Bringing to Mind the Qualities of the Three Jewels (Part 6)
with Khentrul Rinpoche

with Khentrul Rinpoche

Streaming Webcast at 5:30 pm Pacific Time

January 15, 2014

Within the Buddhist tradition both the temporary and ultimate source of refuge are the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha. If we develop wisdom-
understanding of them, we will come to realize how relying on these three jewels is a source of protection from suffering and how they are not misleading, or fallible. Furthermore, if we know the meaning and classifications of taking refuge, it will lead us to greater confidence in the dharma, our practice will become more profound, a firm foundation for the entire path will be established, and understanding the way in which, within Buddhism, one comes to cultivate a non-judgmental view will be cultivated. This knowledge is a source of inconceivable qualities and insight. A sutra of the Buddha Shakyamuni, Bringing to Mind the Qualities of the Three Jewels conveys with few words the complete essential points of meaning.

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