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INTERVIEWS
and
TEACHINGS

Ajam Rinpoche interviews 2001, 2007. Nyarong, eastern Tibet.

Ama Adhe interviews 2006. Dharamsala, India, and Washington, D.C.

Dalai Lama XIV interview 2007. Washington, D.C.

Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche teaching, August 19, 1990. Prapoutel, France.

Gelek Rinpoche interview 2007. Washington, D.C.

Jamphel Sherab Rinpoche interview 2008. Golok, eastern Tibet.

Khamtrul Rinpoche teaching, August 12, 1992 (a). Lerab Ling, Roqueredonde, France.

Khamtrul Rinpoche teaching, January 14, 1992 (b). Dzogchen Monastery, Kollegal, India.

Khamtrul Rinpoche interview, April 2008. New York City.

Khamtrul Rinpoche interview, January 2013. Dharamsala, India.

Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok teaching, August 24, 1993. Lerab Ling, Roqueredonde, France.

Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok teaching, August 27, 1993. Lerab Ling, Roqueredonde, France.

Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok interview, November, 1999. Larung Gar, eastern Tibet.

Khenpo Namdrol Rinpoche teaching, May 2007. Alameda, California.

Lama Wangde interview 2001. Nyarong, eastern Tibet.

Lama Wangde interview 2004. Nyarong, eastern Tibet.

Lodi Gyari interview, April 2008. Washington D.C.

Matthieu Ricard interview, March 2004. Kathmandu, Nepal.

Nyoshul Khenpo Rinpoche teaching, September 22, 1985. Rigpa, London.

Orgyen Topgyal Rinpoche teaching, August 18 and 23, 1996. Lerab Ling, Roqueredonde, France.

Sherab Ozer Rinpoche interview, June 1998. Washington, D.C.

Sherab Ozer Rinpoche teaching, July 1998. Lerab Ling, Roqueredonde, France.

Tashi Tsering interview, December 2002. Dharamsala.

Tulku Thondup interview, November 2007. Boston.

PHOTO CREDITS

Page 9
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 23
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 29
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 30
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 77
: courtesy of Dzongsar Monastery, Tibet

Page 89
: courtesy of the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, Staten Island, NY

Page 117
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 123
: courtesy of Dzongsar Monastery, Tibet

Page 125
: courtesy of Sogyal Rinpoche

Page 131
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 153
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 157
: courtesy of Sogyal Rinpoche

Page 193
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 205
: photo by Alak Gurong, Orgyen Jikdrel Chöying Dorje, circa 1913

Page 213
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 217
: photo by Matteo Pistono

Page 253
: photo by Jurek Schreiner

Page 258
: courtesy of Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok

Page 261
: courtesy of Rigpa

ABOUT
the
AUTHOR

Matteo Pistono is a writer, photographer, and practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism. Pistono lived and traveled throughout Tibet and the Himalayas for a decade, bringing to the West graphic accounts and photos of China’s human rights abuses in Tibet, detailed in his memoir,
In the Shadow of the Buddha
(Dutton 2011). Pistono’s writings and photographs about Tibetan and Himalayan cultural, political, and spiritual landscapes have appeared in
The Washington Post,
BBC’s
In-Pictures, The Global Post, Men’s Journal, Kyoto Journal,
and
HIMAL South Asia.
He is the founder of Nekorpa (
www.nekorpa.org
), a nonprofit foundation working to protect sacred pilgrimage sites around the world, and he sits on the executive council of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists, and the board of directors of Rigpa Fellowship and the Conservancy for Tibetan Art and Culture. Pistono and his wife, Monica, divide their time between Wyoming, Washington, D.C., and Asia.
www.matteopistono.com

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