Commentary on verses for training the mind to transform how adverse circumstances are viewed and turn them into the path.
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The four immeasurables—love, compassion, joy and equanimity—present a way to relate to other living beings that is healthy and beneficial.
The more we familiarize ourselves with the four immeasurable thoughts—love, compassion, joy and equanimity—the more they will arise naturally and spontaneously.
Discussing Verses 11-16 on the importance of making ourselves into trustworthy people: in general and in the context of keeping our promise of bodhicitta
Reviewing Chapter 3 on bodhicitta and beginning Chapter 4 on conscientiousness, covering Verse 1.
In an interview with Dharma Drum, Venerable Chodron shares how she worked with anger before and after ordination.
Commentary on verses that cover the two methods of developing bodhicitta and how to transform adversity into the spiritual path.
Teaching on Verses 23-34 in Chapter 3 and discussing the amazing ability of bodhicitta to accomplish others’ welfare
Encouraging to create causes and conditions for us to benefit others in worldly and spiritual ways and covering verses on taking the bodhisattva ethical code