Intoxication with sense pleasures causes us to be unaware of the results of our actions.
Archive | March, 2011
Motivated by anger, we do many harmful actions that only bring suffering. The main cause of anger is simply not getting what we want.
Anger arises from inappropriate attention on an object—interpreting things inaccurately and creating stories that don’t exist.
Arrogance, which manifests in many ways, can become a hindrance to learning.
Advice from Geshe Sonam Rinchen on how to practice the four establishments of mindfulness.
Pride comes from an inflated sense of selfhood, either thinking oneself superior or inferior. True inner self-confidence counteracts pride.
Elaborating on the meaning and symbolization of the visualization in the White Tara sadhana.