Dreaming Your Way To Higher Consciousness with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

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Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is a revered Tibetan teacher who loves to translate complex Eastern principles into terms and images that are accessible to the Western mind. He’ll even explain how you can rid yourself of anger much as you would eliminate a file on your computer using the “select” and “delete” functions. But he also acknowledges that it’s part of a lifelong journey, and offers a range of tools and practices, such as sound, movement, and dreams, to help you gain understanding of your emotions and access the power of your own loving spirit. After all, he says, your loving energy is the vibration that can clear away all clouds, and allow the light of the divine to break through. Rinpoche explains, "We all have love. But when there is no inner fire, it doesn't ripen. So if there's some way to generate those inner fires with sound, with breathing, with movement—qualities of your own loving spirit that exist in you, will rapidly ripen. As the sun's heat ripens the flower, the inner heat ripens the inner flower of love." (hosted by Michael Toms)


Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is the founder and spiritual director of Ligmincha Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing the Bon Buddhist tradition to the Western world. Rinpoche is a beloved teacher throughout the United States, Mexico, and Europe, and a prolific author.

His books include:

To learn more about the work of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche go to www.ligmincha.org.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How you can wake up in the morning feeling happy
  • The four qualities you can cultivate while you dream
  • How you can use sounds to release anger
  • Why you can’t spontaneously replace anger with love
  • Which sounds come from your stomach, and which ones come from your heart

Host: Michael Toms     Interview Date: 5/23/2008     Program Number: 3263

Music Playlist

From Album: Sleeping Lotus
Artist: Li Xiang-Ting
2005 Real Music RM-3170

Opening Essay: Track 03 Calm Lake
Music Break 1: Track 01 Lilac Dreams
Music Break 2: Track 05 Phoenix Spreads Wings
Music Break 3: Track 11 Moonlight on the Lake