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Buddhism Guide
By Karma Yeshe Rabgye
About this podcast
Karma Yeshe Rabgye is a Western Monk in the Kagyu…
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Episodes (Total: 10)
Dec. 12, 2017 · 00:16:21
The Eight Verses of Thought Transformation is an important text from Tibetan spiritual writings known as lojong (mind training). The root text was written by the eleventh-century meditator Langri Tangpa Dorje Senghe. These verses explain how we can see life through the eyes of compassion, and not through our self-cherishing ego. The more we meditate on thought transformation, the more compassionate we become. You meditate on these verses by reciting each verse and then pausing to contemplate its meaning. Then try to apply it to situations in your life. This will help you to truly transform your way of thinking and acting. Remember, these verses are to be practiced, not just recited. This is part one of a two part series.
Nov. 3, 2017 · 00:09:39
In Buddhism, there is a practice called Mind Training and within this practice there is a section on reducing one’s suffering. Now, suffering here means a dissatisfaction with life, an unease, a discontentment and a feeling that life could be better. The following four methods are described in mind training as the best way to stop the suffering of all beings, and bringing them, and ourselves, happiness. Of course, we have to be realistic and understand that life is not always going to be happy, and it is an unsatisfactory part of life that suffering is always lurking around the corner. However, these four methods will help to reduce our suffering and give us the tools to be able to cope with whatever comes our way.
Oct. 3, 2017 · 00:20:11
This is the last part of a four part series of interviews with Karma Yeshe Rabgye. In this podcast he speaks about his experience teaching Buddhism. Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: The Best Way to Catch a Snake - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00TEPZ6G0?r... Life's Meandering Path - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00NWU13R4?r... Ripples in the Stream - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B018GXNJU0?r...
Sept. 14, 2017 · 00:17:34
This is part three of a four part series of interviews with Karma Yeshe Rabgye. In this video podcast he speaks about his experience teaching mindfulness. He talks very frankly about his experiences teaching in schools, businesses and individually. Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: The Best Way to Catch a Snake - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00TEPZ6G0?r... Life's Meandering Path - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00NWU13R4?r... Ripples in the Stream - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B018GXNJU0?r...
Aug. 19, 2017 · 00:39:47
There are many great podcasts on Buddhism as a religion and even more on Buddhism as a philosophy. This podcast is about Buddhism as a way of life, which means there is no Buddhist jargon or dogma. It is not based in the metaphysical world, but has its feet planted firmly on this planet. It is easy to understand and practical. I use the Buddha’s early teachings as the foundation for the podcast, and explain them in a way that is relevant to your life today. The Podcast is aimed at people who cannot read, who are visually impaired or English is not their first language.
Aug. 5, 2017 · 00:40:29
This is part one of a four part series of interviews with Karma Yeshe Rabgye. In this podcast he speaks about abuse in Buddhism and how it is simply not acceptable. He is forthright and makes his views very clear. As he says, 'Abuse is not Buddhism and it is not acceptable.' Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: The Best Way to Catch a Snake - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00TEPZ6G0?ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_YoCFyb114RJHV&tag=lifestylbudd-20&linkCode=kpe Life's Meandering Path - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00NWU13R4?ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_QPBFybZB2CSCA&tag=lifestylbudd-20&linkCode=kpe Ripples in the Stream - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B018GXNJU0?ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_MmCFyb2KE1Q5V&tag=lifestylbudd-20&linkCode=kpe
July 8, 2017 · 00:05:34
There are many great podcasts on Buddhism as a religion and even more on Buddhism as a philosophy. This podcast is about Buddhism as a way of life, which means there is no Buddhist jargon or dogma. It is not based in the metaphysical world, but has its feet planted firmly on this planet. It is easy to understand and practical. I use the Buddha’s early teachings as the foundation for the podcast, and explain them in a way that is relevant to your life today. The Podcast is aimed at people who cannot read, who are visually impaired or English is not their first language.
June 3, 2017 · 00:11:19
There are many great podcasts on Buddhism as a religion and even more on Buddhism as a philosophy. This podcast is about Buddhism as a way of life, which means there is no Buddhist jargon or dogma. It is not based in the metaphysical world, but has its feet planted firmly on this planet. It is easy to understand and practical. I use the Buddha’s early teachings as the foundation for the podcast, and explain them in a way that is relevant to your life today. The Podcast is aimed at people who cannot read, who are visually impaired or English is not their first language.
May 1, 2017 · 00:07:32
There are many great podcasts on Buddhism as a religion and even more on Buddhism as a philosophy. This podcast is about Buddhism as a way of life, which means there is no Buddhist jargon or dogma. It is not based in the metaphysical world, but has its feet planted firmly on this planet. It is easy to understand and practical. I use the Buddha’s early teachings as the foundation for the podcast, and explain them in a way that is relevant to your life today. The Podcast is aimed at people who cannot read, who are visually impaired or English is not their first language.
April 8, 2017 · 00:07:21
There are many great podcasts on Buddhism as a religion and even more on Buddhism as a philosophy. This podcast is about Buddhism as a way of life, which means there is no Buddhist jargon or dogma. It is not based in the metaphysical world, but has its feet planted firmly on this planet. It is easy to understand and practical. I use the Buddha’s early teachings as the foundation for the podcast, and explain them in a way that is relevant to your life today. The Podcast is aimed at people who cannot read, who are visually impaired or English is not their first language.