Guru Rinpoche Day Teachings with Translations into Español

Where the Real Practice Begins
Observing My Mind
The Importance of Motivation
Understanding the Three Yanas
On the Importance of Rejoicing
The Three Pillars of the Dharma
The Qualities of a Good Dharma Student
The Four Dharmas of Gampopa
Checking Our Capacity
Remembering the Key Points of Practice
Advice from Dza Patrül Rinpoche
The Accumulations of Merit and Wisdom
Jé Götsangpa’s Answers to Common Questions
Striking the Vital Points of Practice
Guru Yoga and the Generation Stage
Understanding the Ground, Path, and Fruition
The Essence of all the Buddha’s Teachings
The Qualities of the Buddha
Parting from the Four Attachments
Dza Patrül Rinpoche’s Advice on Taming the Mind
The Mirror of Self-Reflection
The Paths of the Three Types of Beings
Gendun Chöpel’s verses on transforming the mind
Remembering the Three Trainings
Key Words of Advice from Dza Patrül Rinpoche
On the Importance of Compassion
Tsangnyön Heruka’s mind instructions
Heart Essence of Mahaguru Padmasambhava
Dza Patrül Rinpoche’s Heart Advice
The Heart Essence of Padmasambhava
Ultimate Instructions on Mahamudra from the Drikung Lord Jikten Gönpo
Key points of Advice from Kunkhyen Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche
The Four Dharmas of Gampopa
Supreme Mind Training
Kunkhyen Jamgön Mipham Rinpoché’s Advice for Beginners
Prayer for Rebirth in the Copper-Colored Mountain of Glory
Khandro Yeshé Tsogyel’s Prayer to Guru Rinpoche
Princess Mandarava’s Prayer to Guru Rinpoche
Sustain the Treasure of Samadhi
Practice Advice from the Third Phakchok Rinpoche, Chöying Lhündrup, Part Two
Practice Advice from the Third Phakchok Rinpoche, Chöying Lhündrup, Part One
The Importance of Dignity
How to Be Pure
Saga Dawa
Being Able to See Your Faults Without Losing Your Dignity and Being Patient Without Any Regrets
The Importance of Being Reliable and Kind-Hearted
A Big Heart and a Strong Mind
Chokgyur Lingpa’s Zangdok Palri Aspirations
Khandro Yeshé Tsogyel’s Departure to the Copper-Colored Mountain
Samten Gyatso in Zangdok Palri
Dodrupchen Rinpoché Tupten Trinlé Pelzang's Vision of Zangdok Palri
The Visionary Journey of Shuksep Jetsün Rikdzin Wangmo
Jikmé Tenpé Nyima’s Pure Vision of Zangdok Palri
Düdjom Lingpa’s Visionary Journey to Zangdok Palri
Do Khyentsé Yeshé Dorjé’s Visionary Journey to Zangdok Palri
Pema Lingpa’s Visionary Journey to the Copper-Colored Mountain
Ratna Lingpa’s Visionary Journey to the Copper-Colored Mountain
Jamgön Kongtrul’s Visionary Journey to the Glorious Copper-Colored Mountain
Benefits of the Tenth Day of the Lunar Month
The Nectar for the Ears of the Fortunate
Mindful Joyous Year
Three Modes of Faith, Bodhichitta, and Refuge
Meditation Without Reflection Is Blind
With My Guru in Tharpaling
Aspiration for Your Happiness and Well-Being
Practitioner Phakchok Rinpoche to Lazy Phakchok Rinpoche
Things to Remember
Letter from My Guru
Letter to Myself
The Importance of Pure Perception
Long and Meaningful Life
Mending and Purification
Healing Mantra and the King of Bliss
Protection Chakras and Prayers
Gaining the Blessings of the Guru
Taming Our Fears
Transforming Negative Appearances
Making Peace and Purifying Our World
The Importance of Failure
Gaining the Siddhis
Taming the Maras
The Wholeness of Wealth
Enhancing Your Clarity, Intelligence, and Wisdom
The Two Magnetizing Qualities
The Principle of Trust
The Practice of Compassion
The Importance of Longevity
The Essences of the Three Vehicles
The Illuminating Sun of Wisdom
The Twelve Links of Dependent Arising
Practicing Kindness
Taking Hold of Bodhicitta

Wisdom Blogs with Translations into Español

Accumulating Causes for Enlightenment
Multiplying Effects: Five Ways of Multiplying Merit
Seeing the Buddha, Becoming the Buddha: Formal Meditation Instruction from Phakchok Rinpoche
Birth of Guru Rinpoche
Relying on the Four Immeasurable Qualities During a Pandemic (Part 4): Immeasurable Sympathetic Joy
Relying on the Four Immeasurable Qualities During a Pandemic (Part 3): Immeasurable Compassion
Relying on the Four Immeasurable Qualities During a Pandemic (Part 2): Immeasurable Loving-Kindness
Relying on the Four Immeasurable Qualities During a Pandemic (Part 1): Immeasurable Equanimity
What can we do if we really start to panic? (Part 3 - Liberation through Feeling)
What Can We Do If We Really Start to Freak Out? (Part 2 - Creating Space with Phakchok Rinpoche)
What Can We Do If We Really Start To Freak Out? (Part 1 - Relying on the Love of the Buddhas)
Contemplate Impermanence: How Do We Follow That Instruction?
Essence of Bodhicitta
Healing Practices from Tibetan Buddhism
Exchanging Self and Others: Building Bodhicitta Part Two
Building Bodhicitta: Part One
Just Be Kind!
Real Kindness: No Agenda
Belief Through Practice
Learning What the Buddha Taught: A One-Minute Reminder
Ethical Behavior in Buddhism: The Virtues
Building Meditation Routine
Handling Habits
Remembering Kindness
Bodhicitta Aspiration and Application
Questions on Karma: Choosing Not to Swing
Confidence with Compassion: Building Dignity
Human Rights and Kindness
Distilling the Dharma - Three Core Principles
Balancing Dharma and Life Through Kindness
Defining Dharma
Open, Truthful, and Sincere: Three Fundamental Qualities
Buddhism: Philosophy or Religion?
Clear "Brain-Jam" with Meditation
Contentment and the Mind
Tolerance and Mind Training
Learn to Meditate: It Is Simple!
Buddhist Dignity: Gentle Looseness and Not Too Reactive
Talking With Children About Death
Meditation Posture: Sharpness
Sang Pūjā - A Cleansing Smoke Offering Practice
Becoming an Authentic Practitioner
Reflections Upon Wakening
Develop Certainty in Buddhist Practice
Changing Perception
Motivation, Aspiration, Devotion
Balancing Family Life and Meditation Practice