“Photography and Practice” This article was first published by Buddhistdoor Global, Sept. 5th, 2014 In photography we are working with light. Simple light. That is if we are simple in our perception. But how does that come to be? This is where Buddhist practice shines some light on the art of photography, and likewise the […]
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Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery This article was first published by Buddhistdoor Global, October 31st, 2014 “If we are serious about becoming the masters of our minds and emotions, instead of the slaves of our minds and emotions, if we are really serious about leading a life which will be of benefit for ourselves and others, […]
The Norbulingka Institute: The Safekeeping of Tradition This article was first published by Buddhistdoor Global, October 17th, 2014 Traditions handed down carefully from generation to generation connect people with both their past heritage and future possibilities. Art traditions interlace customs, collective experience, aesthetic principles, and faith in symbolic imagery that transmits the riches of a […]
Dharma Eye: A Unique Buddhist Photographer Collective This article was first published by Buddhistdoor Global, Sept. 19th, 2014 In fall 2007, in the company of Venerable Tsoknyi Rinpoche and a group of his students, photographer Michael Ash made a pilgrimage across Tibet to Mount Kailash, the sacred mountain in Western Tibet revered by Tibetan Buddhists […]
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