Ep. 25: Radical Compassion - with Venerable Tenzin Chogkyi

Published: Jul 25 2021

This week, Sah welcomes Venerable Tenzin Chogkyi, a Buddhist monastic, activist, and popular Buddhist retreat leader and teacher. She loves bridging the worlds of Buddhist thought, current events, and the latest research in the field of positive psychology. She is passionate about social justice, and has taught in prisons in the US, Colombia, Australia, and New Zealand. She is also a certified teacher of the Compassion Cultivation Training and the Cultivating Emotional Balance programs. She is currently based at Land of Medicine Buddha in Soquel, CA.

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In this episode, Sah and GUEST discuss...

  • How Tenzin Chogkyi found Buddhism

  • The experience of going into retreat

  • Buddha nature

  • Love and compassion

  • The spiritual path

  • What is true happiness

  • Death and dying

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