Venerable Thubten Chonyi gives a review of the four truths, focusing on the truth of duhkha, or unsatisfactoriness.
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How cultivating compassion is like engaging in a mental fitness program for the mind. What we feed our mind, what we attend to, shapes us and our experience.
The lifestyle of a Buddhist nun or monk is based on Buddhist values of compassion, service, and spiritual practice.
Venerable Chonyi examines some of the ways a friend can be of help when a family is facing loss.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi shares on her time away in India, and how the Dalai Lama’s four-point plan to preserve Buddhism has touched her heart.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi reviews the Statements of Pervasion section in Chapter 5 on “Two Kinds of Statements.”
Venerable Thubten Chonyi teaches on how to understand the ten paths of non-virtuous behavior and how to practice virtuous behavior in the modern context.
The story of Prince Siddhartha’s path from a sheltered existence inside the palace to a life of seeking liberation.
A look at the western psychological perspective on compassion and how it relates to the Buddhist world view.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi reviews the infinite merit required to attain the Buddha’s bodies and the different classifications of buddha bodies.