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Trungpa Rinpoche on the Nature of Mind; Berkeley, Ca, 1971

Ocean Classes Winter/Spring 2017

New DVD sets for Vajrayogini Sadhakas from Kalapa Recordings

A Children's Day Story

Chögyam Trungpa Legacy Project Year-End Newsletter

Glimpses of Alaya

Remembering Denny

Westchester Buddhist Center's 5th Annual Retreat

1971 talk on Meditation

Like a Foreign country

International Launch: FROM LION'S JAWS

On Shechen Kongtrül

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The Chronicles of CTR

Our mission is:
  to celebrate the Vidyadhara's life,
  to expand the general knowledge and understanding of his teachings,
  to trace his legacy and influences into the current era,
  and to foster an online community with a common passion: the life and work of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche.

As a community, we include students of Trungpa Rinpoche, members of the extended Shambhala community, students of the many authentic Buddhist masters currently teaching in the West, and people who are inspired by his life and teachings for a wide variety of reasons. This all inclusive or pansangha is Trungpa Rinpoche's extended community of students. Just as Padmasambhava is the essential guru for almost all Tibetans, Trungpa Rinpoche fulfills that role for a growing number of dharma practitioners in the west.

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