Phone: (917) 699-1284


What if moments of transition — death, divorce, even moving from sleep to waking — were opportunities for spiritual awakening?

Tibetan Buddhist teachers have long been teaching about bardos, intervals — gaps as short as a finger snap, or as long as the period between life and death. Now a young teacher who is fast gaining popularity in the West, The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, has created an exceptional book about these ancient wisdom teachings.

Bookmark and Share

Latest From the Blog

  • Sherri Rosen Interviews Intl Best Selling Author, Sagar Constantin, About “The Life”
    July 28, 2022

      1. Why did you write this series?   I have gone from being a hardcore business woman who worked hard and didn’t believe in anything I couldn’t see or feel to living a life in touch with my heart and tune with the universe. When the story of In-Between came to me, I could feel the […]

  • Do I Have to Justify My Joy When Things Are Sh*t in USA and Internationally?
    March 3, 2022

    I pondered the above question  after experiencing so much joy and aliveness after seeing the brilliance of the musical, “Moulin Rouge” on Broadway!The songs, the dancing, the joy and sharing this experience with people in person.  My whole body took it all in. All that joy and aliveness. Being shut in, on and off, for […]

  • Google Plus Link
  • Twitter Link