Speaking from an intimate perspective about personal grief, and then from a universal view which touches upon the losses we all face in life, Mingyur Rinpoche shares advice on how to negotiate new and uncertain landscapes, and how to accept and evolve in a world of impermanence.
This is an interesting 50 years research on the question of, ‘Is there Life after Death?’
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.
Today we bring you Ringu Tulku’s heartfelt teachings and advice on this topic.
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche answers a question about loneliness. His guidance is heart warming, supportive and offers suggestions and advice.
Dear Friends worldwide, We hope that you are well in these challenging times. Ringu Tulku answers the question of how to face the fear of suffering and death. Wishing you all the very best, Margaret Richardson
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.
Rinpoche answers about the fear of death, and the fear of how that death comes.
This is a historical and unique global situation, one we can use to practice compassion, care, empathy and act appropriately out of love, not out of fear.
Rinpoche covers living happily with a meaningful purpose.
Here, Ringu Tulku discusses the importance of freeing oneself from too much fear in facing death and in facing difficult situations in life.