How to integrate “The Eight Verses of Thought Transformation” into our meditation.
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The Ten Great Vows, based on great compassion, were written by Vasubandhu in the 4th century.
A student struggles with being hurt by the ingratitude of others. Venerable Chodron suggests meditating on one of “The Eight Verses of Mind Training.”
A commentary on the eight verses and how they can change our perspective—how we see ourselves and others and deal with difficult situations.
A commentary on Chandrakirti’s text explaining three kinds of compassion, and how compassion is the seed, the water and the ripened harvest of Dharma practice.
Having compassion for ourselves by not following the disturbing emotions.
The joy of living in the Dharma. The importance of bodhicitta and how it helps getting through difficulties and hardships.
Venerable Sangye Khadro shares how painful it is to receive and give harsh words, and gives us tools to stop this bad habit.
A warning against procuring reward and respect by means of flattery, hinting, or coercion.
Being careful, carefully examining our motivation before mentioning the faults of others.