Tara the liberator shows us how to free ourselves from the eight dangers: ignorance, anger, jealousy, wrong views, miserliness, attachment, and doubt.
Taking refuge in the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha is deepened by studying and relating to their distinguishing features and characteristics.
Praise for the book "Living with an Open Heart."
Reflections on the riots in Ferguson, Missouri and the response by the police.
Inmates express their creativity and devotion to the Dharma through beautiful works of art.
Looking at the absurd consequences that result from positing truly existent future, present and past.
Additional background and looking at the summarizing verse to prepare for the verses refuting truly existent time.
Faced with the drawbacks of worldliness, a student aspires always to remember where to turn.
If you are incarcerated, are you necessarily in a prison?
The kindness of our spiritual mentors and the three practices of offering to repay their kindness.
Which comes first: the past or the future? This teaching on the Buddhist perspective on the three times questions our ordinary conceptions about time.
An overview of the graduated path to awakening and how it relates to the Three Principal Aspects of the Path.
The eight benefits of properly relying on the spiritual mentor and the disadvantages of not doing so.