Interdependence 101: How I Learned to Ask for Help

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How can I apply the Buddhist teachings about interdependence to my fear of asking for help? Am I a nuisance to others? How to examine the inner movies and hidden scripts that determine our beliefs about who we are.

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Western Buddhism: Work in Progress

Where are we going as Western Buddhist practitioners? What would a North American Buddhism look and feel like?

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A Day of Inner Exploration in Boulder

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Psychotherapist Beth Patterson reports on the Rebel Buddha Tour event with Dzogchen Ponlop and other Buddhist leaders in Boulder, CO on Nov 27.   Photos: Boulder Theater – Brigitte Lause. Slideshow – Timothy Patterson.  All other photos -Jilli Bethany.

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A High Time in Halifax!

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Debra Ross, Manager of Outreach for the College of Sustainability at Dalhousie University, reports on the Halifax event, featuring panelists Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Tyler DewarCarolyn Rose Gimian, and Scott WellenbachPhotos by Marvin Moore.

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Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche Talks with Buddhist Geeks

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What is the essential Dharma, beyond culture? How can we understand emptiness clearly? Is enlightenment a real possibility for anyone? Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche recently explored  these questions in an interview on Buddhist Geeks, brought to you again here.

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Getting It Right

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We created rebelbuddha.com to spark a lively, unstuffy interchange about Buddhist teachings, the questions they raise and the creative expression they ignite. To build a true and open community, we need your help.

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