How Lama Tsongkhapa’s teachings help to clarify misconceptions about compassion and why ethical conduct is important in developing compassion and bodhicitta.
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Anger is one of the afflictions causing us to revolve in samsara. A commentary on the variations of anger and how to subdue it.
Contemplating the kindness of others promotes a feeling of being connected and establishes a firm foundation for developing love and compassion.
An explanation of the seven-limb prayer in the Medicine Buddha sadhana.
Investigating our own experience to see the disadvantages of clinging attachment and develop love and compassion based on equanimity.
How to make preparing food and eating part of a spiritual practice that leads to greater kindness, compassion, and wisdom.
How meditating on the kindness of others dispels feelings of separation from others and makes it easier to develop loving kindness.
Dan Harris interviews Venerable Chodron for the Ten Percent Happier podcast. They talk about motivation, becoming a nun, and expanding compassion.
Equalizing ourselves and others means recognizing that others wish for joy and freedom from misery is just as strong and equally important as our own.
Continuing Chapter 12, covering the sections “Using Diverse Methods to Benefit Others” and “Engaged Buddhism and Political Involvement.