Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche
Note: These transcripts are edited transcripts of live teachings, and should not be taken as Rinpoche’s final word. Every effort has been made to ensure they are accurate both in terms of words and meaning, however all errors and misunderstandings are the responsibility of the editors of madhyamaka.com. Please see note.
Transcripts & Commentaries
by Alex Li Trisoglio
Sadhana of the Recollection of the Noble Three Jewels
February 19, 2021
Taipei, Taiwan (1H 0M)
Teaching on the Noble Three Jewels (Buddha, Dharma and Sangha).
February 2021 (undated)
Taipei, Taiwan (0H 14M)
Teaching on nonduality, mandala, Vairochana and Mantra of Dependent Origination.
Vipassana for beginners
December 11-12, 2020
Taipei, Taiwan (2 days)
Public teaching “Vipassana primarily for beginners and non-Buddhists”. Includes recordings of DJKR leading guided mindfulness meditations on body and mind.
Buddhism and modernity
November 25, 2020
Taipei, Taiwan (2H 53M)
Public teaching “A Contemporary Buddhist Perspective on Myth, Language, Globalization and Societal Values”.
Return to Normal
October 10-11, 2020.
Taipei, Taiwan (2 days)
Public teaching at Taipei International Convention Center.
September 12, 2020
Bir, India (0H 39M)
Public teaching online from Khyentse Labrang in celebration of the accumulation of 100 million Shakyamuni mantras as part of Bhumisparsha.
June 4-5, 2020 (Saga Dawa)
Bir, India (0H 3M + 0H 19M)
Public teaching online from Khyentse Labrang.
May 7, 2020 (Vesak)
Bir, India (0H 42M)
Bodhisattva Vow Ceremony, public teaching online from Khyentse Labrang.
The Way of the Tathagata
December 27-29, 2019
Pune, India (3 days)
Public teaching at Savitribai Phule Pune University Campus.
2003-2004 (2 years)
Two-year teaching cycle given at Centre d’Études de Chanteloube, Dordogne, France.
Transcript (available from Siddhartha’s Intent).
Note on Siddhartha’s Intent Transcripts
Founded in 1986 by Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, Siddhartha’s Intent supports Rinpoche’s buddhadharma activities worldwide by organizing teachings and retreats, distributing and archiving recorded teachings, transcribing, editing and translating manuscripts and practice texts, and establishing a global community committed to study and practice.
With the exception of its publications, Siddhartha’s Intent does not publish official transcripts of Rinpoche’s teachings. At the request of Siddhartha’s Intent, the transcripts on this website should not be considered Siddhartha’s Intent publications nor are they copyright of Siddhartha’s Intent.
Furthermore, the transcripts are edited transcripts of live teachings, and should not be taken as Rinpoche’s final word. Although every effort has been made to ensure that these transcripts (and any other references to Rinpoche’s teachings) are accurate both in terms of words and meaning, this is necessarily a case of “thus have I heard”1Ed.: “Thus have I heard” (Pali: Evam me suttam) is the first line of the standard introduction to Buddhist sutras. Traditionally, this phrase serves to confirm that the discourse is coming from the Buddha himself, as a “seal of authenticity”. However, Rinpoche has also advised us to use it to remember that our experience, understanding and recollection of a teaching is necessarily coloured and conditioned by our own projections. We cannot therefore expect that our subjective understanding or recollection of a teaching is shared by others or that it corresponds to what Rinpoche intended to communicate. See also “Thus have I heard” in wikipedia.. All errors and misunderstandings are the responsibility of the editors of madhyamaka.com. The audio and video recordings of Rinpoche’s teachings remain the definitive record.
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