Noble Stack of Auspiciousness – A Mahayana Sutra
In Sanskrit, Arya mangala kuta nama mahayana sutra.

Homage to all buddhas and bodhisattvas.
This I have heard. At one time the Bhagavan was on Supreme Mountain, in the Stack of Auspiciousness
palace, dwelling in the grove of flowers under a canopy of stacked vajras…[more]

His Holiness the Dalai Lama: Blessing of the site of Lhungtok Choekhorling Monastery, 13 June 2014
So, brothers and sisters…I would like to express my thanks to those speakers for their speeches. Then also I would like to express my deep appreciation towards the people headed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche; you see with long sightedness. For many years they [have] made an effort. Then that Italian monk [ven. Massimo Stordi], usually I call him “Big Nose!” – I appreciate very much. Whenever I meet him, I always touch his nose…[more]

The Verses of the Eight Noble Auspicious Ones
Om! Homage to the Buddha, Dharma and Noble Sangha –
All that dwells in the auspicious realms of the ten directions,
Where all appearances and existence is completely pure,
Its nature spontaneously perfect,
May all be auspicious for us…[more]

Benefits: this talk was given by Lama Zopa Rinpoche in Nalanda Monastery, France 
All the happiness and peace of sentient beings depends only on the teachings of the Buddha because the cause of their suffering is not outside, it is within: the negative emotional thoughts, the delusions, the karma motivated by that and the negative imprints left on the mental continuum by the delusions. The antidote, like medicine to cure sickness, is only the teaching of Buddha, which, as is mentioned in the texts, includes the teachings and the realizations-these two things. [more]

His Holiness the Dalai Lama: Lectio Magistralis, 21 September 2017
I am deeply honoured to have been awarded a Honorary Master’s Degree in Clinical and Health Psychology by the University of Pisa. This recognition, coming form one of Europe’s most eminent and historic universities, represents a powerful affirmation of my enduring efforts to create a bridge between the insights of the ancient Indian science of the mind and contemporary psychology [more]