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05 June 2024

NEW-LOOK NKT YOUTUBE

 We are pleased to announce the launch of a new-look NKT YouTube Channel. The aim of this is to make Modern Kadampa Buddhism accessible to everyone providing people with constant inspiration and wisdom for their daily lives.

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Welcome to the nkt youtube channel!

A library of teachings by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

The library of precious teachings of our Founder, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, can be accessed on this playlist.

In the coming months we will be adding new extracts of his teachings.

New Playlists

New playlists are available and new content will be added each week.

learn about Buddhism and Meditation

New playlists include a section called Learn about Meditation and Buddhism. Ideal for introducing people to Kadam Dharma, playlists include Guided Meditations and Introductory Teachings. Make sure you subscribe and share the news with your friends!

The Quiet zone

This new playlist provides very peaceful content which is ideal for people who use YouTube to wind down. Check out these playlists Readings from TharpaMeditations on the Path to EnlightenmentWatching for a Calm Mind

Share with your friends who want help to unwind.

podcasts, stories and more...

Our Kadampa podcasts are well established and we will be adding stories, conversations, feature videos and more.

teachings from international teachers

And of course you can find hundreds of videos with teachings on subjects such as Transforming Adverse Conditions, Faith, Renunciation, Death, Emptiness, Improving Relationships, Karma, Happiness, Tantra, and more, covering main Buddhist topics.

NKT - KMC LONDON - 2024 (18)

Buddhist art and ritual courses

NKT - MENLHA KMC - 2024 (3)

Weekend retreats on faith and a good heart

NKT - KMC MEXICO - 2024 (14)

Wisdom & Compassion in Mexico

NKT-IKBU - Kadampa - Colombia - Bogota - IMG_20240622_175247

Peaceful minds in peaceful environments