When disturbing emotions arise we have a choice. The Buddhist teachings offer practical methods to change counterproductive, habitual emotional responses.
Author Archive | Venerable Sangye Khadro
Having compassion for ourselves by not following the disturbing emotions.
Venerable Sangye Khadro shares how painful it is to receive and give harsh words, and gives us tools to stop this bad habit.
Venerable Sangye Khadro teaches on facsimiles of direct perceivers and inferential cognizers.
A warning against procuring reward and respect by means of flattery, hinting, or coercion.
Venerable Sangye Khadro covering the division of prime and non-prime cognizers, and direct perceivers.
Being careful, carefully examining our motivation before mentioning the faults of others.
Venerable Sangye Khadro talks about being authentic, which is to look at our errors, and do something about them.
Venerable Sangye Khadro continues with Verse 30 of the “37 Practices of Bodhisattvas,” discussing the perfection of wisdom.
Venerable Sangye Khadro covers the definition of awareness and the divisions of awareness into sense vs. mental consciousnesses and perceptions vs. conception.