama Namgyal Dorje discusses the ways we tend to go into “zombie” mode, letting habitual tendencies run our lives. But practice can help us wake up, investigate our usual patterns of behavior, and reconnect with authentic experience.
In this vintage teaching from a series on Foundational Practices (Ngondro), Anne Klein/Lama Rigzin Drolma notes that practice can begin to erode even the habits we most tightly identify with–but cautions that dharma practice itself can become an expression of our underlying tendencies. The more we can recognize and trust our own buddha nature, the […]
Episode 21: In this teaching, Anne Klein/Lama Rigzin Drolma connects refuge and compassion. We have to know what suffering is in order to seek genuine refuge from it, and when we recognize our own suffering, that connects us with the suffering of all others.
This episode of “UVA Medical Center Hour” is a presentation by the DOPS (Department of Perceptual Studies) researchers at the University of Virginia, in which four faculty members present their work on cases of the reincarnation type (CORTs), near death experiences (NDEs), using meditative practices to cultivate extraordinary capacities, and the mission and history of […]