Dignity

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? Kyabgön Phakchok Rinpoche speaks often on the subject of dignity. It is a vital quality for a dharma practitioner. In this video clip from a public talk in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts in...

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Four Qualities of Compassion + Video -

Jun 8, 2014

Dear Friends Near and Far, 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...

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Four Points to Apply to Your Life -

Apr 9, 2014

Dear Friends Near and Far, I hope this finds you all well and happy. I recently finished two months of retreat and have been keeping you all in mind and heart. At the moment at our monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal,...

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The Three Qualities -

Aug 26, 2012

Dear Dharma Brothers and Sisters, I hope you have all been happy and healthy. I have been well and busy hopping from one city to another on the eastern coast of United States. I started out this morning at the...

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