English Translation of the Chinese Transcript of Facebook Live Teaching ‘The Importance and Ways of Taming our Mind (1)’ is now available in our Dharma e-Learning Website.
Dear Dharma brothers and sisters,
We are delighted to present the latest transcript of our Venerable Khen Rinpoche Kalsang Nyima. On 1 September 2020, Khen Rinpoche gave a live teaching on ‘The importance and ways of taming our mind (1)’ at the Facebook page of ‘Wake Up with Dharma’. Khen Rinpoche’s teaching in Tibetan was translated into Cantonese by Professor Lozang Hau. The English translation of the Chinese transcript of this online teaching is now available.
It was taught that:
• The nature of our mind is perfect and is as quiet, peaceful, pleasing, and pure as the ocean. But due to our discursive or delusive thoughts, our mind becomes like the ocean that is stirred up by small waves on its surface.
• We do not know the nature of the mind and understand its secret. Therefore, we have experienced different kinds of suffering and happiness.
• Using anger as one of the examples of the coarse mind that we experience in our daily life, we need to understand and recognize its mistakes and danger, so that it will become easy for us to cut off anger and practice forbearance.
• Taming our mind means that we need to realize the nature of the mind and be able to abide in it. If we understand the qualities and nature of our mind, taming our mind will become easier.
Please click onto the following link to download and read this translated transcript in English:
If you wish to watch this recorded live video, please visit ‘Wake Up with Dharma’ Facebook Page with the following link:
If you wish to download and read more transcripts of the Facebook live teachings that Khen Rinpoche Kalsang Nyima has been given since mid-August 2020, please browse the webpage at Khen Rinpoche Kalsang Nyima’s official Dharma e-learning website: https://wakeupwithdharma.org/en/other-teachings/