Developing love and compassion, steps four and five of the seven-point instruction to cultivate altruism, and what it means to have compassion for your self.
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Venerable Thubten Jampa reviews the sections in Chapter 3 covering mental states and situations that are difficult and explores methods work though them.
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads a review of the section “Cultivating Love and Compassion” from Chapter 3.
How to reflect on the first three steps of the seven-point instruction to recognize the kindness of others and arouse the wish to repay their kindness.
When we can listen to others and open our mind to the fact that others have different views and ideas we can move toward harmony.
Poetry from inside a state prison.
How thought transformation practices can be used to transform problems into something useful and beneficial.
Equanimity, a mind free from bias and indifference, is important in order to have the kind of love and compassion that extends to all beings equally.
A prison volunteer finds respite from the daily struggle.
Continuing Chapter 8 “A Systematic Approach,” covering the sections “The Four Truths and Three Levels of Practitioners” and “More Than One Approach.”