Mind training according to Chenrezig.
Eight Verses of Thought Transformation RSS feed for this section
Explaining different afflictive emotions and their respective antidotes. Using difficult people and situations for our practice.
Discussion on forgiving and apologizing. Seeing that cherishing others is the source of happiness and self-centeredness is the source of misery.
Our mind creates our experience of happiness or suffering based on how we interpret the objects we perceive. Reflecting on the kindness of others.
Acting with wisdom, learning to concede, and accepting personal responsibility for our actions.
The importance of taming our arrogance and catching our disturbing attitudes through mindfulness and introspective awareness.
Understanding the faults of the self-centered mind and the importance of bodhicitta in fulfilling our aspiration for buddhahood.
How to counteract the judgmental mind that over-emphasizes the faults of others.
What it means to work for the wellbeing and happiness of all sentient beings. Seeing the kindness of others and finding happiness within ourselves.
Seeing that there is no freedom when we take rebirth under ignorance, afflictions, and karma. How to see ourselves and the reality of our situation in samsara.