I consider myself part of the Kagyu tradition. I have respect for lots of traditions. The Nyingma are wonderful.

Sometimes Kagyu are called the “practice tradition.” So we like to practice a lot. Insofar as I can offer advice, I recommend it. Lots of it.

I’ll be posting things here about basic practice. Please remember that it’s important to get instruction “in person” from a teacher.

You don’t need to get instruction from me. In fact, there are many very good teachers around to study with, much better than me, but you do usually get more from getting meditation instruction in person (as opposed to from books or Cds or Youtube alone).


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