The background is copied from the gorgeously illustrated web site of Osel Shen Phen Ling, Tibetan Buddhist Center, Missoula, Montana, USA.  They ask only that credit be given and a link to their site provided by anyone who wants to use their illustrations.

The Om Mani Padme Hum prayer wheels and the red stationary prayer gifs at the top of this page are copied from
the Dharma Haven web site's prayer wheel page.  Dharma Haven in turn thanks others for these gifs, which are intended for use by anyone who wishes to help spread the Dharma teachings.

The large picture of the Bodhisattva of Compassion (Chenrezig/Avalokitesvara) is taken from a web page which I have lost track of.  If anyone knows the origin of this jpg file, please inform me, so that I can credit the source.

If you are near San Diego, check out Buddhist Resources in San Diego County for contact information for every Buddhist group in the county.

Other excellent Buddhist links include:
Rigpa International (Nyingma, the original Tibetan Buddhist tradition - Sogyal Rinpoche)
Dzogchen Lineage (Another fine Nyingma teacher, Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche)
Diamond Way Buddhism (Tibetan Karma Kagyu tradition - Lama Ole Nydahl)
Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (Tibetan Gelugpa tradition - Lama Zopa Rinpoche)
Kalachakra Net (info from beginning level on to advanced Tibetan Vajrayana practice -- a great site!)
Access to Insight (a wonderful Theravada site offering over 1,000 Sutras in English translation)
Mahayana Buddhist Sutras in English (a great site!)
Vimalakirti Nirdesa Sutra (Thurman's translation of this sutra, in its entirety!)
Beautiful Tibetan Buddhist screen savers may be downloaded for free at artist Rayo Leaf's site!
Buddha's Light International Association (Humanistic Buddhism, Fo Guang Shan hq site in Taiwan)
Jack Kornfield's article on the relationship between meditation and psychotherapy
The Bodhisattva of Compassion is known in Sanskrit as Avalokitesvara, in Tibetan as Chenrezig, and in Chinese as Kuan Yin.

The mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum" in Tibetan script appears in the background and also in the four gifs above.

My thanks to the wonderful Buddhist web sites from which these images were taken. Credits and links appear below.
This page was last updated on: September 17, 2014
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