1h 55m 35s
Dharma Talk — The Sublime Dharma
Khenpo Tashi Tseten
Buddhist Wisdom

Dharma Talk — The Sublime Dharma

In this dharma talk Khenpo Tashi Tseten joined us from Nepal, to explore the topic of what is the sublime Dharma.

While there are many different ways to understand the sublime Dharma, one way is to recognize that it refers to noble and positive qualities within the mind, such as love, compassion and kindness. From this perspective, one can say that all beings have the sublime Dharma within themselves, without any difference based on religion, gender, class, caste and so forth. Anyone who wishes to practice the spiritual path that leads to the cessation of suffering can be successful due to this innate endowment of the sublime Dharma in the mind. It is the very cause that leads to the result of freedom and peace.

Translation into English by Christina Monson.


Khenpo Tashi Tseten is a brilliant young khenpo from Namdroling Monastery in South India. He is considered to be one of the most promising khenpos of his generation and he has been teaching at the Rigpa Shedra for the past seven years. He is currently teaching on 'Finding rest in the nature of mind, a teaching of the Great Perfection by Longchenpa as part of the Rigpa Shedra 2021-2022.
Together with the wealth of his knowledge and the clarity of his explanations, he has a rare capacity to tune into students’ understanding and needs, which makes his teachings truly inspiring and illuminating.

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