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Young Adults Explore Buddhism 2011

How to work with the afflictions while at the monastery and beyond.

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Abbey sangha with young adults waiting for Dharma teaching by Venerable Chodron
Young Adults Explore Buddhism 2011

Introduction to monastery life

Real spiritual practice is about transforming our minds and letting the teachings influence the way…

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Man with 2 heads scratching his heads
Young Adults Explore Buddhism 2011

Discussion on relationships

A look at how emotions arise from within ourselves. We are not responsible for others’…

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A blue sign with a green color potion in a bottle and the words: Potions for all Afflictions
Young Adults Explore Buddhism 2011

Antidotes to the afflictions

As children we were totally dependent on the kindness of others. Seeing that, we become…

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A paper with the wordings: In the end, only kindness matters, stick on window with raindrops.
Young Adults Explore Buddhism 2011

The kindness of others

Seeing kindness and repaying with a genuine wish to benefit. Give and let the giving…

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Portrait of a angry child
Young Adults Explore Buddhism 2011

Anger in the moment

The afflictions are not the nature of the mind. Anger is just a moment, and…

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