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How eating and activities related to it—preparing food, offering and consuming it, and cleaning up—can wake us up and increase our kindness and care for others.
Venerable Thubten Lamsel reports on the 24th annual monastic gathering, which took place at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in October 2018.
Venerable Chodron's travel teaching schedule from November to December 2018.
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
The student tries paths of light and of darkness before discovering the middle way.
By Venerable Thubten Jigme on Nov 30, 2018 in Approaching the Buddhist Path, Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Venerable Thubten Jigme leads a review on the nature of mind and leads meditations on its conventional and ultimate nature.
There are many ways that we can meet our needs in this life. Some are more in accord with the Dharma than others.
By Venerable Tenzin Tsepal on Nov 29, 2018 in Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal reviews the sections in Chapter 10 on Internal Matter, Consciousness, Mental Consciousness and Sense Consciousnesses.
How jealousy causes emotional pain and problems in relationships. Applying antidotes to overcome jealousy and rejoice the good fortune of others.
Recognizing the harmfulness of anger. Training the mind to see situations in a different way to work with anger. Using antidotes to work with criticism.
When we understand karma we understand the importance of setting our motivation and making thoughtful decisions.
By cultivating broad-minded compassion we can react in a compassionate way to other living beings in everyday situations.
By Venerable Thubten Tarpa on Nov 23, 2018 in Approaching the Buddhist Path, Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads an interactive review of pages 11-15 of “Approaching the Buddhist Path.”
The role of the sangha in preserving and spreading the Dharma. The relationship of the monastic and lay communities. The vision for the Abbey’s future.