Phakchok Rinpoche shares his advice on how to cultivate bodhicitta in our daily lives.
Your compassion needs fuel, so that it can generate more and more. So how do we do that? Through aspiration.
Phakchok Rinpoche explains that unshakeable confidence in the guru can actually liberate us at the moment of greatest need.
Phakchok Rinpoche provides some valuable advice on maintaining our physical and spiritual health.
Tulku Migmar talks about the bardo, the space between rebirths.
We can use the term bardo also metaphorically to describe times when our usual way of life becomes suspended, as, for example, during a period of illness or during a meditation retreat.
Tulku Migmar Tsering talks with Tsunma Jamyang Donma and Andrea Sherman about how we can make preparations for death.
In order for one to be inspired with bodhicitta, it is essential to train oneself in the attitude of the four immeasurables: loving kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity.
The Noble Living, Noble Caring, Noble Dying team shares precious insights on the Four Mind Changings.
Tulku Migmar Tsering speaks with Tsunma Jamyang Donma and Andrea Sherman about how we can work to live a meaningful life.
Phakchok Rinpoche answers questions about facing death and care-giving.
In this introduction, Samye Institute’s Noble Living, Noble Caring, Noble Dying team talk about how we can learn to live with no regrets.