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The following list of web links, are sites we visit on a regular basis, and have been a source of inspiration and teachings for us; we highly recommend you visit them too.

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BuddhaNet

Posted by: Butterfly On: March 02, 2008

Buddhist information and education network. Featuring: BuddhaZine, Retreat center information, the world Buddhist Directory, eBooks, Daily Readings

Official Dalai lama Web Site

Posted by: Butterfly On: March 02, 2008

Features: Latest NEWS, Bio, FAQs, Contact him, Teachings, Speeches, Photos, His Schedule and Webcasts

Official Lama Surya Das Web Site

Posted by: Butterfly On: March 02, 2008

Features: Apperances, Book Store, Chat Room, Ask The Lama, About Surya, Press Room.

Shambhala Buddhism Web Site

Posted by: Butterfly On: March 02, 2008

Features: Meditation, Teaching library (audio files).

Snow Lion Canada

Posted by: Buddha Dude On: April 13, 2008

The store was founded in 1978 under the name 'Tibetan Arts and Crafts' mainly to support the Tibetan refugees through making their handicrafts available in Toronto. In 1980, the name was changed to the now 'Snow Lion'. we offer meditation supplies (zafu cushions and zabuton mats made on premise), spiritual essentials, books, statues and ritual items. Snow Lion services the expanding spiritual/Dharma communities and those searching for a path to inner peace. The store is a haven of tranquility and peace that is felt by all those entering through her doors.

Mind & Life Institute

Posted by: Buddha Dude On: April 29, 2008

The Mind & Life Institute is an independent, not-for-profit organization devoted to establishing a mutually respectful working collaboration and research partnerships between modern science and Buddhism, two of the world's most fruitful traditions for understanding the nature of reality and promoting human well-being.

The Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT)

Posted by: Buddha Dude On: April 29, 2008

The Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) transmits the Mahayana Buddhist tradition and values worldwide through Tibetan Buddhist teachings, meditation, community service, retreat centers, and projects that preserve the tradition. FPMT is based on the Gelugpa tradition of Lama Tsongkhapa of Tibet as taught by our founder, Lama Thubten Yeshe and spiritual director, Lama Zopa Rinpoche.

Crystal Journey With Quartz Crystal Bowls and Paiste Gongs

Posted by: Buddha Dude On: December 22, 2008

A special musical performance to take the listener on a magical journey through our solar system with singing quartz crystal bowls, Paiste Planet gongs and Vibraphone.

This is one of the most incredible concerts we have ever been too! You do not listen with your ears; you feel it with your whole mind and body. The two, approximately, one hour sets, were some of the best sense meditations we have experienced. Both Butterfly and I highly recommend you attend any of David’s performances, or just go to his website and either stream his music or support him and buy a CD or two (we have three of his CDs now).
- Buddha Dude

Tibetan Arts

Posted by: Buddha Dude On: Jan 29, 2010

  • Singing Bowl
  • Sterling Silver Items
  • Incense
  • Semi-precious Stones
  • Mask
  • Statues
  • Pashmina Shawl
  • Handmade Gifts
  • Handmade Necklaces
  • Meditation CDs

Butterfly and I found this small store in Toronto when we took the family to the ROM; this store is absolutely fantastic and we could have spent hours in there (and a ton of money too, LOL). They are a small family run business and at this time they do not have a web site so we are posting their street address and phone number instead. If you are in the area, we highly recommend you drop by.

  • 2487 A Yonge Street, (North of Eglington Subway Station)
  • Toronto, Ontario, M4P2H6
  • Phone: (416) 932-8684

Among-Friends.ca

Posted by: Buddha Dude On: June 20, 2010

This site is run by a friend of ours, Nadhia Sutara, she leads fantastic meditations and retreats in both Ontario and BC.


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