Equalizing ourselves and others means recognizing that others wish for joy and freedom from misery is just as strong and equally important as our own.
Author Archive | Venerable Thubten Chodron
Is the word ego, as we commonly use it, the same as self-grasping ignorance? Venerable Chodron examines how we should think about “ego.”
A palavra ego, como costumamos usá-la, é o mesmo que a ignorância do auto-agarramento? A Venerável Chodron examina como devemos pensar sobre o “ego”.
Beginning Chapter 12 “Working in the World,” covering the sections “Good Health and Dealing with Illness and Injury” and “Maintaining a Positive Attitude.”
Beginning Chapter 24 “Strategies in Debate.”
Finishing Chapter 11, by covering the sections “Willingness to Undergo Hardship,” “Keeping a Happy Mind,” “Realized Beings,” and “What I Have Learned in Life.”
Reviewing the last two sections in Chapter 23 – “The Opening Volleys” and “Reviewing the Defender’s Answers, then beginning Chapter 24 “Strategies in Debate.”
Venerable Chodron’s travel teaching schedule from November to December 2019.
Covering the sections “Gradual Progress” and “Cultivating Bodhicitta” from Chapter 11, where the Dalai Lama discusses his daily approach to practice.
The Abbot of Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala explains how precepts contribute to the attainment of pure morality.