Engaging in the Bodhisattva's Deeds

Shantideva's well-loved guide on how to become a bodhisattva, taught extensively in the Tibetan tradition.

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The sangha poses with Rinpoche. Ven. Semkye, Ven. Chodron, Kensur Wangdak Rinpoche, Ven. Tsenla (translator), Ven. Tharpa.
Teachings by Khensur Wangdak Rinpoche

Kindness and the benefits of engaged bodhicitta

An analysis to see that all sentient beings have been one's mothers. Reasons to generate…

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Shantideva Teachings in Singapore

Chapter 3: Verses 1-3

Developing love and compassion in a reasonable way. The importance of purification and creating of…

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Shantideva Teachings in Singapore

Chapter 3: Verses 4-10

How the self-centered attitude obstructs our happiness. How and why we request teachings and how…

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Shantideva Teachings in Singapore

Chapter 3: Verses 10-20

How to look at our experiences of hurt or betrayal from a Dharma point of…

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Shantideva Teachings in Singapore

Chapter 3: Verses 22-33

Seeing the kindness of others and having the attitude that sees others in beauty. Adopting…

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Shantideva Teachings in Singapore

Chapter 4: Verses 17-26

Transforming our motivation for daily life and the importance of creating virtue while we have…

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 1-7

A teaching on the harmfulness of anger and hatred; tracing the arising of anger.

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 8-21

An explanation of anger as an enemy and the special quality of patience. Teaching the…

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 22-31

Grasping at a self that doesn't exist; one's own egotistic view is one's real enemy.

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 31-45

Contemplating precious human life and the third kind of patience—the patience of not retaliating

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