A series of monthly teachings based on the book "Don't Believe Everything You Think," a commentary on the "The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas.
A 17-year-old student from Singapore shares his insights on working with anger.
Learning to swallow our pride can help to create peace and clarity.
Apathy is a self-defeating mental state. How to cultivate the four aspects of joyous effort when our mind gets apathetic.
Mindfulness and introspective awareness are crucial tools in removing weeds that destroy the garden of happiness.
A television show on animal behavior brings insights into working with anger.
Pride and self-centeredness are obstacles to our happiness and well-being.
Cultivating the qualities of a proper student to receive the teachings on the correct view of the nature of reality.
In searching for happiness we need to cultivate our ability to love people more openly, and to relate to possessions in a more practical way.
How attachment to wealth breeds anxiety and dissatisfaction, and how contentment with what we have brings peace.
In the search for happiness, attachment to fame and reputation is a major cause of unhappiness in our lives.
The ultimate and conventional Dharma and Sangha Jewels. The Pali and Sanskrit traditions’ view of the Buddha and how each is useful.
Why the Buddha is a reliable source of refuge. The ultimate and conventional Buddha refuge. Explanation of the Buddha kayas or bodies and their qualities.