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Lucid dreams as a bridge between realities | Chongtul Rinpoche | TEDxFultonStreet



This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. By walking the line between the dream world and the waking world, we can train to access more of our own wisdom and our own consciousness. In this discussion, we learn about his mode of spirituality.

Chongtul Rinpoche is a reincarnated Tibetan lama who grew up in India and studied philosophy for over 20 years. He was the director of a Bön monastery in India and now resides in America and gives various courses in Tibetan philosophy. In the US he founded a Bon educational fund that provides education and training for students of Tibetan philosophy around the world as well as for over 400 Tibetan orphan children living in India and Nepal. Bön is the indigenous religion of Tibet.

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