In a live online teaching, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche guides us in meeting our “pain identity” — the mistaken sense of self who continually suffers — with openness and warmth, clearing and opening the pathways to realizing the liberating truth of no-self. The broadcast marks the start of Month 12 in Rinpoche’s yearlong program, “Embracing Life with Wisdom & Compassion.” Free and open to all!
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In advance of the broadcast Rinpoche encourages creating a bit of space for meditation in your house — in a quiet, peaceful location where you can feel some sense of warmth and connection to yourself. You might provide a comfortable cushion to sit on, and a candle or stick of incense. A supportive outer space can support your inner space during meditation.
- Thursday, January 25, 10 a.m. New York time: 24-Hour Full Moon Practice, “Embracing the Suffering Me, Cultivating the Freedom of Being No One.” Registration opens after December 26
- “Who Am I?” (video, 6:33), an original poem recited by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. View video here. Text is available in: English | Chinese | Czech | Dutch | French | German | Hindi | Hungarian | Italian | Korean | Nepali | Polish | Portuguese | Russian | Slovak | Spanish | Tibetan | Turkish
- More about the yearlong program