The first teaching on the 46 auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints, covering the first six which help us in our practice of far-reaching generosity.
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Teaching the “Twenty-Verse Prayer,” focusing on verses of aspiration and dedication for self and others.
A look at the western psychological perspective on compassion and how it relates to the Buddhist world view.
Venerable Thubten Tsultrim reviews equalizing and exchanging self with others.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi reviews the infinite merit required to attain the Buddha’s bodies and the different classifications of buddha bodies.
Imagining taking on all the suffering of others in order to destroy our own self-centred attitude, creating the space to be able to give expansively to others.
How to fit the practice of equanimity into our daily lives, and outlining the taking-and-giving meditation.
Exploring the meditation on the kindness of others, and various obstacles to compassion, including the mind of discouragement and unrealistic expectations.
A meditation on equanimity, in which we imagine those whom we currently find challenging in an entirely different and expansive light.
How to take responsibility for cultivating compassion in our own lives.