Monthly Archives: September 2011

Developing Mindfulness of Impermanence Daily

It can help, in developing daily mindfulness of impermanence, to notice how everything around us is composite. We notice that the trees are made of trunk, bark, branches, leaves and roots. We notice how buildings are made of windows, doors, … Continue reading

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Why I call myself an Instructor

I prefer to refer to myself as an instructor for several reasons that I feel I need to outline. My own teacher, Geshe Khenrab Gajam gave me permission to teach in 1985 after studying with him and the Lamas that … Continue reading

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