What we get jealous about, what we do when we get jealous, and how to practice rejoicing as an antidote.
Archive | November, 2002
Developing love for all sentient beings, cultivating gratitude, and a discussion about karma.
What it means to be happy, practicing contentment, and practicing generosity with wisdom.
Practicing equanimity with those we dislike, cultivating kindness in everyday life, and what it means to forgive.
The meaning of immeasurable equanimity and love and the significance of the word “all” when we generate the four immeasurables towards all sentient beings.
An attitude of loving-kindness enriches our daily life in all kinds of circumstances, helps us to connect with others and leads to inner peace.
How Dharma practice can help us to become friends with ourselves, and lead ethical lives that benefit others.
Buddha’s teachings attract people who are looking for a spiritual practice that creates inner peace and happiness based on logic and reason.
Identifying and managing fear and anxiety can liberate us to generate greater compassion towards others.
Honest recognition of our thoughts increase the courage to practice the Dharma.