Working with the mind at the time of death and how to use an awareness of death in daily life to counteract afflictions.
Archive | May, 2013
Preparing our family for our death, living wills and notifying them of spiritual commitments and prayers to do for us.
The unsatisfactory nature of the pleasures of cyclic existence and how they cannot bring real, lasting happiness.
We can generate forgiveness and compassion for those who harm ourselves or others. Forgiveness does not mean we approve of the actions.
A personal account of the 19th Annual Western Buddhist Monastic Gathering.
A teaching on the difference between conventional and ultimate analysis of objects in order to establish their emptiness of inherent existence.
Progress on the revival of Mūlasarvāstivāda bhikṣuṇī ordination.
Teaching on the three types of dependence and how to analyze the way phenomena and persons exist in dependence on parts and thought.
Teaching the method side of the path, reflecting on how we are completely dependent on the kindness of others can deepen our understanding of emptiness.
Explaining the three ways of seeing objects. Showing how impermanent phenomena depend on each other and don’t exist in and of themselves.