Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche
Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche at the White Gompa. © Risto Kuulasmaa.

From today’s teaching at Shedrub Ling:

It’s not enough to think you understand impermanence and then to forget about it. The real dharma practitioner is someone who contemplates impermanence many times throughout day. Only then do our fixations begin to loosen, our attachments begin to break. Only then do we finally begin to relax.

 

 

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