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Venerable Chodron's travel teaching schedule from November to December 2019.
Teaching from the last two sections of Chapter 9, on memorization, debate, and role models.
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.
What it means to integrate spirituality with work including our motivation to work, keeping ethical principles, and relating to co-workers in a positive way.
How to make preparing food and eating part of a spiritual practice that leads to greater kindness, compassion, and wisdom.
Relating Buddhist teaching and practice to issues faced by teens and parents—becoming the person you want to be, relationships, the internet and social media.
Dan Harris interviews Venerable Chodron for the Ten Percent Happier podcast, they talk about motivation, becoming a nun, and expanding compassion.
How short daily reflections can help cultivate a positive motivation and bring spiritual practice into everyday life. Book reading with commentary.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Nov 22, 2019 in Approaching the Buddhist Path, Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Finishing Chapter 12 and concluding teaching “Approaching the Buddhist Path.”
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Nov 21, 2019 in Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate
Leading the class in a final review of debate strategies discussed in Chapter 24.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Nov 15, 2019 in Approaching the Buddhist Path, Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Covering the sections in Chapter 12, “Science” and “Gender Equality.”
By Venerable Thubten Tarpa on Nov 14, 2019 in Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads a review of the section in Chapter 24 “When a Person Seems to Be Speaking of Two Phenomena as if They Were Three Possibilities.”
Equalizing ourselves and others means recognizing that others wish for joy and freedom from misery is just as strong and equally important as our own.