A student searches for peace after the death of her child.
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A Dharma student realizes that his attachments are the cause of his suffering.
Refuting inherently existent feelings of pleasure and objects of pleasure. Pleasure and happiness exist conventionally but not ultimately.
The role of mindfulness and introspective awareness in helping us work with our disturbing emotions.
The antidotes to the six root afflictions, the sequence in which they arise, and the six triggers that cause the afflictions to manifest in our mind.
We will take the mental habits we cultivate now into our old age, so it would be wise for us to cultivate forgiveness, kindness and compassion now.
Continued explanation of the root afflictions, the cause of our unsatisfactory experiences. Outline of the five branches of afflcitive views.
Venerable Thubten Chodron begins the annual program for young adults by explaining the Buddhist theory of the mind and perception.
The first three of the six root afflictions that disturb the mind and lead to negative actions. A look at their various forms and the antidotes.
A student reflects on how quickly she is willing to give advice, even when unsolicited. In a poem she considers the ego that has no boundaries.