The types of patience and how to develop patience, how to use patience to work with and overcome our anger.
Archive | November, 2011
A passage from the Anguttara Nikaya which elucidates going for refuge in the Three Jewels as well as practicing the five precepts.
A passage from the Samyutta Nikaya that teaches that the way to be kind to ourselves is by avoiding non-virtue and practicing virtue.
A clear guide on doing the ngondro practice of refuge—how to visualize, count mantra, and the benefits of the practice.
Topics for discussion regarding taking formal refuge in the Three Jewels and the meaning and significance of taking each of the five lay precepts.
Guida chiara alla pratica ngondro della presa di rifugio: come visualizzare, contare i mantra, i benefici della pratica.
What it means to cultivate immeasurable equanimity, love, compassion, and joy. How to expand our minds and care for others equally, without bias.
The three types of ethical conduct and four ways in which ethical errors occur and their antidotes.
Applying the Buddha´s teaching to modern times. Answers to some of the daily issues of life in today’s world.
We can develop bodhicitta by practicing self-compassion, awareness of inner feelings, and motivation to change.