How a student used practice and meditation to help her through the pain and discomfort of follow-up medical examinations after treatment for cancer.
Praise for the book "Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions."
Wise advice for living a happier life, setting priorities and cultivating an expansive motivation and care for others.
How we begin to understand emptiness gradually, and how the two truths—ultimate and conventional—go together.
On the hindrances that arise when we cultivate concentration and how to counteract them with antidotes.
Mindfulness of the Dharma teachings that we have studied and contemplated is our best friend on the spiritual path.
Quiz questions for a review of chapter 9 of Aryadeva’s “400 Stanzas on the Middle Way.”
How to properly rely on a spiritual mentor, a guided analytical meditation followed by a review and discussion of selected points.
How our spiritual faith can counteract disturbing states of mind and sustain us in our practice.
Objects do not exist the way they appear to the senses. Examining the reasonings that refute the inherent existence of objects apprehended by the senses.
Meeting a qualified Mahayana spiritual mentor is crucial for us to progress along the path to awakening.
A series of monthly teachings based on the book “Don’t Believe Everything You Think,” a commentary on the “The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas.
The Three Jewels are the most reliable source of refuge from all forms of suffering in cyclic existence.