Lama Yeshe Gyamtso gives an elegant presentation of the four noble truths, introducing several aspects of the Buddhist outlook, including the four seals, which are connected to the truth of suffering; the four mindfulnesses, which are the means through which you begin to abandon the cause of suffering; the four views, which are primarily views of cessation; and the four reliances, which are how to find a practical path. The teaching is both accessible to beginners and informative to long-standing practitioners.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Taking Refuge is based on two teachings by Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche: “The Meaning of Refuge” given at Chicago Karma Thegsum Choling (KTC) in January 1981, translated by Ngödup Tsering Burkhar, and “A Teaching on Refuge” given at KTD Monastery in April 1990, translated by Chöjor Radha.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Uniquely attuned to our present world, the Karmapa gives clear and wise teachings on key issues of our times—the environment, social responsibility, and working with our emotional afflictions. He brings a fresh perspective on how to meditate and encourages us to take the path of compassion, engaging in actions that benefit others.
The Karmapa has brought forth a profound message in simple and accessible language with an authenticity that connects him to everyone he meets as he opens out the treasures of Buddhism for modern times.
The book is based on teachings His Holiness gave during his first historic visit to Canada in May and June 2017.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多