What to do after completing the workshop and a dedication of merit including a recitation of the “King of Prayers.”
Archive | October, 2006
Where to go when we have a Dharma questions and some practical practice advice.
What it means to apologize and how to make and receive apologies, what forgiveness is and what it means to forgive.
Considering our patterns of anger, what we get angry about and why. Are we being realistic when we get angry? What patience means.
Brief instructions and a guided meditation on Green Tara incorporating the four opponent powers.
A workshop conducted at Tai Pei Buddhist Center in Singapore in 2006. Describing who Tara is and why we do the practice.
Changing relationships can begin with kindness in action, speech and thought.
The importance of keeping an awareness of death in order to focus our minds, consider what’s important in life, and encourage us to do purification practices.
Looking at what makes life meaningful followed by a continuation of the text. These verses focus on confession and purification.
Examining our motivations, considering why we face the same problems repeatedly, and the antidotes to our self-preoccupation.