Antidotes to arrogance and the importance of opposing the self-centered thought.
Archive | February, 2016
Thirteen questions raised by the study of Mahamudra and their import on the study of religion in general.
How to cultivate serenity taking the conventional nature of the mind as the object.
Complaining about our lot just leads to more confinement. An inmate talks about contentment.
The history of Mahamudra in the Gelgupa lineage, and a commentary on the first 12 verses of “Highway of the Conquerors.”
Dr. Roger Jackson from Carleton College gives a weekend course on Mahamudra, beginning with a historical overview of Mahamudra in India and Tibet.
Reflecting on four ways in which karma is powerful helps us to make our virtuous actions strong and abandon nonvirtues.
Tricycle Magazine interviews Venerable Thubten Chodron about the challenges and joys of being a monk or nun in America.
How to overcome our resistance to rejoicing in others’ good fortune.
Looking at the causes of the signs of the Buddha’s body shows us what to practice to transform our mind. Commentary on the last 10 of the 32 signs.