A summary of the book launch and signing event for the book Living with an Open Heart at Poh Ming Tse Temple in Singapore.
A talk on the practices common to the different Buddhist traditions based on the book "Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions."
Statements made by His Holiness the Dalai Lama during the Jangchup Lamrim teachings regarding bhikṣuṇī ordination and the geshe-ma degree.
Tracy Simmons speaks to Venerable Thubten Chodron about her new book and why it would be of interest and value to Buddhists especially in the West.
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Anxiety about the state of the world can be eased by reflecting on the kindness in the world and maintaining a balanced view.
Examining the relationship between an object and its attributes, and the whole and its parts, to refute the wrong view of inherent existence.
On Martin Luther King Day, Venerable Thubten Chodron responds to an African-American’s student’s question on how to deal with anger related to racism.
The purpose and benefits of maintaining silence during retreat.
Explanation of the Noble Eightfold Path as it is viewed in the Pali and Sanskrit traditions. Similarities and Differences.
Advice on how to cultivate wisdom to counteract our wrong views while on retreat.
Applying ultimate analysis to challenge our assumptions about what makes a person a terrorist.
Teachings on the Manjushri practice and a question and answer session with the one-month Manjushri retreatants at Sravasti Abbey.
The importance of setting a Dharma motivation to help us cultivate joyous effort and use our time in retreat fruitfully.
The meaning of retreat is not finding the perfect external environment, but retreating from the afflictions. How to use everything as part of the practice.