A review of the five hindrances and sharing of Master Zhiyi’s advice on cultivating balance in our body, speech, and mind.
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How to work with the hindrances of lethargy and sleepiness, agitation and remorse, and deluded doubt.
How to work with sensual desire and malice that are hindrances to cultivating concentration.
Teachings from a text by Chinese Master Zhiyi on the levels of conditions we need to do a retreat to develop serenity.
An overview of the causes and conditions we need to cultivate as the foundation for developing serenity.
Continuation on the ten paths of non-virtue as they relate to our modern age, focusing especially on the verbal non-virtues that are fostered online.
Beginning chapter four by teaching on how to use logic and reasoning to understand how categories of phenomena relate to each other.
How modern practitioners can understand the complexity of our modern context within the framework of the first three paths of nonvirtue.
Finishing Chapter Three, with advice for how to incorporate the Buddha’s teachings into our lives skillfully, without contradiction.
Advice on how to face anger and hatred with calm and creativity.