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Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama-Nobel Peace Prize winner known fof his tireless efforts towards Tibetan independence by a peaceful means. Also an inspirational person who encourages peace within one's self.

The Pure View The “Conmanship” of Akong Tulku – Chogyam Trungpa, 1977 http://pureview.dk/conmanship-akong-tulku-chogyam-trungpa-1977/ The following text is an excerpt from the epilogue of the third edition of Chogyam Trungpas autobiography Born in Tibet, published in 1977. In 1967 Trungpa, together with Akong Tulku, had founded Samye Ling in Dumfriesshire, Scotland  the first Tibetan Buddhist centre...

The Pure View The “Conmanship” of Akong Tulku – Chogyam Trungpa, 1977 http://pureview.dk/conmanship-akong-tulku-chogyam-trungpa-1977/ The following text is an excerpt from the epilogue of the third edition of Chogyam Trungpas autobiography Born in Tibet, published in 1977. In 1967 Trungpa, together with Akong Tulku, had founded Samye Ling in Dumfriesshire, Scotland the first Tibetan Buddhist centre...

monks. mountain

Images of Buddha, Zen,inspiration , art and the odd political statement aimed at creating a.

Tibet Buddhist Antique Bronze Censer Incense Burner and Holder

Tibet Buddhist Antique Bronze Censer Incense Burner and Holder* Arielle Gabriel writes about miracles and travel in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles also free China toys and paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

Let's Eat ... Tibet/The children made her laugh. Tessa loved the little ones. She never missed an opportunity to touch them and smile. This was why Chase loved her.

Feeding baby brother in Mongolia as bird watches. Similar colors as well. i have a feeling the chicken may get more than baby brother cute photo of wonderful world

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Dharma student studies after the Hevajra empowerment on Bodhisattva day, inside Tharlam Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism, Bodha, Kathmandu, Nepal

Kartika (Drigug, Grigug) In Tibetan Buddhism, the Kartika, or Drigug, is a ritual flaying knife used in burial rituals, with the handle crafted as a dorje. A tool of the wrathful female deities known as Dakinis (“sky dancers”), the kartika symbolizes the cutting away of all things material, symbolized by the human body. Like the phurba and other Tibetan Buddhist implements, the kartika is a likely remnant of pre-Buddhist pagan practices.

Phurba Kartika (Drigug, Grigug) In Tibetan Buddhism, the Kartika, or Drigug, is a ritual flaying knife used in burial rituals