Following on from the last posting of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche’s talk on Preparing for Death, I have put together some practical information ideas for putting our affairs in order.
One of the most important preparations for death is to learn how to live. Learning how to live in a good way. Everybody has to die, and we don’t know when we are going to die.
Dear Friends, Tom Zachmeier has made this video in July in Berlin at the time of the Bodhicharya Berlin Stupa inauguration. Ringu Tulku is clear and succinct in his explanations. Enjoy and rest in ease. Margaret Richardson
Dear friends worldwide, Today we share with you this short video talk on euthanasia by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. A time for reflection on this precious human life. Be joyful, be happy, go well, Margaret Richardson
If you can be OK for one minute
Then you can be OK for the next minute
What is the greatest gift we can give to those we love? Zenith Virago, a self-described Deathwalker, gives potent advice on how to live and die well.
Impermanence is a very important subject in the teachings of the Buddha. Buddha said that to meditate on impermanence is the most important.
Ringu Tulku shared this amazing video of a woman sentenced to death. Now I am sharing this video. Do watch it. Thank you, Margaret Richardson
Wish you and your loved ones a very Happy New Year for 2018. May you feel love, kindness, purpose and inner peace. May each day be a festival and each moment a time to enjoy. May all of us do something each day that we will be proud of because it will be good for…
Dear Friends, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche brings us a guided meditation on the practice of ‘giving and taking’, known as Tonglen in Tibetan. The practice of ‘giving and taking’ can bring healing, purification, and transformation. At the start of the recording, Ringu Tulku talks about the practice of Lojong which is Mind Training in English. Download…
Dear Friends, Wishing you a healthy, happy New Year. We start the year with reflecting, engaging and practising the Six Paramitas of Generosity, Patience, Tolerance, Diligence, Meditation, Wisdom. Ringu Tulku Rinpoche explains the six paramitas here with great clarity We are planning sequential postings on a guided meditation on giving and taking(Tonglen), pain, being with the…