A classic dharma talk by Tsem Tulku

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A classic dharma talk by Tsem Tulku

Postby Individual » Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:05 am

One of my favorites, ever:



Tsem Tulku is awesome. :D

:heart: :heart: :heart:

This greatly helped clarify my understandings of rebirth. Listening to it the first time, it was as if I was listening to something I had already heard a thousand times before. :)

Tsem Tulku is also one of many Tibetan Buddhists who give me a a clear basis upon which to refrain from sectarian slander (from the standpoint of improper contrast with Zen). :rolling: Perhaps my Tibetan friends might do well to look into find some good Zen teachers too?
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Re: A classic dharma talk by Tsem Tulku

Postby plwk » Thu Nov 18, 2010 3:14 am

He has a blog and an org too. Check it out...
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Re: A classic dharma talk by Tsem Tulku

Postby Individual » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:07 am

plwk wrote:He has a blog and an org too. Check it out...

I said I like him -- not that I obsess about him, want to stalk him, or become a follower. I could've found that stuff myself if I wanted to.

Although I do have to say... This photo of him in the 1980's looks incredibly hot:

http://blog.tsemtulku.com/archive/6a013 ... 970b-800wi

Tsem Tulku should not upload such dangerous things. Such a beautiful photo might cause so many heterosexual married men to suddenly become gay and that would be a huge bad karma.
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Re: A classic dharma talk by Tsem Tulku

Postby plwk » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:17 am

:rolling:
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Re: A classic dharma talk by Tsem Tulku

Postby Tilopa » Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:21 pm

Individual wrote:One of my favorites, ever:



Tsem Tulku is awesome. :D



An excellent but nonetheless standard presentation from the Vajrayana teachings.
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