Recorded Teachings

Many of the teachings given at the Indiana Buddhist Center have been recorded and are available for free download.

Geshe Jinpa Sonam


In this three part series, Geshe la teaches the Seven Limb Arya Tara practice. It provides a gradual process of purification of karma and generation of merit that enables us to prepare our mind and request inspiration at the beginning, to progress along the path in the middle, and to complete all the aspects of the path to enlightenment in the most beneficial way at the end. It can be one’s main daily practice or a preliminary practice.

Geshe Jinpa Sonam

2018 -

'A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life', by Shantideva, is one of most revered and studied texts in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Shantideva describes in verse ways to generate and cultivate the mind of enlightenment (Bodhicitta), and inspires us to cultivate the perfections of the Bodhisattva and actualize that intention by becoming a Buddha.

Geshe Jinpa Sonam


'The Jewel Ornament of Liberation', by Gampopa, has been described as a masterwork of Tibetan Buddhism, providing the complete foundation for study and practice, from the beginning to Buddhahood.

Jason McDonald


Jason McDonald leads classes including Seven Point Mind Training, and a discussion of Atisha's Seven Point Mind Training teachings.

Geshe Jinpa Sonam and Geshe Stenzin Mejay


This important set of teachings present the nature of mind, consciousness and awareness. When we have a better understanding of our mind, we are better able to actively reduce negative and harmful emotions and mental states, cultivate positive ones, and progress on the path.

Geshe Jinpa Sonam

2016 - 2017

Geshe Jinpa Sonam gave teachings based on the text by the Tibetan master Thogme Zangpo, who had a profound realization of genuine compassion and love. It consists of thirty-seven verses that provide instruction on the activities of a Bodhisattva.

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