Losar is the Tibetan New Year! The Tibetan New Year is the most important festival in Tibet.
Fifteen Days of Miracles, a special time when Buddha Shakyamuni displayed miraculous powers.
The fifteenth day of Saka Dawa is one of the great holy days of the Tibetan calendar.
“Turning the Wheel of Dharma”, Chokhor Duchen anniversary of Shakyamuni Buddha's first teaching.
It celebrates the return of Guru Shakyamuni Buddha to Earth from the Kingdom of God.
The FPMT represents a seasoned philosophical and meditative tradition with long experience and a solid foundation in a widely contrasted tradition.
One of the two main branches of Buddhism and a term for the classification of Buddhist philosophies and practices. The term "Mahāyāna" also refers to the bodhisattva path that seeks complete enlightenment for the benefit of all beings.
Meditation is the main tool that Buddhism proposes to stabilize the mind, achieve calm and transform what we feel and think, a knowledge that we have been developing for 2,600 years.
""Use problems as ornaments, viewing them as extremely precious, because they make you quickly attain enlightenment, making you attain bodhicitta. Experience these problems on behalf of all sentient beings, bringing happiness to all sentient beings. This is the ornament."
"Lama Zopa Rinpoche"