dignity

Life Goes On

Jan 15, 2018

Regardless on who we are, or what our plans and goals are, life goes on. Phakchok Rinpoche, in this audio clip, suggests that we remind ourselves of this fact....

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Confidence with Compassion: Building Dignity

Mar 30, 2017

Phakchok Rinpoche says that if we really examine ourselves, we can learn how to develop stable confidence. The good news is that as practitioners we can easily train in developing confidence, also known as dignity. He notes that every single...

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Building Dignity Through Supplication

Sep 20, 2016

Building dignity through supplication may sound contradictory. In the Vajrayana path, however, supplication is continually emphasized. Why is this...

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Buddhist Dignity: Gentle Looseness and Not Too Reactive

Mar 29, 2016

Dignity. What does the word mean to you? Phakchok Rinpoche speaks often on the subject of dignity. It is a vital quality for a dharma practitioner. Dignity is not pride that looks down on others. Dignity comes with...

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Four Qualities of Compassion

Jun 8, 2014

These days we often mistake what it’s meant to be a dharma practitioner. The heart of the buddhadharma is to tame one’s own mind, so a dharma practitioner is someone who is able to do this, who can see their...

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Four Points to Apply to Your Life

Apr 9, 2014

What I'd like to mention in today's message are a few points that apply both to the mundane world and the spiritual...

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The Three Qualities

Aug 26, 2012

Whether in your mundane life or your spiritual, always remind your self of the three qualities: Intelligence and wisdom in your brain, compassion in your heart, and dignity and confidence in your...

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