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
We know that we ourselves will eventually die. We know, and yet … are we really taking these teachings to heart as the Buddha and
In this article, Nina Eder reflects on Phakchok Rinpoche’s instructions on taking time to reflect on our minds.
The concept, ‘form is emptiness’, that had seemed absurd now grabbed my thinking like nothing else. I had thought it meant that things weren’t real
When we hear that our innate nature is Buddha -nature, are we confident that it is so? How do we develop dignity–a sense of
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
As Vajrayāna and Mahāyāna practitioners we can regularly engage in self-reflection to check our progress.
We gradually train in understanding these crucial points to give our
We’re busy people and have lots of responsibilities and activities, so often we may forget to engage in self-reflection. But, we may want to look
If we are serious about the Buddhist path, then we can and should reflect on the fundamentals. Here, Phakchok Rinpoche reminds us to reflect on
When reflecting, it is important to do so with your practice, personality, responsibility, and so forth. Reflect on your actions and reflect on your self.