A New Arising of My Homeland, the Snow Land of Tibet

by Ogyan Trinley Dorje the 17th Gyalwa Karamapa From the Archives Ashé Journal, Vol 3, Issue 2, Summer 2004. Amid a healing grove of refreshing sala trees, We discuss this time of the year two thousand. From the lakeshore, the melting white moon of merit is seen; Its rays illuminating like the body of the […]

Commentary on the Book of the Dead

by Branden Connell from the archives Ashé Journal, Vol 5, Issue 3, 295-300, Fall 2006. The third century Indian philosopher Nagarjuna said that if a person were to heap together the bones from the bodies of all their previous rebirths, the pile would be higher than Mt. Everest—and that, in the future, if one does not […]