Explaining the four opponent powers of purification, and encouraging us to take responsibility for our actions in a way that frees us from guilt and anger.
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Introduction and explanation of the four opponent powers of purification.
Discussing the four opponent powers in the context of the Vajrasattva sadhana.
A psychological tool for self-forgiveness and making amends for our negative actions of body, speech, and mind.
Using the four opponent powers to purify negative actions during daily activities.
Finishing a short overview of the four opponent powers for purifying harmful actions, we look at the powers of reliance, determination, and remedial action.
An overview of the four opponent powers, the benefits of doing purification practice, and a look at first opponent power, the power of regret.
Concluding the exploration of the four opponent powers through study of Chapter 2 of Shantideva’s “The Way of the Bodhisattva.”
The importance of purifying negative karma and how to use the four opponent powers in order to do so.
Purification is the essential practice to establish a base for a good life. There are concrete actions that help to overcome negativity.