Whether or not to engage in a ngondro practice, remembering that transforming our minds is the central purpose of our Dharma practice.
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How transforming our minds is the central purpose of our Dharma practice.
Why the best conduct is at variance with the mundane world.
How self-grasping lies at the root of violence in America, and why realizing emptiness can be our greatest contribution to peace.
Investigating just who we think we are.
Why understanding that all phenomena are dependent arisings and empty of inherent existence is the best antidote to our afflictions.
A different perspective on the teaching to observe our minds, in terms of applying the teachings to our personal experience.
How to pay attention to our different mental states and whether they are in line with our values, instead of criticizing others or living on automatic.
The ways we can attack our self-centered thought.
The last three points of the nine-point meditation on equalizing ourselves and others, which are from the perspective of the ultimate level.