Trinlay Rinpoche shows how important it is for us to become aware of the impact of our actions on our body, speech and mind. Only in this way can we learn to be more attentive, to align ourselves again and again for the good of all and thus reap the appropriate results.
Rinpoche explains in a unique arc themes such as the 10 healing and the 10 unwholesome actions, the law of cause and effect, the right understanding of emptiness, ego attachment, and the 12 links of dependent arising.
Rinpoche’s cheerful nature makes it easy for us to follow his profound teachings.
Trinlay Tulku Rinpoche, born in 1975 in Switzerland as the son of American-French parents, was recognized early by the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa as a rebirth of an important Buddhist teacher. Since then he has undergone traditional training for Tulkus as well as studying at Western universities. He is considered the first western rebirth of a lama of the Karma Kagyu school and teaches in Asia, Europe and America.
His teachings are extraordinary because he is as familiar with the Tibetan mentality as he is with the European way of life.