Words from the Karmapa





Tibetan Buddhist leader His Holiness the Seventeenth Gyalwang Karmapa describes how oneness begins as an internal experience, explaining that Tibetan Buddhists have studied and meditated a great deal on this ultimate truth. While traditional practices do foster a consciousness of oneness, His Holiness says that religions must also adapt to the changing needs of people.




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