The Path of Meditation follows the Mahāmudrā teachings of the Kagyu lineage. Furthermore, it incorporates the pith instructions on view and meditation from Phakchok Rinpoche’s main root gurus, Kyabje Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche and Kyabje Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche.
THE PATH OF MEDITATION
THE NINE YĀNAS PATH
The Nine Yānas Path provides a scriptural and philosophical basis for all teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni and Guru Rinpoche. It follows the traditional teachings and practices of the Nyingma lineage and incorporates teachings and texts of all Vajrayāna traditions and philosophical schools. Phakchok Rinpoche’s approach is guiding students to study and practice the entire Nine Yānas step by step.
THE TRADITIONAL VAJRAYĀNA PATH
The Traditional Vajrayāna Path focuses on the path of the Nyingma tradition with an emphasis on the practices of the Chokling New Treasures tradition (Chokling Tersar). This path requires receiving the empowerments, transmissions and explanations together with study and learning in order to assimilate the views and methods that underlie the path of secret mantra practice.
STUDY MEDITATION ONLINE
One year program of guided study, reflection and meditation in the Mahāmudrā tradition.
ONLINE DISCUSSION GROUPS
Moderated forums allow you to pose questions, receive practice guidance, and interact with your peers.
DAWN OF DHARMA
Newly designed core foundation Buddhist teachings presented in video format by Phakchok Rinpoche for all students.
LATEST GURU RINPOCHE DAY MESSAGES
June 14, 2016
Dear Friends Near and Far, Happy Guru Rinpoche Day to all of you. I am going to take this opportunity to remind all of my.....
Practice This Saga Dawa Month
May 15, 2016
Dear Friends Near and Far, I am sending you many happy wishes for Guru Rinpoche Day. This Saga Dawa month is a very important month. Please.....
The Value of Life
April 15, 2016
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LATEST WISDOM BLOG POSTS
Distraction: Tools to Avoid the Daze
Daily distraction. It is a common trap of modern life. We have so many pulls on our attention that we can easily walk around in a daze of distraction. In this video, Phakchok Rinpoche shares a short story. He shares his experience of how easy it is to give way to distraction....
Pure Perception and Discrimination
In this video clip, Rinpoche answers a practical question about pure perception. Does pure perception mean that we have no discrimination? Does it mean that we do not speak out?...
What Does Practice Mean?
What does practice mean? We hear a lot about practice. Is is a strenuous effort? Practice means reminding. It is actually very simple......
ABOUT PHAKCHOK RINPOCHE
Kyabgön Phakchok Rinpoche was born in 1981 and is a lineage holder of the Profound Treasures of Chokgyur Lingpa from the Nyingma School of Early Translations and one of the throne-holders of the Riwoche Taklung Kagyu Lineage. Phakchok Rinpoche’s primary root gurus are his grandfather, the late Kyabje Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, and late Kyabje Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche.
THE THREE WHEELS
The entire Buddhist spiritual path is contained within the three wheels of study/reflection, altruistic activity and meditation. A genuine student embarking on a genuine path is highly encouraged to bring all the three wheels onto the path in order receive genuine blessings and to live a balanced Dharma life.
WHAT IS SAMYE?
Samye is the namesake of the Dharma activities of Kyabgön Phakchok Rinpoche. The name Samye originates from the great Dharma center founded in the 8th century by three great visionaries: the tantric master Guru Padmasambhava, the Dharma-king Trisong Deutsen and the abbot Śāntarakṣita. This website aims to deliver authentic Dharma teachings to all who wish to receive them, wherever they are in the world.