Description of the different visualizations in the Vajrasattva practice that purify our negativities.
Archive | December, 2012
Under the guidance of Vajrasattva, we can begin to purify the non-virtues, afflictions, and broken precepts that are the source of our suffering.
Poem by an inmate. Dark in tone, it touches on the inter-connectedness of us all and the suffering that all beings experience.
The Buddhist worldview leads us to generate regret in a new and powerful way.
Exploring the basis upon which we generate refuge and bodhicitta, the first step in the purification process.
Exploring the qualities of a Buddha through the four fearlessnesses and ten powers of a Tathagata as laid out in the “Greater Discourse on the Lion’s Roar.”
Guided Vajrasattva sadhana followed by instruction on how to engage with purification practice.
How the principle of dependent arising can be applied to all aspects of life, from contemporary issues of public healthcare and global politics, to the physical
Anger plays a key part in relationships. Its various manifestations and antidotes are explored in this question-and-answer session.
Compassion is more powerful than anger when working for social justice.