Lama Zopa Rinpoche Talks about Lama Yeshe

Lama Zopa Rinpoche Talks about Lama Yeshe

Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive recently published The Path to Ultimate Happiness,…

Posted by Lama Zopa Rinpoche on Monday, November 19, 2018

Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series: Staying Positive In Turbulent Times (Class 1)

Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series: Staying Positive In Turbulent Times

Join us tonight with Karuna Cayton to discuss the challenges in our daily lives, and how we can approach our problems from a Buddhist perspective.

​Karuna will draw from his unique background in Modern Psychology and Buddhist Philosophy to give you answers that you will not find anywhere else!

Posted by Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center on Thursday, November 1, 2018

Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series: Low Self Esteem (Class 2)

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Karuna Cayton: Ask The Buddhist Therapist

Karuna Cayton: Ask The Buddhist Therapist

Low Self Esteem (Class 2)

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Posted by Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center on Thursday, August 2, 2018

This Month’s Teaching: The Qualities of Lama Yeshe

Posted by Karuna Cayton on Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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Karuna Cayton: Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series

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Overcoming Distractions, Part 2

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Karuna Cayton: Ask The Buddhist Therapist

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Overcoming Distractions

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Posted by Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center on Friday, April 13, 2018

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Karuna Cayton: Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series

Karuna Cayton: Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series

Overcoming Distractions, Part 2

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Posted by Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center on Thursday, May 10, 2018

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Karuna Cayton’s Events (May, 2018)

ASK THE BUDDHIST THERAPIST SERIES: Overcoming Distractions (session 1)

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Overcoming Distractions

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Posted by Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center on Friday, April 13, 2018

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No post-traumatic symptoms

Modern psychology takes note: experiencing a traumatic event, even decades of maltreatment and torture does not determine whether or not one has post-traumatic stress disorder. It is the way one makes meaning of the event that determines its effect on one’s mental health. In Rinpoche’s case, he decided to create meaning with compassion. It has been well documented that there is unusually low PTSD amongst Tibetan refugees who experienced torture at the hands of the Chinese. HH Dalai Lama surmised that this was due to the Tibetan culture valuing compassion toward one’s enemy (in this case the Chinese occupiers) as the probable cause.

After spending 18 years in Chinese prison he came to India in the 1980. He had a meeting with His Holiness and told him…

Posted by Kalachakra by His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Thursday, April 21, 2016

Weekend Of Teaching in Taos, New Mexico

What a wonderful weekend of teachings with Karuna Cayton. We hope to have him back soon to Ksitigarbha Tibetan Buddhist Center in Taos, New Mexico (April 20-22nd, 2018).

What a wonderful weekend of teachings with Karuna Cayton. We hope to have him back soon.

Posted by Ksitigarbha Tibetan Buddhist Center on Sunday, April 22, 2018