The moment we sit down to meditate, our minds begin to wander. Meditative practices provide paths that direct and focus our thoughts. Yet, left on our own, we have to think: What do I do next? Is this the right direction? Guided Meditation frees us from those thoughts; like a GPS, it tells us precisely how to follow the path. Click on the links below to hear Rinpoche guide you.

A Guided Meditation for Beginners


Over the course of an hour, Rinpoche guides you through the basics of meditation, including posture, breathing, focus and purpose.

Stillness Meditation


Rinpoche guides you through a half-hour of simple stillness meditation, as you focus on your breath.

Loving Kindness Meditation: 30 minutes


Rinpoche helps you cultivate infinite loving kindness with this half-hour guided meditation.

Loving Kindness Meditation: 45 minutes


Rinpoche helps you cultivate infinite loving kindness with this forty-five minute guided meditation.

Meditation on Impermanence


In our lives, the most impermanent thing is life itself. After 5 minutes for silent meditation, Rinpoche guides us in exploring impermanence by examining our own deaths and the deaths of others.

Meditation on the Mind


Rinpoche guides us in considering what the mind is, by considering what it isn’t and by trying to identify the present moment. 48 minutes with approximately 30 minutes of silent meditation.

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Meaning of Abbreviations

* The following day is a missing or a double date accroding to Tibetan calendar.
BA Amitabha Buddha Day
BD Baden: unfavourable for putting up flags
BM Medicine Buddha Day
BS Shakyamuni Buddha Day
DP Dharmapala Day
LD Ludok: unfavourable for Naga Offering
LT Luthep: favourable for Naga Offering
ME Moon Eclipse: great day for accumulation of merit
NG Ngenpa Guzom: unfavourable for new project, e.g. gathering, inauguration
NN Nyinag: unfavourable for new project, e.g. marriage, inauguration
SE Sun Eclipse: a greater day for accumulation of merit
SN Shakngen: unfavourable for new project, e.g. marriage, inauguration
TN Tashi Nyima: auspicious day in a general sense
YK Yenkong: unfavourable for new project, e.g. marriage, inauguration
ZC Zangpo Chuzom: auspicious day, good for gathering

Duchen great anniversaries, special days of Buddha Shakyamuni, etc., good for accumulating merits.
Tsezang good days for accumulating merits
Naga Powerful long-lived serpent-like beings who inhabit in water, guard great treasure. Some great protectors of the Dharma are nagas such as Eight Major Nagas.