Category Archives: Path of Mindful Activity

Birthday Offering for Khenpo Rinpoche

The birthday celebrations for DPR’s beloved teacher, Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, are just around the corner. As some of our sangha depart for Nepal, we’d like to request your kind assistance (In other words, we really need your help!) For many years, Khenpo Rinpoche has put much love and attention in supporting female monastic practitioners. […]

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One Common Thing – Mindful Activity

Working Together to Benefit Kids in Philly Earlier this year, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche asked Nalandabodhi sangha directors worldwide to work together on a project that would have an impact in our local communities. As Rinpoche put it, “it would be good to do one common thing.” That’s how the name of this initiative was born. It was decided to celebrate One Common Thing on Lhabab […]

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The Path of Mindful Activity

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“All of the teachings of the Buddha are meant to be put into action, into practice; otherwise, the dharma becomes a useless philosophy. When we can put our view and meditation into action, the dharma becomes a living teaching. It becomes useful, meaningful, and it will bear fruit in the world. It will bring a […]

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