Nagarjuna’s advice to a king on creating the collections of merit and wisdom is relevant for contemporary leaders as well as individual practitioners.
Archive | March, 2016
The last three points of the nine-point meditation on equalizing ourselves and others, which are from the perspective of the ultimate level.
Seeing the kindness of people all around us and appreciating that kindness.
A review of the four general principles of karma and the four parts of a complete karmic action.
Creating the two collections—merit and wisdom—by abandoning the three poisons and practicing the three roots of virtue.
The second method for generating bodhichitta, equalizing and exchanging self and others.
At the request of Venerable Lobsang Tenpa and Friends of Sravasti Abbey Russia, Venerable Chodron composed this prayer to Tara.
Написано бхикшуни Тубтен Чодрон в марте 2016 по просьбе дост. Лобсанга Тенпы и Друзей Аббатства Шравасти в России.
The conclusion of the teaching on the seven-point-cause-and-effect method and a clear explanation of the meaning of the great resolve and bodhicitta.
What makes karma certain or uncertain to be experienced. The factors that influence when karma will ripen—this, next, or future lives.