The four mind changings form the foundation of the Vajrayāna path. When we commit to this path, we start by practicing the preliminary practices: the ngöndro.
Four Mind Changings
First, Khenpo requests that we learn about the meaning of a precious human life. Then, he asks us to make an effort to share these
Khenpo Gyaltsen recently taught the four mind changings in Sao Paolo, Brasil. In this excerpt from his talk, Khenpo-la explains that first we have to
Meditating without judgment means that we stop the inner, “How am I doing?” commentary. Don’t we do this in most of our activities?
As we practice the Dharma teachings, we should always reflect on the qualities of good human beings. In this video teaching, Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche begins
Three key steps can improve your meditation sessions and ensure that your practice is meaningful. In this audio clip from a retreat in Hong
Phakchok Rinpoche explains how to practice daily the Four Mind changings.