“Then she read an article by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche that suggested working with emotions rather than trying to get rid of them, and this struck a chord”

From a time when Tibetan Buddhism was about us.

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Before.

Hat tip @YudronWangmo for the catch, a Tibetan Buddhist I follow on Twitter.

Remember.

It’s about us, not them.

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