How we practice praising the buddhas and bodhisattvas by recollecting the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha.
Archive | February, 2009
The importance of giving feedback in a meaningful way.
The seven-point cause and effect technique for generating bodhicitta: the last five points.
The final discussion session of the retreat focuses on working with bad moods and being too hard on ourselves, as well as the benefits of community life.
How there is nothing from the side of another person that makes them attractive (or repulsive) to us.
How we practice both refuge and bodhicitta in order to learn to see the good qualities of sentient beings and the Three Jewels.
Seeing both parties in a conflict as on the same side of the table and facing the problem together, and other factors in relationships and conflict resolution.
Examining when we avoid conflict and why, when to accommodate, and the other types of conflict styles: controlling, compromising, and collaboration.
Understanding different conflict styles and how to use them. Considering the relationship, the issue, and our own integrity when dealing with conflict.
Remaining impartial, calm, and competent in the midst of dispute.