Karma and its effects explains the link between actions and experiences. By changing our mental states and actions we have the power to change our experiences.
If you can open yourself up to another person’s suffering, you are quickly motivated to alleviate it.
The more we can develop compassion and fortitude, the more resistant we are to anger.
The story behind writing the book. Reading of selected verses and the commentary.
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
Teaching on the auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints focusing on those which aid the perfection of far-reaching ethical conduct.
A comical explanation of the taking-and-giving meditation and beginning to teach on the last section including closing words of advice.
After a lifetime of looking for meaning in life, a student turns to the Dharma as the best way to help others.
How does one deal with one’s own judgmental mind? A student examines the benefits of applying equanimity to oneself, and then to others.
The first teaching on the 46 auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints, covering the first six which help us in our practice of far-reaching generosity.
Teaching the “Twenty-Verse Prayer,” focusing on verses of aspiration and dedication for self and others.
Because we exist on a continuum we are experiencing the results of past actions and actively creating the causes for our experience in the future.
A look at the western psychological perspective on compassion and how it relates to the Buddhist world view.
Venerable Thubten Tsultrim reviews equalizing and exchanging self with others.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi reviews the infinite merit required to attain the Buddha’s bodies and the different classifications of buddha bodies.