6 Perfections

Patience: Practicing the Pāramitās in Daily Life Part Four -

Sep 19, 2019

Patience comes into play when we encounter anger or difficult outside circumstances. This third of the six transcendental perfections, or pāramitās, helps us to remain stable as we face problems in mundane...

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Discipline: Practicing the Pāramitās in Daily Life Part 3 -

Sep 15, 2019

Discipline tends to sound uncomfortable or like a penalty to most modern people.  But, here, in this short video teaching Tulku Migmar Tsering explains that when we correctly practice discipline, we maintain...

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Generosity: Practicing the Pāramitās in Daily Life: Part Two -

Sep 12, 2019

Generosity practice is the first of the six transcendental perfections, or pāramitās. In this short teaching, Tulku Migmar Tsering first gives a clear definition of generosity in the Buddhist context.  We practice...

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Practicing the Pāramitās in Daily Life: Part One -

Sep 10, 2019

Practicing the Pāramitās represents a major element of the Mahayana Buddhist path.  These six “transcendental perfections” (Tib. parol tu chinpa druk)  enable practitioners to accumulate both merit and wisdom.  In the first...

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