Tag Archives: Sangha

The Company We Keep

Scattered through the Dharma teachings is the idea that the images we watch, the stories we read and the company we keep can leave karmic imprints that may come back to haunt us. So too can the angry feelings we … Continue reading

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Monastic Perspectives: Ven. Tenzin Chogkyi

To commemorate Chokhor Duchen and FPMT’s International Sangha Day, the Center is happy to offer the following interview with Ven. Tenzin Chogkyi, an FPMT nun, touring teacher and resident teacher at Vajrapani Institute. Ven. Tenzin has been giving teachings in … Continue reading

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Monastic Perspectives: Ven. Lhundub Chodron

The following interview with Ven. Lhundub Chodron, on the occasion of FPMT’s International Sangha Day, is part of our new series, “Monastic Perspectives.” To learn more about our FPMT Sangha, please visit the International Mahayana Institute (IMI). Q: What motivated … Continue reading

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