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Visiting Yogi Pema Dorje  Gema Karchug is one of many Gebchak nuns who have had extensive teachings from Yogi Pema Dorje. Here she requests him to bless malas.

Visiting Yogi Pema Dorje Gema Karchug is one of many Gebchak nuns who have had extensive teachings from Yogi Pema Dorje. Here she requests him to bless malas.

At the age of 16 I lost my freedom. At the age of 24 I lost my own country.   During these 50 or 60 years I have faced a lot of problems   but I never give up hope.   Hope based on truth, hope based on reason   ----His Holiness the Dalai Lama----

if you cannot do that, at least do not harm them." - The Dalai Lama Photo © 2005 Manuel Bauer

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Даже простое чтение его рождает неискусственное понимание - Нешёлковый путь

Даже простое чтение его рождает неискусственное понимание - Нешёлковый путь

*New* The Law of Attraction Explained by Quantum Physics! Part 5

The Law of Attraction Explained by Quantum Physics! Part 4 – I Love Law of Attraction

The Flight of the Garuda: The Dzogchen Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism by Keith Dowman,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0861713672/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_HwXjtb0065MABR5M

The Flight of the Garuda: The Dzogchen Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism by Keith Dowman

Issa / Haiku 1823  .籠の鳥蝶をうらやむ目つき哉 ~ kago no tori chô wo urayamu metsuki kana ~ "caged bird-- watching the butterfly with envy" I like this translation found in a wonderful little children's book: "How sadly the bird in his cage/ Watches the butterflies"; Don't Tell the Scarecrow and Other Japanese Poems (New York: Scholastic Books, 1969), unpaginated. However, urayamu connotes envy, not sadness.

HAIKÜ by ISSA " ]How sadly the bird in his cage watches the butterflies " Via

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A Gilt Bronze Figure of Kurukulla Tibet, 16th Century The four-armed deity…

A Gilt Bronze Figure of Kurukulla Tibet, Century The four-armed deity dancing with both legs angled, holding a bow and lotus in her left hands

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