Tenzin Wangyal RinpocheLigmincha Institute offers excellent online meditation instruction drawn from the wisdom traditions of Tibet. Each meditation courses is crafted by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche working with experts in educational technology to provide clear and authentic experiences of Tibetan meditation. Courses feature beautiful video teachings, guided meditations, readings, journal writing activities, and the opportunity to interact with senior mentors and classmates from around the world.

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The True Source of Healing

The True Source of Healing

Free Course in Soul Retrieval

January 10, 2015 – January, 2016

This course is free and open to all! It is based on the series of monthly free live webcasts on Soul Retrieval offered by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche through Ligmincha International. This online course hosted at LigminchaLearning.com will include all the recordings and other related support materials from the webcast series as they are produced, as well as discussion forums for mutual support in your practice. Forum moderators will ensure that discussions are appropriate and supportive.

These practices of Soul Retrieval can help you tap into the ultimate source of healing. Done daily through the entire year of this course, they have the potential to transform your life.

Learn more about the next upcoming live-webcast event, scheduled for Saturday, March 14.

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Om Ma Tri Stone

The Three Heart Mantras

February 6 – March 14, 2015

The Three Heart Mantras are used in many different meditations in the

Bön tradition, and play a major role in the ngrondro practices. They are said to be the essence of enlightenment in sound and energy, and as we sing or chant the mantras our awareness is transformed to be in union with the Buddhas. They are used for purification, protection, and as primary practices toward self realization.

It is said that creating these mantras in any form brings merit and purification, so they are commonly found carved into stones, printed on prayer flags where they spread their benefits through the winds, and even drawn with gold ink and kept on shrines as an object of reverence and meditation. Their blessings are said to be endless. Also within this course Tenzin Rinpoche explains the essence of the Guru Yoga, Refuge and Bodhicitta practices, making this an excellent introduction to the tradition.

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Transforming our EmotionsShenla Odkar

Through the Six Lokas

April 4 – May 23, 2015

At one time or another each of us suffer strong emotions that throw us off balance, cause us to act in ways that we later regret, and make us lose touch with our true nature. Centuries ago the masters of the Bön lineage developed the meditations of the Six Lokas specifically to remedy this situation, to help us live our lives in a balanced and relaxed way.

The meditations focus on the root causes of our suffering: anger, desire, greed, ignorance, jealousy, pride and laziness. Through each meditation we examine our habitual patterns so that we may recognize them, then through the enlightened energy of the Buddhas to purify and transform us so that we and all other beings might not continue to suffer in this way. The practices have a deep healing and transformative power, and are traditionally practiced at length as a preliminary to dzogchen contemplation.

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