We partner with and provide financial and other support for institutions, individuals and initiatives dedicated to the preservation of the teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
Working with publishers, we provide financial and other support for the editing and publication of projects that presents the work of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche or that promote greater understanding of his life and work through:
- Films and other documents
We support events and programs of study that present the teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, as well as programs of study to train future editors and archivists. We promote access to Chogyam Trungpa’s teachings, through the creation of:
- Online Resources,
- Learning Communities
- Libraries of His Work.
We help to spread the word and raise awareness of the importance of Chögyam Trungpa’s work. Support our activities.
On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Parinirvana of the Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, we aspired to support the realization of 25 goals including:
- CTR Online
- Stewardship, Mentoring And Training
Buddha was a great revolutionary in his way of thinking. He developed the creative side of revolution, which is not trying to get help from anyone else, but finding out for oneself.
The Lion's Roar is the fearless proclamation that any state of mind, including the emotions, is a workable situation. We must respect whatever happens in our state of mind. Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news.
The main point in working with people is to appreciate and manifest simplicity rather than trying to create new theories or categories of behavior. Simplicity begins to make much more sense than speculation.
You are here; you are living; let it be that way—that is mindfulness. Let every beat of your heart, every breath, be mindfulness itself.
You have to start with ego, and use ego, and from there it gradually wears out, like a pair of shoes. But you have to use it and wear it out thoroughly, so it is not preserved.
The challenge of warriorship is to live fully in the world as it is and to find within this world, with all its paradoxes, the essence of nowness.