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Reflecting on death helps to set priorities and let go of things that are not important.
Dan Harris interviews Venerable Chodron for the Ten Percent Happier podcast. They talk about motivation, becoming a nun, and expanding compassion.
The nine stages of sustained attention prior to developing serenity or calm abiding.
Excerpts from the book Awaken Every Day: 365 Buddhist Reflections to Invite Mindfulness and Joy
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
How to set up a practical meditation schedule, the karma we create from group participation, and conclusion of commentary on the 35 Buddha practice.
Continuing commentary on the 35 Buddha practice, discussing the varieties of ways we create negative karma.
How to overcome self-hatred and work with anger towards others, giving commentary to the 35 Buddha purification practice.
The meaning of the Vajrasattva mantra and teaching the ripening results of the 10 non-virtuous actions.
Taking advantage of our present situation Getting straight about virtue and nonvirtue Remembering and applying antidotes to the afflictions Working with anger:
The four general characteristics of karma: karma is certain, it expands, we only experience what we have created the causes for, karmic seeds don’t get lost.
The meaning of refuge, both worldly and spiritual.
Introduction and explanation of the four opponent powers of purification.
An introduction to the Vajrasattva Retreat. A guided meditation on Vajrasattva, and discussing some aspects of the visualization.
By Venerable Tenzin Tsepal on Dec 27, 2019 in Approaching the Buddhist Path, Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal reviews chapters 10 and 11 from the book “Approaching the Buddhist Path.”