A public talk on how to bring peace and happiness to oneself and others.
How to deal with attachment, so we remain calm and clear when experiencing pleasure.
Sentient beings' happiness comes from Dharma, from virtuous actions.
A teaching on the dualistic mind, excerpted from a commentary on the Manjushri Yoga Method
How painful experiences help us develop a deeper understanding that is beyond the merely intellectual.
A teaching at the tenth Kopan Course on the nature of samsara (cyclic existence) and how to develop renunciation.
A talk to workers at the hospice about the benefits of serving others with a sincere heart
In this excerpt from Kopan Course No. 27 in 1994, Rinpoche explains that if the cause is not created, the result cannot be experienced.
A teaching given prior to a ceremony for generating the mind of enlightenment (bodhicitta).
His Holiness discusses a range of topics, including how to practice Dharma, the mind or consciousness, rebirth, karma and world peace
Lama Zopa Rinpoche: The Dharma Path to Happiness
Lama Zopa Rinpoche: The Benefits of Dharma Practice
With this human body we have the opportunity to practice virtue and abandon nonvirtue
If we have a good heart and cherish others, we will enjoy happiness and success, however, if we are selfish, more and more problems will arise.