Bob shares some of the practices (Dharma and other) that have benefited him throughout his life.
Tag Archives | compassion
One of Venerable Chodron’s long-time students contemplates acceptance and slowing down.
What it means to take refuge during the Nyung Ne practice. Answers to questions on the Chenrezig sadhana.
How the Buddha’s many discourses are not contradictory but show he was a skillful teacher giving an array of teachings all with the aim to lead us to awakening.
A commentary on Vasubandhu’s ten great resolves of a Bodhisattva. How reflecting on the resolves helps to develop the attitudes they describe.
The student tries paths of light and of darkness before discovering the middle way.
When we recognize how friends, strangers and even those we have difficulty with are kind to us a feeling of appreciation and caring arises.
How cultivating compassion is like engaging in a mental fitness program for the mind. What we feed our mind, what we attend to, shapes us and our experience.
By cultivating broad-minded compassion we can react in a compassionate way to other living beings in everyday situations.
How eating and activities related to it—preparing food, offering and consuming it, and cleaning up—can wake us up and increase our kindness and care for others.