A student of Venerable Chodron's writes about the futility of attachment to others in our quest for love and peace in our lives.
A commentary on verses from “Precious Garland” describes how a government based on Dharma principles and compassion would operate and benefit society.
The schedule of Venerable Thubten Chodron's teaching tour during the winter of 2017-2018.
Advice and discussion about governing and leadership, Buddhist activism, and compassion towards prisoners.
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
Covering “What Statements of Pervasion Imply,” “Statements of Pervasion Imply Statements of Qualities,” and “Statements of Pervasion that Include a Negative.”
The last three limbs of the seven-limb practice in the context of the Amitabha Buddha sadhana.
An inmate writes about seeing others as equal in worth.
Finishing the discussion on the five hindrances and moving on to the five faults of meditation and the eight antidotes.
The seven-limb practice in the context of the Amitabha sadhana, explaining the rich benefits of rejoicing.
A continuation of the section on statements of qualities in Chapter Five.
Continuation of the explanation of the seven-limb prayer in the context of the Amitabha sadhana, explaining the practice of confession.
The seven-limb prayer as part of the Amitabha sadhana: the practices of bowing and making offerings.
The three kinds of accumulations in the Amitabha practice.
A young person reflects on the reasons he took refuge with Venerable Chodron.