Why the best ethical conduct is a tranquil mind.
Tag Archives | Tibetan Buddhism
Venerable Thubten Chodron reports on the 22nd annual monastic gathering, which took place at Land of Medicine Buddha in October 2016.
How to work with our possessiveness towards what we consider to be “mine.”
Craving and clinging in the 12 links of dependent origination and how they arise at the time of death.
A look at the objects we can get attached too, especially our wrong views.
The types of attachment that arise and how to work with them.
Why the best sign of higher attainment is not mystical and magical, but the reduction of our attachment.
Photos of the first batch of Geshemas from Jangchub Choeling Nunnery, wearing the yellow dongka (vest) and the yellows hats.
Whether or not to engage in a ngondro practice, remembering that transforming our minds is the central purpose of our Dharma practice.
How transforming our minds is the central purpose of our Dharma practice.