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Buddhist Teachings & Inspiration


Lama Yeshe

“Why do you feel elated when praised and dejected when criticized?
It’s because you don’t accept the way things truly are.
You’re controlled by your hallucinating mind, which is totally divorced from reality.”

Lama Yeshe


HH. Dalai Lama

Here you can freely download HH. the Dalai Lama’s teachings and watch his videos.


Tibetan Buddhist organization with centers all over the world, founded by Lama Yeshe, who passed away in 1984. His student Lama Zopa Rinpoche has taken over the directorship of the organization. Both are inspiring teachers.

Ven. Thubten Chodron


I absolutely love the teachings of Venerable Thubten Chodron. She is an American Tibetan Buddhist nun, author, teacher, and the founder and abbess of Sravasti Abbey, the only Tibetan Buddhist training monastery for Western nuns and monks in the United States. Chodron is a central figure in the reinstatement of the Bhikshuni ordination of women.

Since 1996, the Liberation Prison Project has helped over 20,000 people in prison with their spiritual practice.


Ven. Robina Courtin

Venerable Robina Courtin’s teachings are of no-nonsense and very clear.

“We’re all mentally ill.
We’re all delusional.
We’r all junkies.
It’s just a matter of degree.”
Robina Courtin

Here you can freely download Buddhist teachings from great masters such as the ones mentioned above.

Every year around the world, millions of animals die or suffer needlessly.  In countries like Nepal, the care and management of animals is particularly poor and in addition, Nepal still supports a number of festivals in which animals are violently and brutally ritually slaughtered.
Animals neither live pleasantly nor die peacefully. The vast majority of people are completely ignorant about animal welfare and laws and penalties to protect animals from abuse are insufficient.
Their Animal Liberation Sanctuary  benefits rescued animal,s not only because they are freed from impending death but also because they are exposed to Dharma teachings, regularly hear mantras and are led around holy objects.  This means they create merit and gain the opportunity to escape the lower realms. It also gives people the chance to create merit and purify life-obstacles.

When animals are ill or dying there are a number of practices that you can do, and mantras that you can recite.