Meditating on loving-kindness leads us to the highest states of realization, for loving-kindness is at the heart of high meditations such as “emptiness,” which is the unbounded, non dual, and fully awakened state of openness. The more we train ourselves to wish joy for others, the more we loosen the tightening rope of our mind’s grasping at “self” and selfish attitudes. As that happens, our negative emotions, like attachment and hatred, will subside. And the walls that we habitually erect between self and other, between “us” and “them,” between this and that, will erode, bringing us closer and closer to...
About Tulku Thondup
Tulku Thondup Rinpoche was born in Golok, Eastern Tibet. At the age of five, every aspect of his life changed suddenly and dramatically. He was recognized as the reincarnation of Khenpo Konchog Dronme (Khenpo Kome)...[Read More]
Loving-kindness is the thought of wishing total happiness for others and putting that wish into practice. It is the thought of unconditioned, pure, and universal love towards all beings without attachment, self-centeredness, or expectation of rewards.
The Heart of Unconditional Love
The unconditional love that we all long for can be experienced in the practice of loving-kindness. In this popular form of meditation, the love inherent to our own nature is gradually expanded until it embraces infinite beings.Learn More
The Healing Power of Mind
This book is an invitation to awaken the healing power of mind through inspiring images and sounds, mindful movements, positive perceptions, soothing feelings, trusting confidence, and the realization of openness.Learn More
This book offers simple meditation techniques to awaken healing energies in the body and mind.Learn More
The Buddha taught that there is nothing in this mundane world but suffering. Life is full of pain. Nothing can be relied upon, because everything is temporary. That is the First Noble Truth of Suffering. We must recognize this as it is, and determine to be liberated from this ocean of misery. The cause of our suffering, the Buddha explained, is our negative deeds, whether physical, vocal, or mental. These deeds leave habitual traces in our mind. These traces, in turn, produce commensurate experiences for us in the future. This chain of cause and effect is called karma. At the...
Tulku Thondup Rinpoche, one of the most beloved teachers in Tibetan Buddhism, will be giving a rare public talk. He will be speaking on his new book, The Heart of Unconditional Love: A Powerful New Approach to Loving Kindness Meditation at the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC) in Cambridge, MA. Please join us on June 9th, 2015, at 7:00 PM at: TBRC 1430 Massachusetts Ave, 5th floor Cambridge, MA, USA 02138 The talk is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.