Ringu Tulku gives a teaching on the dharani of interdependence:
རྒྱུ་ལ་འགོག་པ་གང་ཡིན་པ། །དགེ་སྦྱོང་ཆེན་པོས་འདི་སྐད་གསུངས། །
All dharmas originate from causes.
The Tathagata has taught these causes,
And also that which puts a stop to these causes—
This too has been taught by the Great Shramana.
Ringu Tulku talks about integrating spiritual practice into daily life.
The Dharma practice should not be something outside our life. It is about HOW we live our life.
Ringu Tulku explains “Rime”, a practice that is done without boundaries
Ringu Tulku tells the story of great lama called Do Khyentse, to help illustrate why practitioner’s shouldn’t be so fickle and give up their teacher’s so easily.
Ringu Tulku explains how helping others creates a meaningful life.
Ringu Tulku talks about these three important topics (impermanence, interdependence, emptiness) in Buddhism, going through each. His reasoning is that by understanding these topics in sequential order, one topic leads to the understanding of the next one.