Covering Verses 8-14 of Chapter 6, discussing the benefits of meditating on duhkha (suffering) and the benefits of going through difficulties
A student uses her Dharma practice to face adversity, and then uses that same adversity to strengthen her Dharma practice.
Teachings by the Dalai Lama on the complete path to awakening. A comprehensive series for new and experienced students. Coauthored with Thubten Chodron.
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
Covering Verses 26-32 of Chapter 6, presenting Buddhist refutations of a primal substance and the belief in an independent self
How to identify our feelings and look at the role they play in communicating and connecting with others.
A guided meditation on developing compassion for friends, strangers, and those who create harm.
Covering Verses 19-25 of Chapter 6, sharing ways to lessen our anger by viewing others’ actions as the results of causes and conditions
Covering Verses 14-19 of Chapter 6, discussing how we can strengthen our mind so it is not easily overcome by suffering
Completing Chapter 4, describing how to use afflictions to overcome afflictions and seeing afflictions as our enemy and courageously counteracting them.
Covering Verses 7-10 of Chapter 6, describing the evolution of how anger enters the mind, based on mental unhappiness
In a time of uncertainty, letting our minds relax can be of benefit to ourselves and to others.
How to bring compassion to our communication and how to look at situations objectively without assumptions.
A guided analytical meditation to cultivate compassion for those we have difficulty with or who cause problems.