Reducing attachment to the body and examining ways we can be of benefit to those who are dying.
Archive | May, 2010
An explanation of the meaning and purpose of the Namo Amitabha practice that is done at Sravasti Abbey.
What happens after we die and looking at our attachment to the body, starting to question what is ours about our bodies.
A short explanation of the Amitabha Buddha practice followed by suggestions on dealing with our own death and practicing the five forces during life.
An explanation and recording of the Paying Homage and Bowing to the Buddha practice that is done at Sravasti Abbey.
The nine-point death meditation and the importance of practicing the Dharma now as a means of preparing for death.
Ignoring the reality of death is often the norm, but there are benefits to contemplating death, and disadvantages to ignoring death.
Selflessness of persons: how to investigate if the self is inherently one with the aggregates.
The first two of the five hindrances to concentration. How sensual desire and malice/ill will are related and the various antidotes to these hindrances.
A man released from prison rediscovers freedom.