नेपाली

Supreme Mind Training

Phakchok Rinpoche shares with us some of Atisha’s Root Verses on Training the mind. This supreme mindtraining offers clear, simple and straightforward advice to anyone who wishes to practice or just improve their lives by changing their way of thinking and acting.

Kunkhyen Jamgön Mipham Rinpoché’s Advice for Beginners

In the first month of the Tibetan year of the Iron Ox, Phakchok Rinpoche shares with us on Guru Rinpoche Day some short advice for practitioners from Kunkhyen Jamgon Mipham Rinpoche and correlates them with the Four Dharmas of Gampopa.

Guru Rinpoche with two of his heart disciples.

Prayer for Rebirth in the Copper-Colored Mountain of Glory

Phakchok Rinpoche shares with us a precious aspiration from Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal to be reborn in the Copper-Colored Mountain. It is a very practical and realisitc prayer which covers every step of the way to rebirth in the pure land.

Maha Guru

The Importance of Dignity

On the auspicious day of the birthday of Maha Guru Padmasambhava, Phakchok Rinpoche reminds his students about the importance of developing dignity.

Maha Guru

How to Be Pure

Phakchok Rinpoche talks about the quality of having a calm, relaxed mind state and being content. In order to have contentment, one needs to meditate with dignity. Rinpoche also highlights the importance of choosing proper role models to inspire us and not to be biased or self-righteous, both as practitioners and humans.

Maha Guru

Saga Dawa

Today’s Guru Rinpoche day is very special, because it falls within the month of Saga Dawa. In the Tibetan tradition, Saga Dawa is the month during which the Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and passed into nirvana. For this special message, then, I would like to draw from the Sutra of Liberation (Tar Do), which is a well-known sutra in the Tibetan tradition.

Maha Guru

The Importance of Being Reliable and Kind-Hearted

On this Guru Rinpoche day, I would like to tell you about the importance of being honest (gyü drangpo), reliable (gyü tenpo), and kind-hearted (sempa zangpo). Being honest, reliable, and kind-hearted is essential to Dharma practice, but it is also very important from a worldly perspective.

Dharma Stream during quarantine

Dharma-stream in the Time of Quarantine

Stories from Beijing Covid-19, known also as the coronavirus, is now all over the world. We all need to take precautionary measures to take care

Maha Guru

A Big Heart and a Strong Mind

My aspiration for you in this start of a new year is that you grasp the key points of practice—in particular, keeping a big heart and a strong mind which in Tibetan is called “khokpa chenpo”. First of all, to be honest, even though we do need to study in order to gain deeper knowledge of the Dharma, when it comes to practice, a key ingredient is to keep it simple.