Sitting Where Buddha Once Walked with Khyentse Norbu
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

Sitting Where Buddha Once Walked with Khyentse Norbu

In a talk called “Sitting Where Once Walked” delves into the historical significance of their location near the Narana river, believed to be where Buddha once walked.

This spot holds immense importance in , as it’s where the overcame demons representing emotions and death.

Formerly a farming community, it’s speculated to be where Lady Sujata offered Buddha rice and milk, symbolizing the auspicious .

underscores the significance of collecting and translating Buddha’s , known as the Tripitaka, which have been disseminated across continents.

These teachings, encapsulated in the in , delve into understanding truths about the world and the nature of our .

Khyentse emphasizes the relevance of these teachings in contemporary , as they offer insights into navigating both external and internal .


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