A compassionate response to the difficulties both caused and experienced by inmate L. B.
Archive | April, 2005
Looking at everyday phenomena in terms of emptiness and dependent arising and how changing how we relate to them transforms our experience.
The three principal causes for taking refuge—a sense of caution, a sense of confidence, and compassion. Developing bodhicitta, the altruistic intention.
Cultivating relationships with spiritual teachers and the many ways we misunderstand what it means to rely on them.
Realizing our full potential by recognizing others’ great kindness and purifying the mind of the obscurations that inhibit our spiritual growth.
Understanding karma as a way to make our lives meaningful.
Ever feel like a prisoner? During a meditation for people who work with inmates, we discover surprising similarities that are useful to all.
The experience of growing up in a Jewish family in Southern California and realizing spiritual life as a Buddhist nun.
Realising what true happiness is and following the path of the Dharma.
Being mindful of our speech so as to prevent ourselves from harming others.