In the modern age, technology enables more ways to engage in the ten paths of non-virtue. We can use the Dharma to avoid such negativities and practice virtue.
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Karmic results are happening all the time in our life and all the time we are creating actions that are going to bring future results.
Questions to review our understanding of the most recent talks on Nagarjuna’s “Precious Garland of Advice for a King.”
Completion of the commentary on the 57 faults to be abandoned including how to meditate on them to strengthen the antidotes to them.
Continued commentary on the 57 faults to be abandoned including the varieties of attachment.
The verses of “The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas” describe practices to transform the way we think and how we act toward others.
Continued commentary on the auxiliary mental afflictions to be abandoned, focusing on the seven types of pride.
By identifying the mental afflictions and how they harm others and ourselves we will be motivated to apply the antidotes to subdue them.
The 37 harmonies continued with explanation of the seven factors of enlightenment and the eightfold noble path. Practicing the eightfold path in daily life.
Venerable Thubten Jampa shares the many ways that Westerners can practice ethics in their daily lives.