Our own enlightenment is dependent on each and every sentient being. When we abandon the selfish mind and begin to cherish others as we currently do ourselves,
Archive | August, 2003
The self-centered mind is one of the chief obstacles to our attaining liberation and enlightenment.
The second method of generating bodhicitta, called equalizing and exchanging self and others, is discussed.
The decision we make in our Dharma practice to benefit all sentient beings is a necessary step in our development of bodhicitta.
Thoughts on fleeting nature of objects of attachment such as reputation, possessions, and emotions.
Just as love is the thought that we want all beings to have happiness, so great compassion is the thought that we want all beings to be free from suffering.
It is possible to see all beings, whether they are friends, enemies, or strangers, as being worthy of unconditional love.
Generating the bodhicitta motivation to lead our mind in a virtuous direction
How to change your habituation towards angry reactions.