Advice on the Diamond Cutter Sutra, a Mahayana sutra which helps us to actualize wisdom and bodhicitta quickly, along with other realizations.
- Benefits of Reciting the Diamond Cutter Sutra •
- The Diamond Sutra •
- Sutra Recitation for Sick Nuns •
- Diamond Cutter Sutra in Retreat •
- Sutra Recitation to Remove Obstacles and Bring Happiness to All Beings •
A two-day seminar in which Rinpoche teaches on emptiness, compassion, guru devotion and other topics.
A practice to overcome financial difficulties and empower financial endeavors that are dependent on others for success.
Teachings on the Long-life Sutra, including the oral transmission and teachings on torma offering. Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave these teachings in Taipei, Taiwan, 15-16 April, 2007.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave this teaching in Malaysia, 10-13 April 1997.
A commentary and oral transmission of the Sanghata Sutra
A two-day commentary and partial oral transmission of the Sutra of Golden Light.
A commentary and partial oral transmission of the first seven chapters of the Golden Light Sutra given at New York's Tibet House, September 2007.
Rinpoche gives a partial oral transmission of the Golden Light Sutra and teaches extensively on emptiness and other topics, including how to achieve happiness, why we need compassion and karma.
This sutra invokes the buddhas of the ten directions. Translated from Tibetan by Ven. Tsenla.
This sutra belongs to the class of texts called the Perfection of Wisdom Sutras. It is a presentation of profound wisdom on the nature of emptiness.
Teachings on the causes and effects of various actions
The Diamond Cutter Sutra is a discourse on the Buddhist concept of emptiness or “Wisdom Gone Beyond.”
The Arya Sanghata Sutra is a teaching given by Buddha Shakyamuni on Vulture's Peak in Rajagriha, India. Like all Mahayana sutras, this discourse was memorized by the Buddha's disciples and later written down in Sanskrit.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche explains the benefits of studying the teachings of the Buddha in this talk given at Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy.