Teachings on the type of consciousness that concludes without a direct experience or infererence.
Archive | February, 2013
Instructions on how to gently transition back into non-retreat life after the end of a long retreat.
Tips for dealing with pain during meditation; how to bring it into the practice.
Working with our mind to distinguish the conceptual thoughts versus the real feelings or needs and how to identify a remedy or antidote.
How to notice and overcome self-grasping ignorance.
Reflecting on a point Jeffrey Hopkins made during his keynote speech at a symposium on the Tibetan reincarnation system.
What defines a “good” and “bad” day during meditation retreat and how to realistically assess our practice.
How to work with negative emotions like sadness by applying the four establishments of mindfulness.
Bodhicitta and three types of dukkha in relationship to meditating on the four establishments of mindfulness.
Reflecting on stress and how it is sometimes related to our expectations.