Old habitual reactions can be transformed by turning towards our practice.
Archive | August, 2012
Reflections on a Time Magazine article on how more U.S. soldiers have died by suicide than in the Afghan war.
What comprises the primary mind and mental factors that govern our actions and experience.
When people show respect to you as a monastic, consider that they are bowing to the Buddha at your heart.
To implode our field of attachment and aversion while expanding our field of love and compassion. Cherishing ourselves in a proper way.
Cultivating equanimity towards people whose political views we disagree with.
With Buddhism going global, different cultures and values might influence how we apply the precepts to modern life.
Buddha’s reasons for establishing a four-fold sangha and the benefits of monastic community living.
Summary of division of selfless related to appearances that we can perceive through senses and mental consciousness.
Considering how a monastic life style can be a powerful method helping to subdue afflictions.