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Sakya Monastery Dharma Lectures

Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism

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Sakya Monastery Dharma Lectures

Sakya Monastery Dharma Lectures

Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism

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How to be a Good Buddhist - H.H. Sakya Trizin

H.H. Sakya Trizin helps guide us to be good buddhists.

80 MIN2014 MAY 9
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How to be a Good Buddhist - H.H. Sakya Trizin

Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 2 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

His Holiness Jigdal Dagchen Sakya is a direct descendant of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo, founder of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism. Learn about the origins of this distinguished family lineage, known for their three excellent names and their divine ancestors. Included in their history is a royal minister, some of the first Tibetan monks, a noted translator during the royal period, and disciples of Padmasambhava. They took up the new tantras while retaining a few Nyingma tantras. Upsaka Jeff Schoening will discuss the founding of the first Sakya Monastery, the prophecies about Sakya, and the birth of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo. This presentation is based on the writings of Jamgön Améshap, the great Sakya lama and historian of the 17th century, the two Sakya histories by Lopön Thuchey Wangchuk, and over thirty years of Jeff's research on the Sakya lineage.

108 MIN2013 DEC 9
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Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 2 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

Sakya View and Path - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Khenpo Jampa Rinpoche gives an introduction to the Sakya view, which is the inseparability of Samsara and Nirvana. This will be done through helping us understand how to practice the path with its fruit (Lamdre). He introduces us to how the Buddhadharma is taught in the unexcelled Sakya tradition. Translator: Rigdzin Tingkhye.

117 MIN2013 NOV 24
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Sakya View and Path - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 1 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

His Holiness Jigdal Dagchen Sakya is a direct descendant of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo, founder of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism. Learn about the origins of this distinguished family lineage, known for their three excellent names and their divine ancestors. Included in their history is a royal minister, some of the first Tibetan monks, a noted translator during the royal period, and disciples of Padmasambhava. They took up the new tantras while retaining a few Nyingma tantras. Upsaka Jeff Schoening will discuss the founding of the first Sakya Monastery, the prophecies about Sakya, and the birth of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo. This presentation is based on the writings of Jamgön Améshap, the great Sakya lama and historian of the 17th century, the two Sakya histories by Lopön Thuchey Wangchuk, and over thirty years of Jeff's research on the Sakya lineage.

109 MIN2013 NOV 4
Comments
Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 1 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

Male Deities in Tantric Buddhism - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Ven. Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche discusses the many male deities in Tantric Buddhism. In Tibetan Buddhism some popular male deities include Chenrezig, Manjushri, Vajrapani, Buddha Amitabha, Vajrasattva, Yamantaka, Chakrasambara, Hevajra, and Vajrakilaya. Sometimes deities come in union with their consort, sometimes alone. Depending on the sadhana, these deities are visualized either in front of oneself or as oneself, or both. Also there are various benefits that are associated with the different practices such as health, wealth, longevity, wisdom, and compassion. If you would like to learn about these important male deities, please listen.

105 MIN2013 NOV 3
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Male Deities in Tantric Buddhism - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Belief and Motivation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Note: Recording begins a couple minutes into the lecture. Belief and correct motivation are two tremendously important things to cultivate. Belief, faith and absolute conviction in the Lama and in the Three Jewels (Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha) are essential for any attainments. Having the correct motivation is an absolute necessity. In this class, Khenpo Jampa Rinpoche gives us insight on these important topics. Translator: Rigdzin Tingkhye.

114 MIN2013 SEP 1
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Belief and Motivation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Vipassana Meditation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

In Mahayana Buddhism, the Bodhisattva practices the six perfections. The perfection of meditation is one of these six. Within the perfection of meditation, the practitioner practices calm abiding and insight meditation (shamatha and vipassana). This course focuses on the examination of one’s mind which is vipassana practice. Translator: Thupten Jampa.

106 MIN2013 AUG 18
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Vipassana Meditation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Vajrasattva Teaching - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

The practice of Vajrasattva (Dorje Sempa) is for the purification of one’s karma created through the body, speech and mind. The practice purifies and mends broken commitments, especially the Vajrayana vows. This Dharma lecture on the “Vajrasattva practice in Ngondro” is taught by Khenpo Jampa Tenphel Rinpoche. Translator: Rigdzin Tingkhye.

140 MIN2013 AUG 4
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Vajrasattva Teaching - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Tibetan Wind Yoga - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Ven. Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche teaches Tibetan Wind Yoga (Tsalung Trulkor)--a spiritual healing practice for the body and mind. It can make your body healthy and your mind peaceful and happy. Some of the conditions it helps are asthma, indigestion, heartburn, high blood pressure, depression, anxiety, and vision problems. It is a very profound practice, yet it is easy to learn to do anywhere and by anyone.

79 MIN2013 JUL 28
Comments
Tibetan Wind Yoga - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

37 Bodhisattva Practices, pt 2 - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

For Mahayana Practitioners, there are so many teachings and meditations. But in our short lives, we don’t have as much time to devote to study and practice as we’d like. Fortunately, there is a short practice that is very helpful to develop love, compassion, and wisdom. Since the 14th century Tibetan practitioners have practiced this text in their daily lives. The Thirty-Seven Bodhisattva Practices was composed by Ngulchu Thogme Zangpo (1295-1369). Tibetans believe he was the emanation of Chenrezig because he practiced love and compassion actively in his life. In this teaching, Tulku Yeshi will share about this extraordinary master and give a commentary on the first half of the 37 practices.

126 MIN2013 JUN 30
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37 Bodhisattva Practices, pt 2 - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Latest Episodes

How to be a Good Buddhist - H.H. Sakya Trizin

H.H. Sakya Trizin helps guide us to be good buddhists.

80 MIN2014 MAY 9
Comments
How to be a Good Buddhist - H.H. Sakya Trizin

Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 2 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

His Holiness Jigdal Dagchen Sakya is a direct descendant of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo, founder of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism. Learn about the origins of this distinguished family lineage, known for their three excellent names and their divine ancestors. Included in their history is a royal minister, some of the first Tibetan monks, a noted translator during the royal period, and disciples of Padmasambhava. They took up the new tantras while retaining a few Nyingma tantras. Upsaka Jeff Schoening will discuss the founding of the first Sakya Monastery, the prophecies about Sakya, and the birth of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo. This presentation is based on the writings of Jamgön Améshap, the great Sakya lama and historian of the 17th century, the two Sakya histories by Lopön Thuchey Wangchuk, and over thirty years of Jeff's research on the Sakya lineage.

108 MIN2013 DEC 9
Comments
Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 2 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

Sakya View and Path - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Khenpo Jampa Rinpoche gives an introduction to the Sakya view, which is the inseparability of Samsara and Nirvana. This will be done through helping us understand how to practice the path with its fruit (Lamdre). He introduces us to how the Buddhadharma is taught in the unexcelled Sakya tradition. Translator: Rigdzin Tingkhye.

117 MIN2013 NOV 24
Comments
Sakya View and Path - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 1 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

His Holiness Jigdal Dagchen Sakya is a direct descendant of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo, founder of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism. Learn about the origins of this distinguished family lineage, known for their three excellent names and their divine ancestors. Included in their history is a royal minister, some of the first Tibetan monks, a noted translator during the royal period, and disciples of Padmasambhava. They took up the new tantras while retaining a few Nyingma tantras. Upsaka Jeff Schoening will discuss the founding of the first Sakya Monastery, the prophecies about Sakya, and the birth of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo. This presentation is based on the writings of Jamgön Améshap, the great Sakya lama and historian of the 17th century, the two Sakya histories by Lopön Thuchey Wangchuk, and over thirty years of Jeff's research on the Sakya lineage.

109 MIN2013 NOV 4
Comments
Sakya-Kohn Lineage, pt 1 - Dr. Jeff Schoening

Male Deities in Tantric Buddhism - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Ven. Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche discusses the many male deities in Tantric Buddhism. In Tibetan Buddhism some popular male deities include Chenrezig, Manjushri, Vajrapani, Buddha Amitabha, Vajrasattva, Yamantaka, Chakrasambara, Hevajra, and Vajrakilaya. Sometimes deities come in union with their consort, sometimes alone. Depending on the sadhana, these deities are visualized either in front of oneself or as oneself, or both. Also there are various benefits that are associated with the different practices such as health, wealth, longevity, wisdom, and compassion. If you would like to learn about these important male deities, please listen.

105 MIN2013 NOV 3
Comments
Male Deities in Tantric Buddhism - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Belief and Motivation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Note: Recording begins a couple minutes into the lecture. Belief and correct motivation are two tremendously important things to cultivate. Belief, faith and absolute conviction in the Lama and in the Three Jewels (Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha) are essential for any attainments. Having the correct motivation is an absolute necessity. In this class, Khenpo Jampa Rinpoche gives us insight on these important topics. Translator: Rigdzin Tingkhye.

114 MIN2013 SEP 1
Comments
Belief and Motivation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Vipassana Meditation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

In Mahayana Buddhism, the Bodhisattva practices the six perfections. The perfection of meditation is one of these six. Within the perfection of meditation, the practitioner practices calm abiding and insight meditation (shamatha and vipassana). This course focuses on the examination of one’s mind which is vipassana practice. Translator: Thupten Jampa.

106 MIN2013 AUG 18
Comments
Vipassana Meditation - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Vajrasattva Teaching - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

The practice of Vajrasattva (Dorje Sempa) is for the purification of one’s karma created through the body, speech and mind. The practice purifies and mends broken commitments, especially the Vajrayana vows. This Dharma lecture on the “Vajrasattva practice in Ngondro” is taught by Khenpo Jampa Tenphel Rinpoche. Translator: Rigdzin Tingkhye.

140 MIN2013 AUG 4
Comments
Vajrasattva Teaching - Ven. Khenpo Jampa

Tibetan Wind Yoga - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

Ven. Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche teaches Tibetan Wind Yoga (Tsalung Trulkor)--a spiritual healing practice for the body and mind. It can make your body healthy and your mind peaceful and happy. Some of the conditions it helps are asthma, indigestion, heartburn, high blood pressure, depression, anxiety, and vision problems. It is a very profound practice, yet it is easy to learn to do anywhere and by anyone.

79 MIN2013 JUL 28
Comments
Tibetan Wind Yoga - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

37 Bodhisattva Practices, pt 2 - Ven. Tulku Yeshi

For Mahayana Practitioners, there are so many teachings and meditations. But in our short lives, we don’t have as much time to devote to study and practice as we’d like. Fortunately, there is a short practice that is very helpful to develop love, compassion, and wisdom. Since the 14th century Tibetan practitioners have practiced this text in their daily lives. The Thirty-Seven Bodhisattva Practices was composed by Ngulchu Thogme Zangpo (1295-1369). Tibetans believe he was the emanation of Chenrezig because he practiced love and compassion actively in his life. In this teaching, Tulku Yeshi will share about this extraordinary master and give a commentary on the first half of the 37 practices.

126 MIN2013 JUN 30
Comments
37 Bodhisattva Practices, pt 2 - Ven. Tulku Yeshi
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