Post Tagged with: "Buddhism"

  • Rangnang Ogminling Bendirya Kunphen Ling

    Rangnang Ogminling Bendirya Kunphen Ling

    I wanted to inform everyone of the above-referenced monastery and medical school/clinic that Rinpoche has asked me to create on His behalf. I am in the process of forming a […]

  • State of Mind

    There is no more important determinant of one’s health than the state of mind. Of course, genetics, constitution, lifestyle habits, etc. have a large impact, but the power of our […]

  • Battle of the Emotions

    HH The Dalai Lama’s book The Universe in a Single Atom: the convergence of science and spirituality has a wealth of interesting discussions on the nature of consciousness, the origin […]

  • Faith

    A few quotes that struck me today…… “If one believes in only what modern nihilists can see, one cannot believe that there is anything beyond ordinary existence. With this view, […]

  • Powerlessness

    Ever have something happen to you that you couldn’t control, or have a loved one sick with no means to stop their suffering? This feeling of powerlessness while so often […]

  • Rinpoche’s Tibetan Monastery and Medical Clinic

    Rinpoche is reconstructing a monastery and medical clinic in Tibet. As it is a large project, anyone wishing to contribute is welcomed. You can access the site here with descriptions […]

  • Am I Good Enough?

    I was struck today by a patient whom I have treated for a couple of years and whom I respect as a very intelligent, caring, loving person and friend who […]

  • Medicine Buddha II

    Medicine Buddha II


  • A Good Time To Die

    It seems appropriate (at least to me) to contemplate death on a regular basis, and especially at significant times in one’s life. After all, we know two things are certain; […]

  • The Role of Intention

    One of the least talked about aspects of medicine and healing is the role that our intention plays in this process. And healing most definitely is a process. Most healing […]