Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche on meditation, the spiritual path, and a sense of basic being beyond relative time.
“Conquering Fear” is based on a seminar Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche conducted in 1979 for teachers in Shambhala Training on meditation and the view of warriorship.
Carolyn Rose Gimian explains why the experience of dissatisfaction — which the Rolling Stones so aptly described — might be just what we need.
Carolyn Rose Gimian has edited many of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s books, including his Collected Works. She’s also a senior teacher in Shambhala International whose teachings are characterized by her down-to-earth wisdom braided with her playful sense of humor. One of Carolyn’s teachings is in my anthology Buddha’s Daughters: Teachings from Women Who Are Shaping Buddhism in […]
Bernie Glassman, Carolyn Rose Gimian, and Norman Fischer look at how humor not only lightens our load but deepens our practice.
Through the practice of meditation, we stop wasting our energy on neuroses and discover windhorse, the never-ending power of basic goodness.
How many new books of the late Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s teachings are waiting to be published? Carolyn Rose Gimian answers in audio.
An audio interview with Carolyn Rose Gimian about her work editing the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche for publication.
Carolyn Rose Gimian looks at what we can learn from the examples of Tilopa, Naropa, Marpa, and Milarepa, the spritual forebears of the Kagyu Lineage of Vajrayana Buddhism.
The question we all face is, what will make our journey genuine dharma and not another spiritual fantasy or creation of ego?