Some Western monks and nuns have got the habit when they sit down of bringing their legs up too high and then bringing them down, which exposes their secret places. When Lama and I first came to the West, we were at Geshe Sopa’s place. Lama Yeshe requested Geshe-la to start a center, and he started it when we were there. Some students were sent from Kopan to study with Geshe-la. One day Geshe-la asked me to give a talk in his sitting room. He taught me how to sit on a couch. You face the students and slowly bring your legs in under your robes so you don't expose anything. Geshe-la was teaching conduct.