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Buddhism and Social Media

There have been many great teachers across the history of mankind. Some are well known to us, such as Mohammed or the Buddha, but many are not. Within the Tibetan Buddhist traditions I study in there are even teachers who are well respected and still revered for their wisdom, such as Jigme Lingpa or Naropa, but few people in the public eye know of them. Even though they had tremendous wisdom to share, their access to the mainstream public was…




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Lodro Rinzler

Lodro Rinzler

Lodro Rinzler is author of “The Buddha Walks into a Bar,” “Love Hurts” and a handful of other fun books on meditation | Co-Founder of MNDFL.

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