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Atisha (982-1054), the great Buddhist Master and scholar who founded the Kadampa tradition and who re-established Buddhism in Tibet. He composed and taught Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment, the first text written on the stages of the path, Lamrim.

Atisha the great Buddhist Master and scholar who founded the Kadampa tradition and who re-established Buddhism in Tibet. He composed and taught Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment, the first text written on the stages of the path, Lamrim.

Shantideva The great Indian Buddhist Master (AD 687-763) famous for composing the spiritual poem Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life. This celebrated masterpiece presents all the practices of a Bodhisattva from the initial generation of bodhichitta through to the completion of the practice of the six perfections, and has inspired generations of Buddhist practitioners.

Shantideva, A Great Indian Buddhist Master, who wrote the 'Bodhisattva's Way of Life'

Amitaba, from pureview.co.nz - the Buddhist artwork of Ella Brewer.

Amitaba, from pureview.co.nz - the Buddhist artwork of Ella Brewer.

When you are with others, examine your language.  When you're alone, examine your mind.  — Atisha —

Atisha -For a person unaware of death, meditation has little power, but one who is mindful of death and impermanence progresses steadily and makes the most of every precious moment. -from "Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism" by John Powers

Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka

Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 3 (with temples)

Maitreya Buddha

Buddha Maitreya is the embodiment of the loving-kindness of all the Buddhas…

Manjusri: Bodhisattva of Ultimate Wisdom

Manjushri, the Boddhisattva of Liberating Wisdom, by artist Ella Brewer

Midsommerkursus med Dupsing Rinpoche

The Anthropology of Tibetan Buddhism: Compassion & Purification Practice (A Short Chenrezig Meditation)

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