Harmonious Relationships

Pema Khandro answers students questions about whether it is useful to give other people critical feedback and advice. She explains that the root of the Buddhist teachings is examining one’s own mind and discusses harmonious relationships and a sane Buddhist community through relaxing in the face of others imperfections.

 

Pema Khandro
Pema Khandro is a Tibetan Buddhist scholar, humanitarian, and teacher in the rare lineage of Tibet’s Buddhist Yogis. Raised in the west, ordained in the Nyingma lineage, enthroned as a tulku and trained as an academic, Pema Khandro presents both a traditional perspective and a modern voice. Read more at: https://www.pemakhandro.org/pema-khandro-extended-biography/
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  1. WOW! I love this topic. Thank you for re-clarifying (I say re-clarifying because I’m know you’ve told us this many times before) what our work is as practitioners when communicating with others. There are so many different types of “communication” exercises available out there in the world. It’s very helpful to know the underlying focus that makes communication a liberating and satisfying experience.

  2. Thank you Rinpoche for the potent reminder to look into my own mind instead of trying to fix someone else! It’s so potent to be present to the opportunity before me to practice in this way more deeply…all the time. Recallibrating!!!!!!!!

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