Phakchok Rinpoche Offers Practical Tips to Develop Dignity

Samye Institute has recently posted additional public teachings by Phakchok Rinpoche on the topic of Awakening Dignity. Several of these teachings in Taiwan are now available on the website in English with Chinese translation. We encourage you to share these teachings with family and friends and to discuss the points that Rinpoche makes in these teachings. Rinpoche uses very simple concepts without much difficult terminology, so these videos are helpful to share with beginners or younger audiences. All the teachings on Awakening Dignity can be found here.

The Events team at Samye Institute has been working diligently and joyfully with the Asian centers to provide hosting and oral interpretation for Khenpo Gyaltsen’s teaching tour in Malaysia and Thailand and to prepare for his upcoming visits to Indonesia. We have been posting videos from all of Khenpo’s Zoom events to the teaching archive. Click here to find links to all of Khenpo’s teachings.

All students are encouraged to watch and reflect as Khenpo has asked us to do to make our practice genuine and sincere. Some of Khenpo’s teachings specifically address Vajrayana topics. Per Khenpo-la’s request, these teachings are only available to Vajrayana Members due to the nature of the teachings.

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