37 Practices of a Bodhisattva

A series of teachings from the Ven. Dorzin Dhondrup Rinpoche, conducted by Zoom, available worldwide. October 2020.

Teaching Recordings, including question and answer sessions.
Lesson 1 on 3rd Oct 2020,
Lesson 2 on 4th Oct 2020,
Lesson 3 on 10th Oct 2020,
Lesson 4 on 11th Oct 2020,
Lesson 5 on 17th Oct 2020,

Lesson 6 on 18th Oct 2020
Lesson 7 on 24th Oct 2020
Lesson 8 on 25th Oct 2020
Lesson 9 on 31st Oct 2020
Lesson 10 on 1st Nov 2020
The 37 practices of a Bodhisattva is a concise text written by a Tibetan teacher in the 14th century named Togme Zangpo. It’s a summary of how we should behave and serves as a practical guide as we are on the path to awakening. Thirty-seven Practices seeks to make clear the day-to-day behavior of a Bodhisattva. Though short in length, a person could spend a lifetime perfecting the practices. It’s a Tibetan Mahayana teaching. Togme Zangpo describes 37 practices we should adopt on the Bodhisattva path.

Even if we don’t have the lofty goal of being Bodhisattvas, these teachings can still help us deal with the ordinary problems in our lives. We can learn to handle our lives better by following these methods.