Dharma bliss and where the seed syllable meditation fits into our Dharma practice. Bodhisattva precepts and the four reliances.
Archive | January, 2012
Presentation of the four branches of complete karmic actions, beginning with two non-virtues of the body—killing and stealing.
Using the four opponent powers to purify negative actions during daily activities.
A reminder of the preciousness of the opportunity to do retreat followed by a continuation of the teachings on the bodhisattva vows.
Six methods of applying remedial action to counteract our non-virtuous deeds.
Explanation of the bodhisattva precepts which concern holding wrong views, demolishing people’s habitats, and teaching emptiness to people who are unprepared.
The third of the four opponent powers, the power of remedial action, is the actual antidote to our negative actions.
Beginning to see that all negative actions, the afflictions, and their results arise from causes and conditions allows us to generate deep and genuine regret.
The precepts concerning denying that the Buddha’s teachings are truly so, causing monastics to disrobe, and committing the five heinous actions.
Examining our motivations through mindfulness and introspective awareness helps generate regret.