Good Karma: Taking responsibility for our experience

How to create the causes of happiness and avoid suffering

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Part of a series of talks given at Kurukulla Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

  • When we understand karma we accept responsibility for what we experience
  • Our everyday actions are transformed when we understand karma
  • Misunderstanding karma can lead to short-term thinking and self-sabotage
  • Purifying harmful actions done to others
  • The advantages of not taking everything so personally
  • The immediate effects of divisive speech and long-term karmic results
  • Using tonglen to purify divisive speech
  • Questions and answers
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