How subduing the eight worldly concerns is the first step in living a spiritual or Dharma life.
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Covers Verses 46-54 of Chapter 5 discussing skilful ways to act when afflictions arise
Continuing teaching from Chapter 3, explaining four types of clinging, what is anger and how it functions.
Covering Verses 5.34-45, discussing how we can use mindfulness and introspection to assess how we move through space and impact others with our body and speech
Covering Verses 31-35 of Chapter 5, discussing how mindfulness and introspection arise, and how to use them to monitor our actions of body, speech and mind
Continuing Chapter 2, covering the sections “Three Types of Duhkha”, “Feelings, Afflictions and Duhkha”, and “Six Disadvantages of Cyclic Existence”.
Cómo crear armonía y felicidad con nuestras palabras.
Covering Verses 19-30 of Chapter 5, discussing the reasons we must guard our mind and how the mental factors of mindfulness and introspective awareness help us
Covering Verses 14-18 of Chapter 5 ‘Guarding Introspection,’ discussing the perfections of joyous effort, concentration, and wisdom
Covering Verses 11 – 13 of Chapter 5, discussing the perfections of generosity, ethical conduct, and fortitude