On this Guru Rinpoche day, I would like to share with you some advice about two more qualities that are important both for worldly life
The Buddhist tradition offers a number of antidotes to loneliness. Because the Buddha taught dependent origination– that everything arises dependently, connection matters.
When we really want to practice Dharma we wish to carry on until we die. We don’t want to stop! Dharma practice is a continuous
Overcoming resistance means understanding our own behavior and habits. And many of us have patterns of laziness or of rebelling against rules and regulations. So,
As we begin to practice meditation, many of us experience doubts. One of the biggest questions is, “How can I concentrate? My mind gets distracted
The point of meditation is not to be calm. Instead, in this video teaching, Phakchok Rinpoche reminds us that the point of meditation is to
Mindfulness means reminding ourselves about how to behave and think. Phakchok Rinpoche gives instructions on how to understand mindfulness as a whole package.
Handling our habits is a crucial practice for meditators. How does a beginning meditator train?
Our minds swing back and forth crazily without any stability. That is the “swing” of karma. If we don’t “swing” with karma, it cannot do
Phakchok Rinpoche relects upon his visit to Earthfire Wildlife Sanctuary and how it changed his perception of wildlife.