Advice for prisoners on how to use the situation to develop their mind on the path to enlightenment.
Advice and methods for purifying past nonvirtuous actions.
Advice on tantric practices, including the generation and completion stages of Highest Yoga Tantra.
In this collection of advice for those practicing in prison, Rinpoche explains how to use the situation in prison to develop the mind.
Advice for students who are experiencing difficulties with their Dharma practice.
A list of Rinjung Gyatsa initiations given by Lama Zopa Rinpoche in Bodhgaya in 1982 and at Kopan Monastery in 1985. Rinjung Gyatsa is a collection of tantric deities, compiled in the sixteenth century by the Tibetan master Lama Taranatha.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche discusses the three principal aspects of the path—renunciation, bodhicitta and emptiness—as the foundation for tantric practice, in the excerpt from the 13th Kopan Course.
Three discourses excerpted from a series of talks about the Highest Yoga Tantra practice of Vajrayogini.
Advice on how to follow the Buddhist path and how to bring benefit and happiness to others through Dharma practice.
Advice on meditations and mantras for healing and purifying sickness, spirit harm, negative karma and obstacles to a long life.
Advice given to students on the practice of Shugden (Tib: Dolgyal). This practice is strongly discouraged by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Lama Zopa Rinpoche.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave these instructions on how to think during the section on rejoicing in Lama Chöpa at a retreat held in Bendigo, Australia.
This book presents Lama Zopa Rinpoche's advice to prison inmates drawn from more than 100 letters he has written to prisoners over the years. Read excerpts and order a copy.
In this teaching Lama Zopa Rinpoche advises that rejoicing is a simple way to achieve enlightenment. Rinpoche says rejoicing is a genuine feeling of happiness and joy, appreciating one’s own qualities and those of others.
Rinpoche discusses the benefits of Medicine Buddha practice in this teaching excerpt from the 36th Kopan Meditation Course.