Peace for the Soul

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MY inner light FOR TIBET


MY inner light FOR TIBET

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Love for Tibet




"Never give up"

No matter what is going on
Never give up
Develop the heart
Too much energy in your country
Is spent developing the mind
Instead of the heart
Be compassionate
Not just to your friends
But to everyone
Be compassionate
Work for peace
In your heart and in the world
Work for peace
And I say again
Never give up
No matter what is going on around you
Never give up.


- Poem by the Dalai Lama -





The true meaning of life

We are visitors on this planet,
We are here for ninety
Or hundred years
At the very most.
During that period,
We must try to do something good,
Something useful,
With our lives.
If you contribute to other people’s happiness,
You will find the true goal,
The true meaning of life.


- 14th Dalai Lama



Dalai Lama: Peace means Happiness




藥師佛心咒 Deva Premal The Gyuto Monks of Tibet Healing (梵音)


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Comment by Eva Libre on August 18, 2015 at 4:18pm

Thanks Desmond. You're welcome. Nothing more inspiring than source material and beautiful images....

Comment by desmond dillon on August 18, 2015 at 3:55pm

thank you for your comments here Eva. they are lovely..

Comment by Eva Libre on August 16, 2015 at 10:47pm

The Tibetan word "Lama" means the Unsurpassable Teacher. The "La" is based on quality of the realization and the "Ma" is symbolized the mother, the loving-kindness and affection that one need to have, just like a mother gives to her children.

~ H.H. Penor Rinpoche

Comment by Eva Libre on April 18, 2015 at 10:47am

A wonderful rendition of the Tibetan National Anthem by Kelsang Chuki Tenthong.

Comment by Eva Libre on April 29, 2014 at 6:32pm

Imagine a person who suddenly wakes up in the hospital after an automobile accident to find that she is suffering from total amnesia. Outwardly, everything is intact: She has the same face and form, her senses and her mind are there, but she doesn’t have any idea or any trace of a memory of who she really is.

In exactly the same way, we cannot remember our true identity, our original nature. Frantically, and in real dread, we cast around and improvise another identity, one we clutch with all the desperation of someone falling continuously into an abyss. This false and ignorantly assumed identity is "ego."

— Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, chapter 8

Comment by Eva Libre on June 3, 2013 at 5:23pm

H.H. Gyalwang Karmapa

Comment by Eva Libre on June 3, 2013 at 5:02pm

Every day, think as you wake up, today I am fortunate to be alive, I have a precious human life, I am not going to waste it. I am going to use all my energies to develop myself, to expand my heart out to others; to achieve enlightenment for the benefit of all beings. I am going to have kind thoughts towards others, I am not going to get angry or think badly about others. I am going to benefit others as much as I can.
/H.H.Dalai Lama/

Comment by Lothar Seifert on March 6, 2013 at 1:43pm

For all women in the world, especially in Tibet. Best wishes to the international women day.

Comment by Luna Arjuna on January 12, 2013 at 9:28am


Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, text in Tibetan: "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood."


oil & digital painting by Adèla Stefanov

Comment by Marianne de Zwart on July 6, 2012 at 10:08pm

What a great honor to have the Dalai Lama still amidst us celebrating his birthday on Earth.

He never stops preaching about peace over the world and about nonviolence. Before him it was Mandela in South-Africa which applied nonviolence and reconciliation to overcome Apartheid. He had learned ir from Gandhi, who got India free from the grip of the British Empire without violence. We know about Jezus who advised not to hit back if someone hits you. And even Mohammed considered nonviolence and peace to prefer above the wars he had against his chasers from Mekka when he was telling what he had to say to the people given in by ArchAngel Gabriël, which the people in Mekka didn't like to hear. Finally there was peace between Mohammed and the people from Mekka from where he was driven away after which moment he created Medina to live. Also Pramahansa Yogananda teached to find the connection with God by Yoga to have inner peace.

Inner peace creates outer peace. Braco with his Gaze of Light gives a awakening within. We can visit his sessions in the USA or in Europe or see him via LifestreamTV. There are more teachers, who emphasise to get connected with the Universe and be calm and find peace within.  This is the most important lesson. The Dalai Lama reminds us of this lesson, thank God. May The Dalai Lama be able to continue preaching his lessons for still many years.


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Quote of the moment:

"Choose your thoughts
carefully. Keep what
brings you peace, release
what brings you suffering.
And know that happiness
is just a thought away."

Nishan Panwar

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