How to practice right livelihood as monastics and laypeople.
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How each one of us has the potential to change how we think, hence situations of pain or unsatisfactory conditions can be experienced differently.
The four aspects of the first truth, the truth of dukkha. How we are stuck in afflictions, not turning to Dharma or thinking about liberation.
Examining where our heart of compassion gets blocked and explanation of the Buddhist perspective on whether there is a self.
An overview of how we can strive to benefit ourselves and others in the long term and why it is important to understand our situation in cyclic existence.
A response to a student’s question on what to do if one’s loved ones are engaged in a harmful livelihood.
The 16 aspects of the four noble truths in the Pali tradition, focusing on the fourth noble truth of true paths.
The remaining eight aspects of the third and fourth noble truths of true cessations and true paths.
An overview of the 16 aspects of the four noble truths, and the first eight points related to the first and second noble truths.
How to work with feelings of attachment and desire as a monastic, not getting down on oneself when the feelings arise but learning to work through them.