Forgetting the object of meditation as an obstacle to calm abiding and mindfulness as its antidote.
Archive | February, 1994
Continuing to look at objects of calm-abiding meditation and the first of the five deterrents: laziness and its antidotes.
Examining the various objects of calm abiding meditation taught by the Buddha.
Establishing the six conducive conditions for calm abiding meditation and advice on doing retreat.
Part 2 of Venerable Thubten Chodron’s explanation of the practice of Guru Yoga.
The four ways of gathering disciples, also know as the four ways to ripen others’ minds.
Introduction to the source of the teachings on calm abiding, its etymology, definition and explanation, and the Tibetan approach.
What it means for a spiritual mentor to ripen the mind of the sentient being.
Examining the three types of meditative stabilization and the four types of wisdom.