The first verse of the First Dalai Lama’s poem on the “Eight Dangers.”
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Response to a student’s request for re-visiting a previous conference talk she gave on healing after the suicide of a loved one.
Teaching the auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints, covering those related to the far-reaching practice of fortitude.
The final verses of Nagarjuna’s “Precious Garland,” summarizing his advice to all of us on how to live in line with the Dharma.
The first of two talks based on Nagarjuna’s Precious Garland of Advice for a King given at Maitripa College in Portland, Oregon.
Advice and discussion about governing and leadership, Buddhist activism, and compassion towards prisoners.
Creating a peaceful society starts with changing our own heart and mind. It starts inside and spreads outward to others, supporting others in creating peace.
Explanation of the qualities by which one can identify a suitable spiritual mentor, and how to relate to them after establishing a teacher-student relationship.
Teaching on the compatibility of dependent arising and emptiness.
Teaching on how everything depends on thought, and an explanation of the analogy of the rope and the snake that is often used to explain emptiness.