Karma and its effects explains the link between actions and experiences. By changing our mental states and actions we have the power to change our experiences.
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The more we can develop compassion and fortitude, the more resistant we are to anger.
Venerable Thubten Jigme reviews questions on working with attachment especially to intoxicants and the body, and on how to give fearlessness to others.
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads a review on Quiz 7 questions 4-7, on the qualities we look out for in good friends and strive to cultivate ourselves.
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads a review on the four ways of gathering disciples and truthful speech.
How the 57 faults manifest in daily life, and practicing each of the six perfections in relation to the others.
A summary of the six perfections and compassion.
How to apply Dharma principles to daily life situations and decisions common to young people.
The teachings on karma show that we are in the process of creating our future experiences so we have alot of power to create the future we want to have.
Commentary on selected verses from the thought training poem “The Wheel of Sharp Weapons” from the book “Good Karma”.