Venerable Chodron's teaching tour in the United States and Mexico in April 2015.
A summary of the book launch and signing event for the book Living with an Open Heart at Poh Ming Tse Temple in Singapore.
Statements made by His Holiness the Dalai Lama during the Jangchup Lamrim teachings regarding bhikṣuṇī ordination and the geshe-ma degree.
The schedule of teachings and retreats that will be taking place in Indonesia in June 2015.
How the book Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions differs from other books about the various Buddhist traditions.
A study guide to encourage readers to form groups and delve into wealth of material in this book.
How to cultivate the spirit of aspiring bodhicitta and maintain it without degeneration.
On how conscientiousness and forethought contribute to beneficial behavior, whereas impulsiveness only brings about the opposite of what we want.
Thinking deeply about whether we truly have a precious human life, and whether we are creating the causes for a series of such rebirths.
How having a motivation to be of benefit to others enables us to have a happy mind regardless of what is going on around us.
A monastic aspirant is given advice on examining oneself for hidden negative motivations, and a novice nun wonders how to think about bhikshuni ordination.
A look at the topics in each chapter and a reading from the chapter on bodhicitta.
On how attachment to the most trivial things binds our mind to cyclic existence.
The disadvantages of self-centeredness, the benefits of cherishing others, and how these meditations lead us to exchanging self and others and tonglen.
The credit card refutation. Using the example of a plastic credit card to refute an object’s truly existent arising, abiding and ceasing.