This teaching is absolutely crucial – so simple and yet so profound on how to die with grace and wisdom, but also how to live and take every breath.
Recommending the Breathworks incredible organisation and it’s amazing founder Vidyamala Burch.
This is the third posting about the Bardo of life. In previous postings, Ringu Tulku has advised the contemplation of the Four Preliminaries.
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche explores if the secular, worldly aspects of life are enough to give us lasting peace, contentment, and liberation from suffering in themselves.
Following on from Session 1, the previous posting, we bring you Ringu Tulku addressing the Bardo of Life, the transition between birth and dying.
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche answers a question about loneliness. His guidance is heart warming, supportive and offers suggestions and advice.
On the theme of pain management, this 24page booklet is very good
Many of us experience pain and especially chronic pain and illness. Vidyamala Burch is an inspiration on helping to live well with them.
Ringu Tulku kindly offers insight, support, and ways to help transform our perspectives and reactions and help change difficult times.
Dear Friends, Many of us have pets, work with animals and care about their end of life. We asked the following two questions: 1. How can we help a dying animal? 2. How can we help an animal that has died? These two questions have been answered by Ringu Tulku, and Lama Tenkyab from Mindrolling…
We are all in transition, moment by moment. Rinpoche guides us through how to train our minds to transform.
Rinpoche shares the great uncertainties that he and his people experienced when they came out of Tibet with the Chinese army chasing them.
Today, we bring you two questions about dying and death, and Ringu Tulku Rinpoche’s voice recorded answer.
The idea is that after death your consciousness will be exactly like your consciousness before death. Maybe it will be a little bit more sensitive and clearer, so if you make your life now kinder, more compassionate and wiser