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His Holiness the Dalai Lama
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama* of Tibet
will visit the Tibetan Cultural Center in Bloomington, Indiana from October 23-28 2007 when he will teach from
Atisha's Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment
read the Root Text of the teachings
listen to the teachings (MP3 files)
Atisha's Lamp || "Lam Rim" || "Meditation on Emptiness" || "Calm abiding" ||
Annotated "Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment"
  • Sutra Requested by Viradatta
  • Buddha Dharma - The Diamond Cutter Sutra
  • Ornament of Manjushri's Buddha Land Sutra
  • Heart Sutra - Prajna Paramita Hrdaya Sutra
  • Array of Trunks Sutra
  • the Collection of Meditative Stabilization
  • Seventy Stanzas on Emptiness
  • Treatise on the Middle Way
  • Sixty Songs of Milarepa - Tibetan Buddhist Yogi Master
  • the full bestowing of the preceptor initiation
  • Great Tantra of the Primordial Buddha
  • *His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, often says, "I am just a simple Buddhist monk - no more, nor less." His Holiness follows the life of Buddhist monk. Living in a small cottage in Dharamsala, he rises at 4 A.M. to meditate, pursues an ongoing schedule of administrative meetings, private audiences and religious teachings and ceremonies. He concludes each day with further prayer before retiring. In explaining his greatest sources of inspiration, he often cites a favorite verse, found in the writings of the renowned eighth century Buddhist saint Shantideva:

    For as long as space endures
    And for as long as living beings remain,
    Until then may I too abide
    To dispel the misery of the world.

    For a more complete biography, click here

    On Friday June 8, 2007, The Dalai Lama addressed a Melbourne Australia stadium full of multi-faith secondary students discussing issues concerning the youth of today and how they can contribute to peace and a better future. A free video download of the live presentation is available here.

    NEWTwo teachings by His Holiness the Dalai Lama A Survey of the Paths of Tibetan Buddhism and a commentary on Gyalwa Gyatso

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