The Thirty-seven Practices of Bodhisattvas with the Dalai Lama
The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet

The Thirty-seven Practices of Bodhisattvas with the Dalai Lama

During a ceremony at Paljor Stadium in , , , The discussed the “Thirty-seven Practices”, emphasizing the importance of renouncing one’s homeland, cultivating seclusion, and letting go of worldly .

He highlighted the practices of , urging the exchange of personal for the of others, dedicating one’s and virtues to those who harm you, and assuming the misdeeds and pain of all beings.

The Dalai emphasized the significance of viewing the disparagement from others as an opportunity for , applying the principles of emptiness, and studying treatises such as ’s “Fundamental of the Middle Way” and ’s “Entering into the Middle Way”.

He advised practitioners to examine and eliminate personal errors, refrain from criticizing those on the Great Vehicle path, and abandon attachments to relationships and .

Additionally, he stressed the importance of controlling emotions, practicing in all activities, and dedicating the merits of such efforts to .

Overall, these encapsulate the path towards spiritual development and .


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