We can have equal care and concern for everyone simply because they exist, simply because they are beings who want happiness and don’t want suffering.
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How the Pali and Sanskrit traditions present the four immeasurable attitudes and how to practice them to develop these qualities.
Practicar los cuatro inconmensurables enriquece nuestra relación con los demás.
What it means to cultivate immeasurable equanimity, love, compassion, and joy. How to expand our minds and care for others equally, without bias.
What we get jealous about, what we do when we get jealous, and how to practice rejoicing as an antidote.
Developing love for all sentient beings, cultivating gratitude, and a discussion about karma.
What it means to be happy, practicing contentment, and practicing generosity with wisdom.
Practicing equanimity with those we dislike, cultivating kindness in everyday life, and what it means to forgive.
The meaning of immeasurable equanimity and love and the significance of the word “all” when we generate the four immeasurables towards all sentient beings.