In this teaching, Phakchok Rinpoche talks about the four correct perceptions required to be an authentic Vajrayana practitioner.
In this teaching, Rinpoche answers a series of student questions about Vajrayana practice.
In this document, Phakchok Rinpoche shares the eight essential points to hold in mind for any meditation session.
Phakchok Rinpoche would like to share this document with all his Vajrayana students so they may regularly reflect on the fourteen root Samayas, the life-essence
Drupla Sherab Dorje addresses a frequently asked student question regarding practice in general. Why, if Ngöndro practice is the key, is there a need for
Practitioners should take advantage of all opportunities to increase the accumulation of merit easily and swiftly. We need to know how to magnify our virtues.
“Don’t rush Dharma practice”, Phakchok Rinpoche advised an audience at Gomde Austria. But, on the other hand, don’t be too lazy–instead, practice self-reflection and motivation
There seems to be a lot of talk in Buddhist blogs, magazines and in real-time lectures about what it means for a guru to be
In modern culture, we seem to have lost the traditional regard for our mentors. In the old days, you apprenticed to a trade. Your master
What is devotion? Is there something about the guru/disciple relationship that makes it unsuited to the modern world? If this relationship is truly essential to