Learn Meditation Techniques

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This website was created by Kadampa Buddhists to provide information about meditation techniques.

This website was created by Kadampa Buddhists to provide information about meditation techniques. There is great interest in meditation, but few resources available on the internet to help people learn proper meditation techniques. The information in this website was compiled from books written by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso , the spiritual director of Kadampa Buddhism.

Kadampa Buddhism of the NKT is an international Buddhist tradition, presenting pure and authentic teachings in a manner suitable for the modern world and has no political affiliations. It is an association of Buddhist Centers and practitioners that derive their inspiration and guidance from the example of the ancient Kadampa Buddhist Masters and their teachings, as presented by Geshe Kelsang.

If you’d like further teachings on meditation techniques, you may contact a Center near you or attend a teaching. Kadampa Buddhist centers hold regular classes on meditation techniques. The teachers are Westerners and teach in a way that is especially suited to Westerners with busy lifestyles.

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Introduction to Buddhism

Introduction to Buddhism

Introduction to Buddhism explains basic Buddhist view, intention, and action, and how to follow the Buddhist way of life in the modern world. It is the perfect manual for anyone with an interest in Buddhism and meditation.

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All quotations from Geshe Kelsang Gyatso's books copyright The New Kadampa Tradition - International Buddhist Union, all rights reserved worldwide. For more information on Geshe Kelsang's books visit Tharpa Publications.