Generating bodhicitta through the meditations on equalizing and exchanging self and others.
Archive | June, 2015
Review of the three mental nonvirtuous pathways of action: covetousness, maliciousness, and wrong view.
A look at how practicing the four immeasurables changes our relationship to others and transforms our own mind. Also a review of taking refuge and precepts.
Looking at things and people in a more realistic way can help us have a different response and reduce the dukkha experienced.
A teaching on compassion drawing from the book “Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions.”
A discussion to spark an honest reflection on feelings about aging and help bring the Dharma into the aging process.
An overview of the motivations and practices that comprise the three levels of the path.
Concluding the seven-point cause and effect method to cultivate bodhicitta with guided meditations on love, compassion, the great resolve and bodhicitta.
Knowing the broad framework of the path you will know where the diverse teachings fit in the path and how all the topics fit together.
A review of the nonvirtuous pathways of harsh speech and idle talk. Looking at the varieties of harsh speech and idle talk.