The final teaching on the auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints
Archive | July, 2017
How mindfulness of death and impermanence provides motivation to practice the Dharma, and why we need reasoning and logic as part of our spiritual practice.
An 88-year-old father of one of Venerable Chodron’s students writes a poem to explain what he has learned from reading Working with Anger.
We can get lost in the bad news of the day. A student reflects on how to avoid the extremes of malaise and apathy.
Contemplating the suffering of all sentient beings and how compassion gives courage and energy to practice.
Traditional ways to deal with problems skillfully and four good qualities of suffering.
The Buddhist explanation of unpleasant experiences and techniques to transform suffering.
The Buddhist view on happiness and suffering, how we normally react to problems, and choosing not to believe in the stories our mind tells us.
Introduction to the text with an explanation of why we would want to study debate.
An overview of the path to awakening, focusing on the three principal aspects of the path.