How to practice Tibetan Buddhism (how beginners can start)

If you’ve ever wondered how to “get serious” about practicing Tibetan Buddhism, you might be relieved to know that you don’t have to become a monk or nun, and you don’t have to spend the rest of your life in a cave.


In this episode, I’ll talk with Aaron of the organization Dharma Gates on what’s involved when you want to become a serious student of Tibetan Buddhism, including how to connect with a teacher and community. We’ll have a live conversation about this on June 30, and you can register at the link below.


Plus if you’re new to Buddhism, I have some free mini-courses you might be interested in. There’s a link to them, too. I hope this conversation answers some of the questions you might have about getting started in this wonderful tradition.


Register for the live call on June 30 (donations welcome): https://www.dharma-gates.org/upcomingevents


Check out my free mini-courses & resources: https://geni.us/freecourses


Recommended dharma centers and teachers in Tibetan traditions:

Dawn Mountain (dawnmountain.org)

Tara Mandala (taramandala.org)

Natural Dharma Fellowship (naturaldharma.org)

Mayum Mountain (mayummountain.org)

Lama Rod Owens (lamarod.com)


May you and all beings be well.







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