Overcoming the discontented mind opens the way to greater compassion. How to face our fears in times of difficulty.
Archive | 2003
The ways being in prison has forced an inmate to face his delusions and become mindful of the processes of his mind.
Tibetan students discuss topics such as happiness, difficult times, karma, meditation, God, pride, and many others.
An inmate shares his thoughts on keeping up hope in a difficult environment.
Examining one of the key concepts in the Buddhist worldview, which is that we are reborn after death.
Buddhist teachings offer youth helpful tips in dealing with friendships: difficult friends, peer pressure, how to speak skillfully, how to be true to oneself.
Transforming the judgmental mind by appreciating the kindness of others.
Using patience to overcome the painful affliction of anger.
How we set ourselves up for disappointment through our expectations, and how we can find true happiness by rejoicing and practicing gratitude instead.
Overcoming fear and the judgmental mind to reach sentient beings in prison.