How the Buddhist approach to benefiting others starts with motivation. Working with the mind to habituate virtuous motivations.
Author Archive | Venerable Thubten Damchö
Venerable Thubten Damcho reviews the nine stages of sustained attention, using the visual tool of a traditional Tibetan thangkha.
Venerable Thubten Damcho reflects on her recent trip to Asia, and explores the idea of a Buddhist education.
Venerable Thubten Damcho continues the review of joyous effort, covering discouragement, faith, and favorable conditions
Venerable Thubten Damcho reviews the two types of meditation on equanimity and discusses their similarities and differences.
A review of the three, eight, and six types of dukkha of beings in cyclic existence. Guided meditation on the dukkha of the beings of the six realms.
Venerable Thubten Damcho shares some of the advice she received regarding preparing and planning to become a monastic.
Kindness is all around us and we can condition ourselves to see it in every single being through reflection and meditation. Then a wish to repay it arises.
A study guide for the book “Don’t Believe Everything You Think.”
An interview with Venerable Thubten Damcho by “The Straits Times” on how she came to choose monastic life.