Tulku Migmar Tsering

Perception: Understanding Its Power

Dec 13, 2016

Perception has power and it can be surprisingly strong. Normally, perception and habits work together to create a mistaken view of our world.Perception always comes from first not knowing. Perception is the mind’s expression or its reflection. It does not...

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Defining Dharma

Nov 22, 2016

Defining Dharma is an important place to begin. First, we must know about Dharma and then about meditation. Dharma means the transformation of our...

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Managing Sādhana Practice Skillfully

Aug 2, 2016

Managing sādhana practice is a big issue for many students. We may have received a number of empowerments and practices. We then may become...

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What is a Good Practitioner?

May 30, 2016

What is a good practitioner? What are the signs? How can I check my meditation practice? We may wonder if our meditation is going well. Here Tulku Migmar explains that it is easy to recognize a good...

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Clear “Brain-Jam” with Meditation

May 17, 2016

Why begin your day with meditation? It is the best antidote for "brain-jam." Tulku Migmar Tsering is known for giving very practical...

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Unhappy at Work? Advice on Transformation

Apr 4, 2016

We can learn how to deal with job-dissatisfaction and work-related stress. In this video, Tulku-la reminds us that we often blame the boss or our co-workers for bad situations. Often we make judgments quickly and misinterpret situations. And if we...

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Training the Mind: Small Steps in Mindfulness

Jan 20, 2016

What do we really mean when we speak of mind training? It can sound very complicated and too much for us to handle, but we have to understand how to...

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Shrine Offerings: Accumulation of Merit and Mindfulness

Jan 4, 2016

Mindfulness is a popular buzz-word these days.  Yet we may be under the impression that mindfulness applies either to silent meditation on our cushions, or more "popular" versions such as mindful eating. But offering practice is an important form of...

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Prostration: Why and How?

Dec 15, 2015

Prostration: Not Just Custom In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, prostration, or full-body bowing, is an important element of practice, as it is in other Buddhist traditions. Each country and type of Buddhism...

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