An inmate uses his understanding of Buddhism to connect with all religions he comes into contact with.
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Fraudulent tax returns and changing credit scores elicit a meditation on emptiness.
Members of a prison Dharma group make their vision of a stupa a reality.
How community life is integral to monastic training. The value of monastic community and how the prescriptive precepts help to shape the sangha.
An example of how to meditate to loosen our craving for others’ approval. The right mindset with which to view the practice of ethical conduct.
Cultivating compassion for specific groups of people and how this inner work transforms our everyday lives.
How to cultivate a healthy long-term friendship with ourselves. Learning to recognize the self-centered thought so it does not hinder this friendship.
Definition of compassion and the conditions we already have in place to cultivate it.
Response to a query from a SAFE student on how to have an optimistic mind when deepening our renunciation towards cyclic existence.
Venerable Thubten Jigme describes her experience celebrating “Buddha Day” with the inmates at Coyote Ridge Correctional Center in Connell, Washington.