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By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jan 29, 2006 in 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas, Vajrasattva Retreat 2005-2006
Humility; enemies are created by anger; learning to slowly chip away at our -o’holic mind.
An inmate keeps a journal of a program in which inmates and victims learn, grow, and heal together.
Bowing to anyone who creates merit and practices good conduct; a look at what hell realms and spirits really are; no break from samsara, no break from practice.
Changing our mind to treat our daily activities as offering service and creating positive causes.
How to open up one’s heart and guide oneself on the path.
Taking refuge when something strange comes in the mind; how wonderful to be able to serve the Dharma; saying it’s good when something bad happens.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jan 15, 2006 in 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas, Vajrasattva Retreat 2005-2006
Recognizing the kindness of all beings, our mothers, and taking our difficult experiences as tools to challenge self-centeredness and focus on others.
An inmate relates how he gradually overcame his fear while in prison.
How to get to the appropriate feeling towards death; examining who it is that’s making decisions, acting, etc.; a look at the sadhana.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jan 7, 2006 in 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas, Vajrasattva Retreat 2005-2006
The relationship with our spiritual mentor is the most important one in our life. An explanation of the 37 practices.