Venerable Chodron discusses the Buddhist perspective on happiness, compassion and becoming the person you want to be.
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To develop compassion, we want to nurture beneficial and realistic ways of thinking and avoid counterproductive thinking.
Covering Verses 3.11-3.17 and encouraging us to dedicate our body, merit, and resources to the welfare of others and directly challenge the self-centered mind
Giving commentary to Verses 1-11 of Chapter 3, covering the limbs of rejoicing, requesting teachings, requesting teachers to remain, and dedication of merit
“In the blink of an eye, everything can change.” A student examines how this truth affects his relationships.
How to bring the essence of bodhisattva practice to daily life situations and relationships. Looking at problems as opportunities to develop inner resources.
Covering Verses 57-65 and finishes the commentary on the four opponent powers of purification and urges us to make the most of our precious human life
An explanation of verses 1-4. How to reflect on the verses and apply them to daily life.
Covering the section “Constructive Actions” and beginning the section “The Weight of Karma”.
Continuing the commentary on Chapter 2, Verses 42-57: covering generating regret for negativities and seeking protection in the Buddhas and bodhisattvas.