via Jewel Heart,
Hello, this is Gelek Rimpoche,
Today I wanted to share something very exciting with you. For the past three decades or more, I have travelled throughout the world talking to people and found that everyone has a hunger to improve their life (and lives), both materially and spiritually. There is a huge demand for an authentic, trustworthy, and proven spiritual path.
By sheer luck I was born in the home of spirituality – that is, Tibet – and at the very last end of its glorious days. Therefore, I had the opportunity of learning, practicing, and contemplating with the best spiritual masters and facilities available. Tibetan Buddhism is unequivocally an authentic and proven spiritual path for well over a millennium. Since I was so fortunate, I now have the opportunity to take a little part of this rich tradition and present it as a gift to the world. For that reason we set up Jewel Heart.
Our mission statement is: “Jewel Heart is dedicated to the preservation of Tibetan Buddhism and to bringing the practice of this rich tradition within the context of contemporary life to everyone.”
As a part of our mission, it is our duty to utilize and provide this jewel via the best technology and media available. Therefore I am excited to make this accessible to you and also available for you to share with your friends and family who are also interested.
So, thank you for reading the rest of this announcement, for being a part of Jewel Heart and for sharing Jewel Heart with those around you.
Jewel Heart is pleased to announce the launch of its new website:
The new site features a significant visual makeover, a new streamlined user-friendly interface and, most importantly, a growing library of Gelek Rimpoche’s teachings available through downloads and streaming, both live and on demand.
Highlights of the site:
Live video webcasts of Gelek Rimpoche’s Teachings as well as on demand re-broadcasts of previous programs.
Click Here to visit the Live Webcast page where on demand videos and audio streams will be free to access for the next month.
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