Recorded in October of 2020 at Tsoknyi Gechak Ling by the Tsoknyi Nepal Nuns
Rinpoche asked that we share this short video of a talk he gave in Malaysia on Compassion and Mercy as Common Values Between Islam and Buddhism. The conference was organized by the Vajrayana Buddhist Council
Q: I want to ask a few questions about this context of the transformation Buddhism is taking these days, because there is a lot of interference and mutual influence from West and East, back and
We are happy to share with you an article by Tsoknyi Rinpoche entitled Dzogchen: The Sky of Wisdom as published in the July 2014 issue of the Shambhala Sun. It’s free to download here: http://bit.ly/1neHz9g
“Everything we do, no matter how seemingly simple or straightforward, entails some sort of conceptual underpinning – some grounding in a belief or system of beliefs,” says Tsoknyi Rinpoche in his latest essay for The
Please read and enjoy Rinpoche’s latest Huffington Post essay on “How to Engage Life with Energy (And Be More Present).” Your thoughts and comments are welcome!
“As I’ve written before, aspiration bodhicitta – the motivation to free all beings from ignorance, pain, and suffering – is the juice that really transforms our meditation practice from a kind of mental aerobics exercise
“Virtue, or virtuous living – as I understand it – comes very close to the Hippocratic oath that doctors take: First, do no harm,” writes Tsoknyi Rinpoche for The Huffington Post. “The earliest and most