Karma is definite, expandable, doesn’t get lost, and results from the causes that we have created through the actions of our body, speech, and mind.
Archive | May, 2002
The Buddhist practice of meditation on our own deaths can free our minds from the attachments and obsessions that often disrupt our daily lives.
By reflecting carefully and thoroughly on death and impermanence, we reach the conclusion that we must practice Dharma purely.
Contemplating the rarity of a precious human life complete with both the ability and the freedom to study the Dharma inspires us to further our practice.
How we can use our precious human life to advance ourselves on the Dharma path.
A powerful practice from the King of Prayers that can be done daily to purify and accumulate merit.
How to work with mental obstacles that keep us from practicing the Dharma.
We are stuck in cyclic existence. Through the teachings, we see the problems of cyclic existence and begin to find our way out.
Seven ways to purify the mind and to accumulate merit, the purpose and ways of making offerings, and how to overcome miserliness and stinginess.
How the Buddhist teachings plant in our minds the seed of the realizations that will will eventually lead us to liberation and enlightenment.