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
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…
Dear Friends, Johan, in Southampton, asked Ringu Tulku, how do Buddhists pray? The answer was so good but we didn’t have a recorder in the garden! Later, a recording was made with Johan’s question and today we are pleased to share it with you:-) Rinpoche explains the different aspects of prayer from a Buddhist perspective.…
In ‘Living and Dying in Peace and with Dignity’, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche addresses how best we can prepare ourselves for death and how to support a person and their family through the process of dying as well as afterwards. These three discs have chapter headings.
Dear Friends, Today is Amitabha day, an auspicious day and Full Moon as we bring you this video recording of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche teaching on the 3 Poisons and their cure. Be happy, be joyful, be well. Margaret Richardson
A wonderful, inspiring and deeply moving talk.
Dear Friends Today, 9th June, is the auspicious day of Lord Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and parinirvana. We share with you Alan Watts on Death is Only the Beginning Alan Watts brings a humorous clear, fresh look at death with ideas of delightful dying and going out with a bang and not a whimper. A time…
Today is New moon day, an auspicious day in the Tibetan Buddhist calendar for sharing HIs Holiness the Dalai Lama giving Advice on Living and Dying without Regrets. A timely reminder of the preciousness and transience of this life. Love and prayers, Margaret Richardson