Our happiness and suffering are based on our habitual ways of thinking and on how we respond to circumstances.
Archive | April, 2014
Thoughts on developing equanimity and overcoming obstacles to doing so.
What prevents and what would help us to develop equanimity. Looking at our own needs realistically.
Learning how to change our habitual reactions and mental states and how to interact with others in a more clear, constructive, and beneficial way.
Advice on how to meditate on the verses followed by an examination of the results of karma and how to change our habits.
Examining our motivations for harsh or unkind speech, looking at ways to cultivate different habits of speech and finding clear ways to communicate.
One of the destructive actions of speech: harsh words.
The role of self-grasping ignorance, anger, and attachment in our relationships with others.
Changing our habitual patterns through repeated practice, we can transform the most unpleasant circumstances into opportunities to practice compassion.
The meaning of forgiveness, how to let go of our anger and transform a painful situation.