Rinpoche reads The Heart Sutra in Tibetan and English…he makes a prayer to Manjurshri to bless everyone to understand the meaning of The Heart Sutra...a transmission is given, which empowers the student to recognize his or her own Buddha nature and is the “admission ticket
Rinpoche recites opening prayers, then reads The Heart Sutra in Tibetan and English…he explains that there is something to realize but the essence is not contrived…Rinpoche talks about his previous incarnation, who did exorcisms…he had to remove the karma from this b
Rinpoche begins with opening prayers, then reads The Heart Sutra in English together with the sangha. Then he says a prayer to Manjurshi, which opens one’s mind to the wisdom aspect, and continues with teachings from the text The Heart Sutra by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
One needs to develop ethical values…lack of awareness brings a chain reaction that is a downfall to us all…bodhicitta, compassionate mind has to go along with ethical values…Rinpoche asks students about meditation and if students have discovered anything that has an independent existe
We are now in decedent times; precious human rebirth is when we have perfect conditions to practice dharma and the good karma to practice…dharma is great at the beginning, dharma is great in the middle, dharma is great at the end…negative emotions are workable…don’t waste this preciou
This teaching starts with Rinpoche reading the Auspicious Prayer in Tibetan and English…Rinpoche reads The Heart Sutra in English…after the reading is completed, he rings a bell and begins meditating with students. Suggestion: if you like, pause the video when Rinpoche begins meditati
Rinpoche talks about ethical values, cause and effect…do fish liberation to extend one’s life force…show your children how to save lives too, show them the way of the dharma…include all beings in your prayers as well as the specific beings you are praying for…send light and heal
Not understanding interdependence creates greed and other negative consequences…thus one must cultivate ethical values and bodhicitta, or compassionate mind…meditate on “where is the ‘I'” from three-six months–then moves from “I” to R
Tibet was originally a violent society…in the 8th century dharma was brought to Tibet…after the time of Padmasambhava, Mahayana Buddhism came to Tibet from China…the essence of mind is a union state of relative and absolute…understand this theoretically, then b
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