There is a timeless universal wisdom concerning human existence and the existence of the universe. This wisdom is so old that it might even have been connected with ancient western knowledge long before it flowered in the eastern hemisphere in India and later on in Tibet. This wisdom encompasses the knowledge that our seemingly solid world in its deepest nature is subject to continuous becoming and cessation and that at its root anything is interconnected with everything else, in unity; and that everything which exists has a causal and interdependent nature. This means that each and every phenomenon only exists because of the coming together of countless causes and components in every moment – in duality. In Tibetan this knowledge, of the interdependent origination of everything that exists, is called “Tendrel”. Unity in Duality springs from the Buddhist Inner Science tradition’s expression of this universal knowledge. read more >
Tarab Tulku Dr. Phil. 1934-2004. Tarab Tulku, Tibetan Lama, concluded his studies in Tibetan Philosophy / "Science of Mind" in Tibet with the highest academic degree of a Lharampa Geshe. Rinpoche was Director of Tibet House in New Delhi, India, a lecturer at Copenhagen University for many years and researcher at the Royal Library of Copenhagen.
Tarab Ling is a research and study institute to promote the study into the ‘Unity in Duality’ paradigm. Tarab Ling was founded by Tarab Tulku and is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas in North India. The institute provides study facilities and accommodations. Courses, individual studies as well as conferences are conducted here. At this moment the institute is under construction, but part of the facilities are finished and now taken into use.
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