Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
Teachings on Bodhicharyavatara
Chapter 6: Patience
Answers to Written Questions 9
Rinpoche answers the presubmitted questions that were sent before Live Q&A on July 12th, and were not yet answered in the Live session.
The topics discussed are:
– Realising bodhichitta through patience and transforming of negative circumstances in a skilful way
– Story of a pig chased by a dog around a Stupa and their future connection with the Dharma
– 3 questions regarding The Aspiration Prayer of Mahamudra of Certainty
– Will Rinpoche continue doing these 20 minute sessions on the next chapters of the Bodhicharyavatara
– Experiencing our past wrongdoings in the Bardo
– Patience when helping a sick person
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