An introduction to the Green Tara practice.
How to have a balanced relationship with technology and not let it get in the way of connecting from the heart with others.
The version of the Tara sadhana used during the 2009-2010 Green Tara Winter Retreat along with a recorded guided meditation.
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
Although the Buddhist teachings have taken different forms, the traditions have much in common: a common heritage, shared goals, and similar practices.
How to hold a mind of compassion for ourselves and others when we are overwhelmed by afflictions.
Review of the eight attributes of the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha according to Maitreya’s “Treatise on the Sublime Continuum.”
The psychology of the Green Tara sadhana practice, from refuge and bodhicitta up to the mandala offering.
Teaching on Verses 5-8 from Khunu Lama Rinpoche’s “The Precious Lamp in Praise of Bodhicitta.”
Clarification of points from the previous day’s teachings, and the first teaching on Khunu Lama Rinpoche’s verses in praise of bodhicitta.
The unusual background of Khunu Rinpoche Tenzin Gyaltsen who is the author of the text “The Precious Lamp in Praise of Bodhicitta.”
Relating more qualities of the Buddha to a verse that is used to praise the Buddha in the Tibetan tradition.
How persons and things exist by being merely designated by conception but still exist conventionally. Differentiating between what exists and what does not.
The four things that a Buddha has confidence in, and how reflecting on this can increase our confidence in the Buddha and in ourselves.