A listing of the venues and topics that Venerable Thubten Chodron will teach on during her time in Singapore from December 2014 to January 2015.
The Abbey celebrates the arrival of Venerable Thubten Chodron's new book Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions.
About the practice of the Majushri sadhana, the symbolism of the deity's appearance and what the practice means.
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Praise for the book “Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions.”
An excerpt from Dakini Power: Twelve Extraordinary Women Shaping the Transmission of Tibetan Buddhism in the West by Michaela Haas.
Using the Dharma to process outrage at the Grand Jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri to acquit police officer Darren Wilson of shooting Michael Brown.
The five wrong views that get in the way of our understanding conventional and ultimate reality. How the four distortions underlie the afflictions.
How to work with our rationalizing mind that tries to make excuses to follow our afflictions.
The importance of finding our own internal wisdom, integrating the Dharma into our lives so that we know how to practice when difficult situations arise.
Looking at the six root afflictions—the causes of problems in this life and future lives.
Refuting inherent existence by analyzing how visual and auditory objects are perceived.
Looking at the reality of our present situation will motivate us seek authentic happiness.
Venerable Thubten Jampa shares how living at the Abbey and practicing with the community has helped her become more open, confident, and interested in others.
Refuting the inherent existence of visual objects as well as of the eye sense faculty that perceives them.
Examining how the source of our anger is our own mind, and that we have the potential to be free of anger and have a heart of compassion and love without bias.