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His Holiness the Gyalwang Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje is the head of the 900 year old Karma Kagyu Lineage and guide to millions of Buddhists around the world.

Dodrupchen

Dodrupchen Rinpoche is one of the most important living masters in the Nyingma…

Freedom in Eating ~ 17th Karmapa http://justdharma.com/s/5knjg  It is true that our cultural environment can affect our eating habits. Yet, we have the freedom to decide to change. We have complete freedom to eat meat or not.    Tibetans live on an arid plateau where herding livestock and eating meat have been central to our culture for millennia. If Tibetans can stop eating meat, so can anyone who lives in a place where vegetables and alternate sources of protein are readily available…

Freedom in Eating

By Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje It is true that our cultural environment can affect our eating habits. Yet, we have the freedom to decide to change. We have complete freedom to eat meat or not.

The most dangerous thing in the world ~ 17th Karmapa http://justdharma.com/s/fxnk5  A lack of love can cause people to have no help when they need help, no friends when they need a friend. So, in a sense, the most dangerous thing in the world is apathy. We think of weapons, violence, warfare, disease as terrible dangers, and indeed they are, but we can take measures to avoid them. But once our apathy takes hold of us, we can no longer avoid it.  – 17th Karmapa  source…

‘The most dangerous thing in the world is apathy’

Disconnected from our own noble heart ~ Karmapa - Just Dharma Quotes

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“In all the times I saw the new Karmapa, either before or after his enthronement as the Karmapa, I cannot find anything which is different from the 16th, whether it be in his way of talking, way of looking or even his way of joking, which is exactly the same as in his previous emanation. He has the same powerful presence, showing absolutely no fear of anyone. When important people or high lamas come, he changes and adapts to the situation, assuming a natural authority, which he has.

“In all the times I saw the new Karmapa, either before or after his enthronement as the Karmapa, I cannot find anything which is different from the 16th, whether it be in his way of talking, way of looking or even his way of joking, which is exactly the same as in his previous emanation. He has the same powerful presence, showing absolutely no fear of anyone. When important people or high lamas come, he changes and adapts to the situation, assuming a natural authority, which he has.

Renpoche

Great Eastern Sun: The Wisdom of Shambhala (Shambhala Dragon Editions)

Keep It Simple ~ 17th Karmapa http://justdharma.com/s/79t3s Once you have committed to a particular path, I suggest that you look for the simplest way forward. You should make things accessible and approachable in your religious community and in your personal practice, rather than more complicated. Keep it simple. The life of the spirit is actually very basic and easy. We often don’t appreciate that. In the beginning, our spiritual path may strike us as very simple and perfectly clear. But t

Keep It Simple ~ 17th Karmapa http://justdharma.com/s/79t3s Once you have committed to a particular path, I suggest that you look for the simplest way forward. You should make things accessible and approachable in your religious community and in your personal practice, rather than more complicated. Keep it simple. The life of the spirit is actually very basic and easy. We often don’t appreciate that. In the beginning, our spiritual path may strike us as very simple and perfectly clear. But t

Appreciating everything around you ~ Gyalwang Drukpa http://justdharma.com/s/7zsmr  Appreciate and rejoice, without any expectation. It doesn’t matter if people are unkind to you, it doesn’t matter if people betray you, it doesn’t matter if people don’t even say ‘thank you’ to you; by appreciating everything around you, from happy experiences to sad, your life will become meaningful, full of understanding, joy, strength and fearlessness.  – Gyalwang Drukpa  from the book "Everyday…

Just Dharma Quotes (Appreciating everything around you ~ Gyalwang.

The founder of Shambhala was Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche (1939-1987). Trungpa Rinpoche was the 11th descendent in the line of Trungpa tulkus, important teachers of the Kagyü lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.

The founder of Shambhala was Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche Trungpa Rinpoche was the descendent in the line of Trungpa tulkus, important teachers of the Kagyü lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.

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