Shamar Rinpoche: The Road To Kalimpong

Road to Kalimpong

Road to Kalimpong

 

Shamar Rinpoche’s Kudung makes the journey from Karmapa International Buddhist Institute in Delhi to Diwakar Buddhist Academy in Kalimpong, as hundred’s line the road to pay hommage to their teacher.

Everything, everything is impermanent.
Nothing is permanent, so you should be aware of it.
Therefore, you should not be surprised when something is changed.
Yes?
Not permanent.
So you should accept it, you should understand that things are not permanent.

If you think whether there is a chance to be liberated, or get out of these problems of suffering or whatever,
Yes, there is!
Why?
It’s naturally there, naturally.

It is not that you have to depend on a kind of, somebody’s blessings,
The cure is within you.

All the phenomena does not carry any substantial existence, or ultimate existence.
It is, it carries, the quality of illusion.
Therefore, Buddhism is a great knowledge,
Buddhism follows the nature of phenomena.

The Buddhist view follows the nature of phenomena,
and by knowing so you can cure the problems,
you can develop the cure from within it.

So meditation follows the nature, it is a natural antidote.
Yes?
So once you learn the meditation and how to improve your wisdom,
How to overcome all your illusions, all your ignorance.

Everything, everything is impermanent.
Inevitable,
It is, you will change, it will be changed.
So, yes, change is inevitable.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. tearfuldishwasher
    Jul 22, 2014 @ 19:21:10

    Thank you for posting this beautiful film, it makes me feel like I can be a part of this whole unfolding journey. what blessings, what astounding power our teacher manifests!

    e ma ho!

    Reply

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