Venerable Thubten Lamsel reviews pages 48-52, covering the topics of fear, anger and disillusionment.
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Happiness comes from internal transformation. How to use Buddhist teachings to change our own motivation and attitudes to benefit ourselves and others.
Bringing the mind in line with Amitabha’s way of thinking means cultivating an attitude that cherishes all living beings and generating love and compassion.
From a teaching by Venerable Chodron, an incarcerated person learns to train consistently to deal with difficult situations.
What it means to have confidence, and how to develop stable self-confidence through self-acceptance and self-awareness.
How jealousy causes emotional pain and problems in relationships. Applying antidotes to overcome jealousy and rejoice the good fortune of others.
Recognizing the harmfulness of anger. Training the mind to see situations in a different way to work with anger. Using antidotes to work with criticism.
When we understand karma we understand the importance of setting our motivation and making thoughtful decisions.
By cultivating broad-minded compassion we can react in a compassionate way to other living beings in everyday situations.
Covering the sections in Chapter 3 on anger, disillusionment, and the emotions and survival.