The great benefit of developing compassion is that through understanding the needs, fears, and desires of others, you develop a deeper capacity to understand your own self – what you hope for, what you hope to avoid, and the truth about your own nature.
The clarity, or natural awareness, is so much a part of everyday experience that it’s hard to recognize. It’s like trying to see your eyelashes without using mirror. So how do you go about recognizing it? According to the Buddha, you meditate – through not necessarily in the way most people understand it. The kind of meditation involved here is, a type of “non-meditation.” There’s no need to focus on or visualize anything.
On December 3-7, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, Matthieu Ricard and Dr. Richard Davidson participated in the “Dharma Teacher Workshop” as teacher with the deep and wise advises of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. Very glad to have participated to this Teacher Training workshop. Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, Matthieu Ricard and Pr. Richard Davidson as teacher with the deep and wise advises of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. 80 participants most of them where Khenpos and Geshe from the 4 lineages, with some geshema, monks, nuns and lay person.