Join Ringu Tulku Rinpoche as he sheds light on the profound concept of karma and how it relates to the circumstances in our lives.
In his book ‘Ngundro,’ Rinpoche shares a compelling analogy: If we throw a stone or a flower into the sky, both will eventually fall back to Earth. Similarly, our actions, whether positive or negative, have consequences that come back to us.
Rinpoche clarifies that karma is not about reward or punishment, but rather the interdependent web of causes and conditions that shape our experiences. While it may seem that external circumstances are beyond our control, understanding karma empowers us to take responsibility for our actions and their repercussions.
This enlightening discussion explores the intricacies of karma and offers a fresh perspective on navigating life’s challenges with wisdom and compassion.
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