Purification is the essential practice to establish a base for a good life. There are concrete actions that help to overcome negativity.
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Developing a long-term perspective helps us gain clarity about the results of our actions.
Particular factors are helpful for Dharma study and practice. Some of them are possibly influenceable through our actions.
Differentiating between types of actions, intentions, and consequences and understanding the differences.
Looking at karma within the three levels of motivation on the path, and describing karma in terms of throwing, completing, definite and indefinite karma.
Describing the results of positive karma based on the the intensity of the action, the manner in which it is done, the basis, and to whom the action is directed
There are different things that determinate our options, but we have the opportunity to take responsibility, to make a choice, and to influence the future.
Looking at karma in terms of the positive actions and results, and a discussion of the value of taking and keeping precepts and rejoicing in others.
Instructions for meditation on karma and the ten destructive actions, thinking about the causes of our own situation and experiences.
A look at how karma ripens, the maturation result, results similar to the cause, and the environmental results, in terms of each of the 10 non-virtues.