Talking about the two truths, how we feel we exist, and meditating on emptiness using the four-point analysis. Putting these teachings into practice.
Archive | September, 2006
An inmate makes use of the tonglen practice while participating in the retreat from afar.
Examining how karma is not inherently existent, many causes and conditions the are involved to bring results, nothing is fixed and rigid.
Changing the world by working on one moment, one thought, one emotion at a time.
A group created at the request of H.H. the Dalai Lama to research how to bring the bhikshuni ordination into the Tibetan tradition.
Everything is empty of inherent existence, but karma still functions. Actions bring results because they are empty of inherent existence.
How to overcome our own worst enemy and progress spiritually.
The need for cultivating a relationship with a qualified spiritual teacher and the importance of becoming a qualified student with a sincere intention.
The underlying meaning and purpose for being alive and what is important at the time of death.
Role of belief in rebirth and karma for practice and progress on the path.