Rime (pronounced Ree-may), in its spirit, is non-sectarian.
Rime is a movement within Tibetan Buddhism where a person studies not just one lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, but studies and learns from many. The point is to preserve many of the teachings and traditions and also to remove sectarian views. Rime is something useful for Tibetan buddhist practitioners, but I believe the spirit of rime is something useful for western buddhist practitioners as a whole. Continue reading