Jack DeTar shares Rinpoche’s path of authentic meditation taken from “In The Footsteps of Bodhisattvas”
Tulku Migmar Tsering introduces the concept of Buddha-nature using a series of traditional examples.
Understand ignorance. Why would we need to do that if we are studying our minds? Most of us come to meditation retreats or Buddhist teachings
In this short audio teaching, Phakchok Rinpoche answers a student question asking about the very essence of bodhicitta.
Buddha-nature refers to the ground, the basic nature that we all share. It is our “starting point”, so to speak. We refer to the ground
Khenpo Gyaltsen knows that discussions of impermanence can cause strange reactions. Our nature is impermanent. There is no reason to feel unhappy about it. We
In this advice session with students, Phakchok Rinpoche explains that Buddhism encompasses a great deal. “Buddhism is everything!” he says.
Buddhism offers us so many types of training tools. In this video clip, Phakchok Rinpoche discusses the vast array of training tools that we can use
Phakchok Rinpoche answers a student question on developing pure perception.
I hope you are all well wherever you may be. On this precious Guru Rinpoche Day, the first in 2015, I would like to share