Benefits of cultivating faith and confidence in bodhisattvas who benefit innumerable sentient beings by skillful means.
Archive | August, 2014
A teaching on how to achieve long-lasting happiness followed by a commentary on how bodhisattvas actually teach sentient beings according to their dispositions.
Teachings on skillful means applied by the Buddha to benefit sentient beings and the great merit created by developing the mind of awakening: bodhicitta.
A reflection on the determination to be free of suffering: what role mindfulness of death plays in cultivating good qualities and abandoning nonvirtue.
Why the Buddha is a reliable source of refuge. The ultimate and conventional Buddha refuge. Explanation of the Buddha kayas or bodies and their qualities.
Part 2 of the second review of Chapter 8 of Aryadeva’s “400 Stanzas on the Middle Way.”
The six practices to prepare the mind and body for the meditation session and create conducive conditions for practice.
Part 1 of the second review of Chapter 8 of Aryadeva’s “400 Stanzas on the Middle Way.”
Because we’re in the realm of samsara, we can’t escape suffering. Only one thing will bring lasting change.
The qualities of the monastic mind and qualifications required to become a monastic.