Refuting erroneous views of an unchanging self, both innate and acquired. How to use awareness of momentary change to live a meaningful life.
Archive | May, 2014
The antidote to feeling poor is generosity, might it be in material or in immaterial wealth.
Attachment to loved ones and friends creates suffering that distracts us from our spiritual aspirations.
Praise for the book “Living with an Open Heart.”
Afflictive emotions like miserliness and anger only bring us misery, though we think they’ll bring us happiness.
Remembering the patience and determination of the Buddha during our own struggle for awakening.
A student shares her thoughts on doing purification practice after attending the Vajrasattva retreat at Sravasti Abbey.
How keeping precepts helps one’s meditation practice and helps in living a happier life.
What the self is and is not. Consciousness can be valid and mistaken at the same time. Overcoming laziness and setting up conditions for meditation.
Understanding emptiness in the context of the entire Buddhist path, with the wish to attain liberation from cyclic existence and to free others from suffering.