JMMTA Bhutan Tour 2018 Part 2
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
In 2018 a group, gathered through The Jacques Marchais, went on a tour of Bhutan. In this podcast Meg Ventrudo, former executive director of the Museum, sits down with Museum advisor Rudy Bacich to talk about her impressions of The Land of The Tiger's Nest. This is the conclusion of our talk on the Jacques Marchais' fascinating tour through the unique nation of Bhutan. Keep listening once our discussion has ended as we were able to obtain a bonus description of the Museum's 2013 visit to Bhutan, by way of Tibet, given by board member Peg Harrington, to relay even more background on this magica ..read more
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JMMTA Bhutan Tour 2018 Part 2
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
In 2018 a group, gathered through The Jacques Marchais, went on a tour of Bhutan. In this podcast Meg Ventrudo, former executive director of the Museum, sits down with Museum advisor Rudy Bacich to talk about her impressions of The Land of The Tiger's Nest. This is the conclusion of our talk on the Jacques Marchais' fascinating tour through the unique nation of Bhutan. Keep listening once our discussion has ended as we were able to obtain a bonus description of the Museum's 2013 visit to Bhutan, by way of Tibet, given by board member Peg Harrington, to relay even more background on this magica ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Bhutan Tour 2018 part 1
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
In 2018 a group, gathered through The Jacques Marchais, went on a tour of Bhutan. In this podcast Meg Ventrudo, former executive director of the Museum, sits down with Museum advisor Rudy Bacich to talk about her impressions of The Land of The Tiger's Nest. This is the first half of our talk on the Jacques Marchais' fascinating tour through the unique nation of Bhutan ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Bhutan Tour 2018 part 1
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
In 2018 a group, gathered through The Jacques Marchais, went on a tour of Bhutan. In this podcast Meg Ventrudo, former executive director of the Museum, sits down with Museum advisor Rudy Bacich to talk about her impressions of The Land of The Tiger's Nest. This is the first half of our talk on the Jacques Marchais' fascinating tour through the unique nation of Bhutan ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Podcast 9 Khenpo Pema Wangdak Pt - 2
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
We were fortunate to have had the opportunity to talk with Khenpo Pema about his life and experience of Buddhism as a native to its traditions, where cultivating a spiritual life is a cultural norm and as typical as going to prep school and pursuing a professional career path. As interest and intrigue in all forms of Buddhism and the related core concept of mindfulness have recently undergone renewed popularity in the West, we also asked about whether—and how—a serious student born and raised here might approach studies of concepts, and ethical guidelines for “becoming a better, more self awar ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Podcast 9 Khenpo Pema Wangdak Pt - 2
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
We were fortunate to have had the opportunity to talk with Khenpo Pema about his life and experience of Buddhism as a native to its traditions, where cultivating a spiritual life is a cultural norm and as typical as going to prep school and pursuing a professional career path. As interest and intrigue in all forms of Buddhism and the related core concept of mindfulness have recently undergone renewed popularity in the West, we also asked about whether—and how—a serious student born and raised here might approach studies of concepts, and ethical guidelines for “becoming a better, more self awar ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Podcast 8 Khenpo Pema Wangdak Pt - 1
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
Tasha Delek! And Happy 2018. On an unusually warm day in early December, Lauren Bielski sat down to discuss mindfulness and how students in the west might best investigate Buddhist ideas with Khenpo Pema Wangdak. This austere but gentle person was born in Western Tibet, raised in India, and became a monk in the Sakya tradition. Sakya is known for its systematic approach to tantric teachings called the lamdrey—the path and the goal—and for its rigorous application of Buddhist logic. Khenpo Pema settled in NYC to teach back in 1982, becoming the first of a younger generation of Tibetan teachers ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Bhutan Tour 2018 Part 2
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
In 2018 a group, gathered through The Jacques Marchais, went on a tour of Bhutan. In this podcast Meg Ventrudo, former executive director of the Museum, sits down with Museum advisor Rudy Bacich to talk about her impressions of The Land of The Tiger's Nest. This is the conclusion of our talk on the Jacques Marchais' fascinating tour through the unique nation of Bhutan. Keep listening once our discussion has ended as we were able to obtain a bonus description of the Museum's 2013 visit to Bhutan, by way of Tibet, given by board member Peg Harrington, to relay even more background on this magica ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Bhutan Tour 2018 Part 2
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
In 2018 a group, gathered through The Jacques Marchais, went on a tour of Bhutan. In this podcast Meg Ventrudo, former executive director of the Museum, sits down with Museum advisor Rudy Bacich to talk about her impressions of The Land of The Tiger's Nest. This is the conclusion of our talk on the Jacques Marchais' fascinating tour through the unique nation of Bhutan. Keep listening once our discussion has ended as we were able to obtain a bonus description of the Museum's 2013 visit to Bhutan, by way of Tibet, given by board member Peg Harrington, to relay even more background on this magica ..read more
Visit website
JMMTA Podcast 8 Khenpo Pema Wangdak Pt - 1
The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art monthly podcast
by The JMMTA podcast
1y ago
Tasha Delek! And Happy 2018. On an unusually warm day in early December, Lauren Bielski sat down to discuss mindfulness and how students in the west might best investigate Buddhist ideas with Khenpo Pema Wangdak. This austere but gentle person was born in Western Tibet, raised in India, and became a monk in the Sakya tradition. Sakya is known for its systematic approach to tantric teachings called the lamdrey—the path and the goal—and for its rigorous application of Buddhist logic. Khenpo Pema settled in NYC to teach back in 1982, becoming the first of a younger generation of Tibetan teachers ..read more
Visit website

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