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Surfing the Himalayas

Charged with energy, humor and insight, Surfing the Himalayas is the fast-paced story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high. While there he surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined. In an accident of karmic fate, the young man plows into Master Fwap, a Buddhist monk who becomes his teacher of snowboarding and enlightenment.

El Ciclo de la Iluminacion

El ciclo de la iluminación

Este grupo de conferencias, por Rama, el Dr. Frederick P. Lenz, es un resumen, una compresión de conocimiento que representa una enorme cantidad de sabiduría. Los temas incluyen: meditación, budismo, poder, balance, sabiduría, iluminación, felicidad personal, reencarnación, éxito profesional, milagros, meditación intermedia, y El ciclo de la iluminación.

Samadhi

Samadhi is one of three meditation music albums designed by Rama - Dr. Frederick Lenz. Samadhi can be used for morning or evening meditation. This CD contains fourteen tracks composed by Zazen, produced by Rama.

Recent Blog Posts

Running a meditation hall is one certain way to tune up your practice. If you don’t rely on your practice each and every day, it will surely drive you nuts. I’ve been running Dharma Center as a labor of love for nearly 16 years. There’s no way I could do it alone.

(by Chinjandra)  "I will come and go in this world and be forgotten.  That's freedom.

But I do have a role to play in this cosmic game.

I may ease the suffering of another; I may give joy or I may die in the attempt.

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Two weekends ago, a few of us traveled to the Shambala Mountain Center in Colorado for the Lenz Foundation conference with Foundation grantees and their collaboration partners. At Shambhala, we enjoyed the power of the land, the open meadows, the crisp mountain air, a vibrant and beautiful Stupa and the company of Buddhist monks from multiple lineages living in America.