Beginning a commentary to Geshe Langri Tangpa’s “Eight Verses of Thought Transformation,” the importance of developing a bodhicitta motivation.
Series: Eight Verses of Thought Transformation (BBCorner Series)
Working on our anger and our judgmental minds in order to be able to see other beings as wish-fulfilling jewels.
The second verse of the “Eight Verses of Thought Transformation,” in connection with the developments of the Kavanaugh hearing.
Encouraging us to be mindful of the afflictions playing in the background of our mind.
Bringing our attention to the role of intoxicants in the allegations against Judge Kavanaugh.
How the body and mind give us clues when afflictions are at play.
Comparing the changes of the weather to our mood swings.
How when afflictions arise, we often don’t discern them as harmful.
How we should be fearful of our afflictions and polluted karma, not other people.
Reflecting on why we are triggered when someone is overwhelmed by negative energy or intense suffering.