How cultivating compassion and living ethically create the foundation for a happy life.
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Commentary on “The Eight Verses of Thought Transformation”. How to use them to practice in daily life, especially in difficult situations.
How to integrate “The Eight Verses of Thought Transformation” into our meditation.
A steady, sustained Dharma practice through good and bad times is the fuel for spiritual growth. How meditating on compassion helps sustain daily practice.
The Ten Great Vows, based on great compassion, were written by Vasubandhu in the 4th century.
As with learning any new skill or habit, it takes purposeful effort to establish compassionate habits. Eventually it becomes effortless.
An incarcerated person describes the disruption caused by a fight in the prison yard.
A student struggles with being hurt by the ingratitude of others. Venerable Chodron suggests meditating on one of “The Eight Verses of Mind Training.”
Covering the sections in Chapter 7 “Cultivating a Compassionate Intention” and “Mind Training.”
Study guide to the book Open Heart, Clear Mind, a foundational and profound introduction to the Buddha’s teachings.