Investigating the benefits of daily spiritual practice, taking refuge and precepts, as well as an in-depth look at our harmful actions of speech.
Archive | April, 2006
Introduction to the Vajrasattva practice including how to visualize and the meaning of the mantra, followed by an in-depth look at anger, forgiveness, and guilt
We don’t get enlightened simply by having faith but through transforming our mind.
What is the true meaning of our precious human rebirth? Remembering karma and creating the cause for future happiness.
Encouragement to really make the generation of bodhicitta the foremost thing in our life, leading to wonderful results for ourselves and others.
The author’s intention in composing the text and learning from his humility. The conditions to practice the Buddha’s teachings are extremely rare.
Explanation: there’s no irreparable gap between who we are and the goal of Buddhahood. The mind is the nature of clear light and obscurations are adventitious.
Setting the context, motivation and attitude to learn the text. Explaining the Buddhist concept of mind and four principles that make a teaching Buddhist.
Controlling the mind in order to control anger.
Possibility and validity of introducing bhikshuni ordination into the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.