A reflection on becoming more present, thankful, and mindful in the things we’re doing and experiencing right now rather than getting lost in daydreams.
Archive | January, 2015
How the book “Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions” differs from other books about the various Buddhist traditions.
Developing equanimity means changing our view of others and how we categorize them as friend, difficult person, or stranger.
Refuting the inherent existence of phenomena by seeing they cannot be inherently one or many.
An explanation of the meaning and purpose of the seed syllables. What to contemplate as we do the various visualizations in the Manjushri sadhana.
A summary of the book launch and signing event for the book Living with an Open Heart at Poh Ming Tse Temple in Singapore.
Developing equal care and concern for others sets the foundation for cultivating bodhicitta.
How our spiritual goals can be divided into the aspirations to attain high status and definite goodness, and the relationship between the two.
Anxiety about the state of the world can be eased by reflecting on the kindness in the world and maintaining a balanced view.
Seeing our afflictions as mere mind moments that have a similar “flavor” to which we then give a label. They are not inherently existent.