Choeze Kuchen | Dharma Practice
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Dharma Practice

The Buddha’s teachings

Back about 2,500 years ago, Buddha has came up with teachings after attaining enlightenment. And the Buddha’s teachings are also known as Dharma are based on “The Four Noble Truths of Sufferings”:

  1. The truth of suffering (Dukkha)
  2. The truth of the origin of suffering (Samudāya)
  3. The truth of the cessation of suffering (Nirodha)
  4. The truth of the path to the cessation of suffering (Magga)

Improving quality of life through Dharma

Everyday, we, as a human being, face problems that are caused by ignorance. Through Dharma practice, we would improve our quality of life by reducing our suffering and problems by removing ignorance.


At its core, Dharma teaching would focus on the “Four Reliances”:

  1. Rely on the teaching, not on the person;
  2. Rely on the meaning, not on the words;
  3. Rely on the definitive meaning, not on the provisional;
  4. Rely on your wisdom mind, not on your ordinary mind


The Four Reliances emphasizes on peace and happiness achieved through inner development; instead of material gains.

Choeze Kuchen Rinpoche and the Phowa practice

Choeze Kuchen Rinpoche has been practicing and delivering Phowa teaching for the many years. He is also one of the few Rinpoches who are qualified to teach the Phowa practice, and is widely recognized by the practitioners in the South East Asia region.