When we spend our time and energy moving between extremes, we are unable to step back and see things as they really are.
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A nun visits a correctional facility for the first time in order to participate in a Buddha Day ceremony.
If we can see situations more accurately, we won’t have unrealistic expectations and we can start to transform how we relate to them.
Bodhicitta—the aspiration for awakening for the benefit of all sentient beings—is the most noble intention we can have. Compassion is one of its chief causes.
The conventional and ultimate nature of the mind. How phenomena exist in relationship to the mind. By opting out of anger and grudges one finds more peace.
Examining emotions and steering the mind in a good direction. The Buddhist view of the mind and it’s relationship to the body.
Our lives, beset by chaos, can still give form to love. A student considers the way this can happen.
A student offers techniques on how to replace anger with compassion.
The origins of complaining. How to reflect on the kindness of others to counteract the complaining mind and develop more beneficial ways of interacting.
How to apply the mind training teachings in a practical way to transform adverse circumstances into the path and respond in a calm and compassionate way.