Tibetan Buddhism

  • Talk Isn’t Cheap Paid Member

    The photo op is irresistible. His Holiness the Dalai Lama, donning radiant maroon and saffron robes, sits alongside none other than a fully suited Mr. Barack Obama. His Holiness’s unapologetic, balding head and exposed right bicep are a spectacle in the formally clothed, carefully guarded land of Washington, DC. On display are two very different global juggernauts. More »
  • Treasury of Lives: Tsangnyon Heruka Paid Member

    Biography and autobiography in Tibet are important sources for both education and inspiration. The authors involved in the Treasury of Lives mine primary sources to provide English-language biographies of every known religious teacher from Tibet and the Himalaya, all of which are organized on their website.  The following summarizes the biography of the Fourth Dalai Lama, Yonten Gyatso, by Miranda Adams.  More »
  • Past Life Paid Member

    This short documentary tells the story of Kelsang Pawo (formerly Jeff Mince), a drummer-turned-monk who performed with punk rocker Nina Hagen during the mid-90s Los Angeles rock scene.  Produced by Elizabeth Jenkins Featuring Kelsang Pawo, Resident Teacher at Serlingpa Kadampa Meditation Center More »
  • Tricycle Talks: Geshe Wangyal: America's First Lama Paid Member

    Tricycle Talks: Now in iTunes More »
  • Tricycle's Top 13 of 2013 Paid Member

    It was a good year. And to showcase just how good, we've put together the crème de la crème of Tricycle in 2013. From the story of how Tibetan Buddhism really came to America, to the hilarious ups and downs on the path to enlightenment, to HHDL as an angry Marxist, our list below (with clickable images!) has it all. This year, we also introducted Tricycle Original Shorts and featured 12 eclectic teachers in our online retreats. Let us know if we missed anything and what your favorites of 2013 were in the comments section. And Happy New Year! From the magazine: More »
  • Treasury of Lives: The 4th Dalai Lama Paid Member

    Biography and autobiography in Tibet are important sources for both education and inspiration. The authors involved in the Treasury of Lives mine primary sources to provide English-language biographies of every known religious teacher from Tibet and the Himalaya, all of which are organized on their website. More »