The second of the four opponent powers, regret, and how it is essential to purification of nonvirtue.
Archive | September, 2017
Guided meditation on the Vajrasattva purification practice.
What it means to purify nonvirtue and why it’s important. Overview of the Vajrasattva practice. The first of the four opponent powers, reliance.
How the teachings on karma and its effects will enable us to take responsibility for our experiences and make changes to our ways of thinking and behavior.
Venerable Thubten Jigme reviews the bodhisattva perfection of joyous effort, including the three kinds of joyous effort and the three kinds laziness
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal gives a brief overview of Buddhist ontology and walks the class through completion of Exercise 4.4
Karma, the cultivation of inner qualities, and how to remain positive and be a source of strength to others in the face of suffering.
Teaching on responding to religious intolerance and hate with fortitude and compassion
Geshe Dadul Namgyal explains how syllogisms are used in Buddhist logic and debate, and answers general questions on Buddhist philosophy.
The Buddha had an answer for those who believed in the innate superiority of certain groups of people. His teachings show the ways we are all equal.