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.