How do Buddhist teachings become a lifestyle? - Mitra Tyler Dewar - Nalandabodhi International
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email

How do Buddhist teachings become a lifestyle? – Mitra Tyler Dewar

What are the signs and the process by which the teachings of Buddhism become a part of our lifestyle? How does “helping others” manifest in this process?

In this candid interview, Mitra Tyler Dewar shares his thoughts about how we can engage our Buddhist practice in daily life, in ways that make a real and lasting positive shift in our lives and in the lives of those around us.

Appointed by his teacher, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, to serve as a senior teacher and meditation instructor for Nalandabodhi, Mitra Tyler teaches regularly around the world. 

Explore More Posts

Mind Without Borders

Mind Without Borders is a prison dharma program based out of the New York City Nalandabodhi sangha, providing Buddhist study through correspondence courses, dharma pen

Read More >

Sweeping the Shrine Room Floor

In his earliest teachings, the Buddha taught that the “wheel of action” begins with sweeping the shrine room floor, with mindfulness and awareness, of course.

Read More >