Archive

  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche talks about the 2017 Tara Puja
  • Vanavās with Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Teaching on the Wheel of Life
  • How Bankers, Homemakers, and Others Can Practice the Six Paramitras – Hong Kong, December 2016
  • The Question of Maitreya
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s opening remarks at 2016 KF Board Meeting
  • Ask in the Night Lecture – National Taiwan University, November 2016
  • 84000 – A message from Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Projecting the Dharma – Yale University, January 2008
  • A spiritual lama turned film director
  • In Karma We Trust – Singapore 2014, March 28
  • What the Buddha taught
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche on identity, materialism and social issues
  • Wheel of Life – Interaction with Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Rinpoche reads Basho for his 2016 Losar Greeting
  • Global Live Resounding 2015
  • 108 Seconds: Guardians of Dharma
  • Return to Dzongsar
  • Conversation with Peter Coyote
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche and Thea on emptiness and compassion
  • On Rebirth – Aukland 2014
  • The Park Theater Q&A – June 8th 2015
  • Advice to Children in Deer Park Institute – May 2015
  • Interview for the movie Never Give Up
  • Chime Phakme Nyingthik Drupchen 2014
  • Dzongsar Monlam 2014 with Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche about Homosexuality and Buddhism
  • Interdependent Origination – Kuala Lumpur, 2014
  • Tribute to Rinpoche
  • Guru Rinpoche’s Principle – Bhutan, October 2014
  • How to combine Buddhadharma and daily life – Taiwan, Feb 2014
  • Message to Translator
  • Sydney Award Makes Rinpoche Happy
  • What is the Tradition of the Peace Vase?
  • On Mahayana Buddhism
  • Than Hsiang TV – Interview
  • VARA: A BLESSING – Clip
  • Interdependent Origination – Malaysia, 2014
  • The Importance of Translations
  • Vara Premiere in Kathmandu – Q&A session with Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Heaven and Hell
  • Jangchub Shing – An Insight into Buddhist Truths
  • Rinpoche’s Top 15 Reasons to Pay Attention to India
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche about precious Tibetan culture
  • Khyentse Norbu on VARA opening the BIFF
  • Critical Thinking
  • Merit
  • Importance of Hearing the Dharma
  • Nagarjuna’s Letter to a Friend – France, August 2010
  • Introduction to Buddhism and meditation
  • A brief history of the Dzongsar Shedras
  • 100 mariachis con Dzongsar J. Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s SJI Address – December 2010
  • Do we really need a teacher?
  • going beyond dirty and clean underwear
  • The Need for a Spiritual Teacher – Bulgaria 2010
  • Naked Mind Film Sneak Peak – Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche
  • Fundamental View of Buddhism: The Four Seals – Kiev, May 2013
  • Interview with Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche in Ukraine Television – Kiev, May 2013
  • seeing the truth
  • the root of the suffering in our life
  • On Buddhist Pilgrimage – Bodhgaya, November 2012
  • pulling the rug
  • understanding the truth of depending arising
  • lesser and greater attitude
  • within the realm of relative truth
  • a moral problem
  • 21 Praises to Tara
  • the biggest tragedy
  • seeing only this side
  • samsara and nirvana – magic
  • not a practice of asceticism
  • homage to the guru
  • the supreme most method
  • The Chime Phakme Nyingtik Drupchen: A Visual Journey
  • path is the solution and also a problem
  • The Significance of Sūtra Resounding Under the Bodhi Tree
  • At Sakya Tenphel Ling – Singapore
  • Love & Relationships – Excerpts
  • Rafting at Pin Valley & Self-arising Guru Rinpoche image
  • non-distraction
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche speaking to the LME Workshop Participants
  • samsara and nirvana
  • the linear thing
  • nihilism and eternalism
  • Happy Birthday Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche 2012
  • Siddhartha’s Intent
  • virtue in buddhism
  • morality without wisdom
  • the devil of buddhism
  • A Walk On The Highline with Khyentse Norbu
  • value of being skillful
  • same sex marriage
  • the noble wealth of feeling sad about this life
  • loneliness
  • ongoing insecurity
  • yogis freedom
  • sweet sorrow
  • beauty of temporariness
  • freedom ~ give space
  • advice for a proper relationship
  • let the life flow
  • putting three strawberries on the top of each other
  • Rinpoche’s father on becoming a monk or getting married
  • when the karmic wind blows
  • marriage shareholders
  • sharing
  • communication
  • taking things for granted in relationships
  • buddhist divorce ceremony
  • lack of interest in truth
  • purpose of teaching in the post office
  • limitless love
  • guru comes in many different kinds of manifestations
  • Q&A on BBS
  • Dzongsar Khyenste Rinpoche on Tobacco ban in Bhutan
  • Endowing a Chair at UC Berkeley
  • all emotions are suffering
  • wherever you go in samsara
  • revulsion towards samsara made easy
  • successful dharma practice
  • forgetting the emptiness aspect
  • mirror analogy
  • different style of teaching
  • emptiness and clarity
  • inadequate language
  • dismantling
  • Charvakas
  • searching and finding
  • two kinds of defilements
  • equal importance of skillful means and wisdom in the mahayana
  • departing from the logic of this life
  • wisdom versus common sense
  • world valuing common sense more than wisdom
  • three types of vessles
  • the hideous non virtue of abandoning the dharma
  • two kinds of motivation for the practice of hearing the dharma
  • 4+4=red
  • aspiration versus attachment
  • thorn for thorn
  • modern day yogi
  • blessing of the dharma in degenerated times
  • almost like a duplicate of enlightenment
  • generalizations
  • mahayana chauvinist language
  • Buddha’s speech
  • guess job
  • danger of titles
  • dharma as utensil for this life
  • sense of urgency
  • certainty of death
  • precious opportunity
  • precious human body
  • buddhist measuring system
  • rigid mind
  • the need to make our mind moldable
  • general meaning of meditation
  • trying to meditate with attachment to this life
  • meditation based on attachment to this life
  • meditation without vow
  • creating yourself as a perfect vessel
  • need for pith instructions
  • canceling each other out
  • dualistic path
  • awareness of thoughts
  • Buddhist aspiration
  • so path can be constructed
  • tools to analyze
  • need to transcend the normal logic
  • Buddha was not a Buddhist
  • Buddhist soap
  • benefit of the view of non-grasping
  • changing nature of worldly views
  • it is the view that decides
  • getting accustomed to
  • hearing and contemplation done with attachment to this life
  • necessary quality of hearing and contemplation
  • hearing and contemplating
  • notes
  • beginning to become quite an effective bodhisattva
  • quintessence of taking refuge in everyday life
  • we as practitioner of intention
  • entering to the door of infinite bodhisattva activities
  • it is a contradiction
  • Chanakya’s Arthashastra
  • lot of sympathy towards hindu
  • why should we not have attachment to this life
  • attachment to this life
  • that is why there is a gradual path
  • ultimate object of refuge according to Maitreya
  • we will do a little bit of meditation
  • they are basically same
  • this is something the enjees do
  • one of the downfalls of the modern dharma students
  • discipline that becomes like an abyss to fall into the lower realms
  • discipline must be an antidote to an anxiety
  • discipline must qualify as a stepping stone to enlightenment
  • discipline must bear the fruit of higher birth
  • pure vision
  • sublime wealth of sadness
  • Dudjom Tersar Empowerments, Spiti Valley 2010
  • empowerments, Ugyen Sanag Choling Monastery, June 2010
  • memories of Khenchen Appey Rinpoche
  • post pasta depression
  • Palpung Shedru Choling Taiwan
  • refuge discipline
  • refuge
  • the first thing you do
  • most concise form of discipline
  • much more profound level of discipline is absolutely necessary
  • not really necessary
  • never really pro discipline
  • need for discipline
  • anything that contributes fortifying this nest
  • much less hypocrisy than myself
  • exposing ourselves
  • if this life is important
  • zero waste
  • tuning the motivation for teachings
  • difference between contemplation and meditation
  • if it is benefiting sentient beings
  • beginner bodhisattvas
  • hearing, contemplating, meditating
  • discipline
  • pith instructions
  • practical path
  • why should we practice this Mahayana path
  • certain things doesn’t go with other things, aesthetically
  • Nagarjuna wisdom tradition
  • because of our innate buddha quality
  • Manjushri
  • do you really want to achieve enlightenment
  • buddhism and management career
  • buddhism and happiness
  • circumstances and motivation
  • Words of my perfect teacher
  • enlightened activities
  • Message for young people
  • three bonds that bind a practitioner
  • monasteries
  • wisdom beneath compassion’s power
  • nondual compassion
  • path is faulty
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche on Kangyur & Tengyur Relationship
  • daringness to really face nonduality
  • wisdom of the tantra
  • totally locked
  • poverty of dimensions
  • richness of phenomena
  • Translating the Words of the Buddha
  • Tashiding and Ghezhing
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche explaining Lhatsun Namkai Jigme
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche im Karma Tengyal Ling
  • we need to need enlightenment
  • devotion is a path
  • blessing
  • refuge practice
  • the most important enlightened intercourse
  • the tantric way of taking refuge
  • shameless
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche Speaking about Gene Smith
  • becoming abundance of whatever
  • this is all matrix
  • Tantrayana is part of the Mahayana
  • breaking the most important discipline
  • in order to enlighten sentient beings
  • Shravakayana level of discipline
  • ultimate object of refuge in the Mahayana
  • Refuge in the Theravada tradition
  • in order to talk to the modern people
  • it has all to do with the attitude
  • seeing the Guru as the Buddha
  • guru is the path
  • At home with the Theravada tradition
  • looking at a wrong direction
  • beauty of the mind
  • mind is finding there is no mind
  • Sri Lanka
  • Sangha as conditioner
  • we are victim of condition
  • self corrosive Sangha
  • tyrannical paths
  • Buddhism has to be a corrosive path
  • happiness is liberation
  • one ignorance to be kept
  • uncertainty of the time of death
  • refuge name
  • refuge trick
  • spine of Buddhadharma
  • non deceiving washing dish path
  • removable
  • taking refuge to the Buddha
  • true to the truth
  • refuge ceremony
  • if only people can do this
  • see you later
  • then Buddhism is collapsed
  • the word refuge
  • taking refuge to the present moment
  • no compromise
  • real meaning of being spiritual
  • just sitting for three minutes
  • meditation and refuge
  • contemplation and meditation
  • daringness
  • logic
  • follower of the Buddha within
  • buddha nature and nonduality
  • two levels of non deceiving
  • non deceiving aspect of refuge
  • how to become useless
  • transcending the practice of just observing
  • three cause of taking refuge
  • most common Buddhist practice
  • tuning the motivation
  • about to get it
  • because of nonduality
  • aim of a Buddhist
  • the gift of nonduality
  • becoming completely useless
  • partial information
  • the joy of offering
  • no choice
  • what is really bodhicitta
  • the biggest portion of the bodhicitta
  • sangha in the three vehicles
  • good signs of Dharma practice
  • buddhist discipline
  • dualistic measurement
  • buddhism and nonduality
  • closest reflection of buddha nature
  • blessing of the guru
  • courageous guru
  • need for strong devotion towards the path
  • shamata only
  • Brighton, November 2010
  • why guru
  • all pervasive guru
  • guru yoga
  • throne business
  • rejoicing in effects
  • victim of condition
  • pure Sangha
  • rime
  • Real Gurus “Couldn’t care less”
  • Interview in Bodhgaya ~ October 2010
  • Buddhism and Buddhist
  • mothers and Freud
  • three types of faith
  • logic is the door to illogic
  • final aim of a Buddhist
  • culture as a means
  • renouncing the renunciation
  • not an outdated path
  • science of oneself
  • importance of education
  • dharma, artha, kama and moksha
  • one of the most argumentative
  • dwell in the present
  • perception without dualistic mind
  • our fun
  • intellectual samsara and nirvana
  • pure perception
  • vipassana
  • shamata
  • try not to be my student
  • obedient society
  • the essence of Vajrayana practitioner
  • the best form of renunciation
  • penetrating the cause of impure perception
  • ultimate bodhicitta in brief
  • ultimate bodhicitta
  • suffering because of impure perception
  • perception is all there is
  • bodhicitta
  • Dharma practice is an art to change perception
  • love meditation
  • accepting ridiculousness of samsara into the path
  • trapped by rationalism
  • thinking Buddhism is a discipline
  • jaded Buddhist
  • motivation and perception
  • perception of enlightened being
  • checking the guru
  • Hey you are Buddha
  • a wonderful trick
  • Buddhism is a placebo
  • just a perception
  • path is like a boat
  • couldn’t care less
  • origin of ignorance
  • entertainment
  • Zazen
  • guru student relationship
  • impure perception in spiritual life
  • three mistaken perception
  • changing perception
  • difference between atman and buddha nature
  • right and wrong
  • wealth of being natural
  • two loser emotions
  • six realms
  • wheel of life
  • motivation to listen to teachings
  • three perceptions
  • enlightenment is an absence of paranoia
  • redecorate perception
  • life is nothing but continuous perception
  • motivation
  • Rinpoche’s Speech in Peking University on “Four Dharma Seals”
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche on the Future of Dharma in the West at the 2010 KF Board Meeting
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche on paragliding
  • Dzongsar Khyentse interviewed in the movie Tulku
  • as long as you know
  • how Buddha teaches
  • guru as object of refuge
  • reincarnation
  • means to transmit the Buddha Dharma
  • means to express
  • Buddhism and passion
  • triangle symbol
  • representation of the concept of Mahasiddha
  • introducing the nature of mind through film
  • depicting the nature of the mind
  • Buddha figure
  • Buddhism and film
  • learning until death
  • going beyond
  • imagination is the only reality that we have
  • Do you consider yourself enlightened Rinpoche?
  • trust and inquisitiveness
  • living proof that karma exists
  • devotion
  • pilgrimage
  • finding a genuine teacher
  • lack of acceptance that your teacher is the Buddha
  • guru is only a bridge
  • interview from Words of My Perfect Teacher
  • gate in the middle of nowhere
  • the Buddhist no
  • corrosive aspect of Buddhism
  • pulling the rug under the feet
  • ultimate view and relative aspect of Buddhism
  • path
  • why we forget nonduality
  • form is emptiness, emptiness is form
  • DZONGSAR KHYENTSE RINPOCHE France 2010 – distraction
  • suffering
  • dream example
  • no samsara no nirvana
  • fundamental root of all suffering
  • aim of human endeavour
  • Buddhist role models
  • aim of Buddhist philosophy
  • fundamental view of Buddhism
  • Dharma and culture
  • most efficient way to create merit
  • two challenges in Buddhism
  • looking at things from a different dimension
  • DJKR’s Interview for Karmapa Youth
  • the moment insecurity hits you
  • four mindfulness
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, France Aug 2010 – one more
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, France Aug 2010
  • insecurity
  • confusion
  • enlightenment
  • three wholesome ways to turn everything into the path to enlightenment
  • An Evening of Appreciation & Awareness: Buddhist Literary Heritage Project
  • just looking
  • preparing for the next event
  • just watching
  • everything is our mind
  • every perception is your mind
  • Virupa tradition approach
  • grasping extremes
  • emptiness is not like a bulldozer
  • wisdom mind
  • the wealth of not being fabricated
  • successful reluctant person
  • complete renunciation
  • eventual point of buddhism
  • just knowing
  • boundary of karma and emotion
  • renunciation and long life initiation
  • life is basically a continuous perception
  • asking the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas to remain
  • requesting the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas to teach
  • rejoicing
  • confession
  • offering
  • prostration
  • practice of application bodhicitta
  • courages bodhisattva
  • beginner bodhisattvas deeds
  • cause of Buddhahood
  • aspiration bodhicitta
  • compassion seeing the causes of suffering
  • Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche – France 2010
  • compassion in the beginning, middle and end
  • be consistent
  • three yanas
  • one moment of bodhicitta practice
  • beauty of mind
  • Khyentse Foundation
  • offerings
  • renunciation made easy
  • Tribute to Khenpo Kunga Wangchuk
  • life for dharma
  • calm abiding and wisdom
  • proud of Buddhism
  • bodhicitta of Lalaland
  • bodhicitta and the law of interdependent
  • non duality and mindfulness
  • samsaric glory
  • Mahayana wisdom path
  • Mahayana Refuge
  • ridiculous me
  • bodhicitta and nonduality
  • bodhicitta conduct
  • profound courage
  • Guru business
  • Nirvana is peace
  • Role as a guru
  • just sitting